Locks and Door Hardware

Read: ASIS 2017 Spotlight on Securitron’s M680E Magnalock with EcoMag Technology

ASIS 2017 Spotlight on Securitron’s M680E Magnalock with EcoMag Technology

Securitron showcased its Magnalock with EcoMag technology offerings at ASIS 2017.

Read: ASIS 2017 Spotlight on HES’ Wireless Cabinet Lock

ASIS 2017 Spotlight on HES’ Wireless Cabinet Lock

HES showcased its advanced cabinet lock offerings at ASIS last week in Dallas.

Read: San Bernardino School Gets Security Improvements After Murder-Suicide

San Bernardino School Gets Security Improvements After Murder-Suicide

A murder-suicide that left a teacher and a student dead prompted security renovations at the North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, California.

Read: Shooting Prompts Security Changes at San Bernardino School

Shooting Prompts Security Changes at San Bernardino School

North Park Elementary school has revised its visitor policy and will install classroom locks.

Read: Alarm Lock Releases New Full Line Catalog

Alarm Lock Releases New Full Line Catalog

The catalog features additional solutions and second generation product lines.

Read: Adams Rite Digital Door Lock

Adams Rite Digital Door Lock

The lock provides access control via card reader or keypad and supports up to 40 credential cards.

Read: Campus Lockdown Solutions from NAPCO

Campus Lockdown Solutions from NAPCO

JJ Solorio of JJS Consulting demonstrates a new NAPCO lock designed to address lockdown challenges in schools.

Read: Q&A: How to Select the Right Lockdown Solution for Your Campus

Q&A: How to Select the Right Lockdown Solution for Your Campus

The Security Access-Control Vulnerability Index (SAVI) is a new self-audit tool from NAPCO that will help you assess what you need without the bias of any one company, consultant or sales person.

Read: 3 Benefits of Deploying Standardized Security Technologies on Campus

3 Benefits of Deploying Standardized Security Technologies on Campus

Campus environments that develop and implement strict, consistent specifications will improve safety and cut costs.

Read: Equipment Valued At $1.2M Stolen from Toronto Hospital

Equipment Valued At $1.2M Stolen from Toronto Hospital

The thieves stole medical equipment that allows doctors to examine the inside of a person’s stomach.

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