The security week that was: 06/18/10 (ESX edition)

A weekly surveillance of the news shaping your profession

ESX 2010: The show is just getting started
(SD&I assistant editor Natalia Kosk blogs about Day 1 of the show)

ESX off with accolades
(SD&I editor Deborah O'Mara's report from the Weinstock and Jackson awards event)

Telular launches dealer program at ESX 2010
(New program for dealers looking for cellular communication for alarm systems)

CSAA recognizes the best staff members, central stations
(Doyle Security Systems named 2010 station of the year, plus other winners!)

CSAA gives thumbs up to Intertek's ETL listed central stations
(During ESX, the CSAA decided that ETL listed stations would be allowed as members)

Video verification strategies: Response and standards
(SIAC's take on what monitored video means for police response and why we need standards)

Video verification strategies: Bringing video into a central station
(Station managers and IT managers talk about what it takes to do video verification)

ESX 2010 recap
(SD&I magazine's Deborah O'Mara shares news and notes from the show floor)

ESX 2010 coverage part 2: Consumer-driven technology drives the show
(Natalia Kosk looks for the line between consumer and professional security products at ESX)