The security week that was: 10/01/10 (organized retail crime)

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In other news:
ADT moving to a new HQ, Stanley's scoreboard, India wants CCTV in hotels, more...

ADT will be moving to a new headquarters building in Boca Raton, Fla. The new facility will have ADT operations for North America, as well as SimplexGrinnell, ADT Latin America and some Tyco positions. Part of the HQ move can be credited to the acquisition of Broadview Security (formerly Brink’s Home Security). ... The Eiffel Tower was evacuated again on Tuesday due to a phoned-in bomb threat. That roughly coincides with the uncovering of plans for “Mumbai-style shooting sprees” that would be used to attack European cities. ... Stanley CSS unveiled a “scoreboard” of metrics that the firms commercial customers can use to manage their account. ... A shooting at an Omaha hospital left two police officers injured. The incident was believed to have been related to a domestic dispute. ... Indian authorities are calling for a greater use of video surveillance inside hotels.