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SEP 2017

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people news calendar Elite Interactive Solutions expanded its executive team, hiring Liem Tran as its VP of finance. Tran will be tasked with manag- ing the company's day-to-day finances and accounting operations. Tran has more than 15 years of execu- tive leadership and financial management in manufacturing, clean energy, and aero- space and defense industries. His back- ground includes experience with financial management, debt and equity financing, M&A transactions, ERP implementations, and development of finance and account- ing teams. Tran previously served as the VP of accounting at Alpha Property Management, VP of finance and accounting at Kurion Inc., and the senior director of finance position at AeroVironment. ---------------------------- OnSSI named Steve Lenox as its Mid- Atlantic regional manager as part of a growth initiative and to further improve customer support and service. Lenox has spent more than two decades designing and deploying advanced physical security and video sur- veillance solutions for large enterprise and U.S. government customers. Based in Winchester, Va., Lenox's terri- tory includes Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Southern New Jersey, and Eastern Pennsyl- vania. ---------------------------- FreeWave Technologies hired Jim Bolo- tin as its chief financial officer. Bolotin has more than 20 years of experience in senior finance roles and a set of qualifications to help FreeWave expand its operations and leadership in the industrial IoT marketplace. Prior to joining FreeWave, Bolotin served as the vice president, controller and chief accounting officer of Truven Health Analyt- ics. Bolotin also spent time in similar senior finance roles in large manufacturing com- panies such as U.S. Robotics and mid-sized manufacturers, such as Eagle Test Systems. Sept. 25-28 ASIS 2017. The ASIS Interna- tional 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits, held at the Dallas Convention Center, will feature education for security practitioners and vendors. ASIS 2017 offers more than 180 individual training sessions, covering every aspect of security. ----------------------- Oct. 7-11 The Monitoring Association Annual Meeting 2017. Held at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz., will be the first annual meeting since the orga- nization changed its name from CSAA to TMA. ----------------------- Nov. 28-29 Cloud+. Held at the Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas. Cloud is the new frontier in physical secu- rity and Cloud+ is the only event where security dealers, integrators, monitoring companies and other security profession- als can delve into how cloud technology is now reshaping the security industry, what the potential is for the future and how cloud will affect companies' bottom line. Cloud+ is also the only place you can see physical security cloud technology in one room. The conference will feature an exhibit hall solely focused on cloud- based technology. For more information about sponsorships, contact Tim Purpura, tpurpura@securitysystemsnews.com. ----------------------- Feb. 26-27 TechSec Solutions 2018. At the Delray Beach Marriott in Delray Beach, Fla., the industry's premiere conference on new and emerging technology brings together end users and security systems integrators to exchange ideas on the latest trends and technology in the security industry. Secu- rity Systems News will recognize all Class of 2017 "20 under 40" integrator and end user winners at a special reception. The conference features educational ses- sions and a technology showcase. www. techsecsolutions.com. databank Periodicals Postage Rates paid at Yarmouth, ME and additional mailing office. Security Systems News (ISSN 15280519) is published monthly by United Publications Inc., 106 Lafayette St., P.O. Box 998, Yarmouth, ME 04096; 207-846-0600. Publisher assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material or prices quoted in the magazine. Contributors are responsible for proprietary classified information. © 2017 by United Publications. All rights reserved. Reproduction, in whole or in part, without written permission of the publisher is expressly prohibited. Reprints may be obtained from The YGS Group at 717-505-9701, Ext. 100. Back issues, when available, cost $7 each within the past 12 months, $12 each prior to the past 12 months. Back orders must be paid in advance either by check or charged to American Express, Visa or Master Card. Security Systems News is distributed without charge in North America to qualified professionals in the security industry. Paid print subscriptions to those not qualified cost $65 annually to the United States and Canada and $150 to all other countries. All payments must be made in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. For subscriber services, including subscription information, please call 800-869-6882. Postmaster: Send address changes to Security Systems News, PO Box 1888, Cedar Rapids IA 52406-1888. s tock w atch Prices quoted are from the open of business on Aug. 18, 2017 Jack Sigler was recently hired to the role of national director, Security Systems and Engineering, for Allied Universal, a $5.1 bil- lion security company with more than 150,000 employees. Based in the company's Richardson, Texas, office, he oversees the national sales team for the Monitoring and Response Center (MaRC). Secu- rity Systems News recently asked Sigler five questions. Are you married? Kids? We just celebrated our 34th anniversary and have two adult boys ages 26 and 29, who both live in the Dallas area. Our youngest son works in the facilities maintenance department with a large retail company and our oldest son has followed my footsteps into the security industry and is a security designer for a major consulting company. What do you like about where you live? I first moved to Dallas in 1980 and have seen the Dallas Fort Worth area expand from 2 million population to more than 7 million and have been fortunate to be part of one of the most recognized cities in the world. My favorite thing I like about the Dallas area is the people and how friendly everyone has always been, but, most importantly, I got to marry a true Texan! What are some of your hobbies and interests? I like to play golf when I can but mostly my wife and I like to spend time together over dinner, at a movie or just have the fam- ily over to the house. What do you like most about the security industry? How fast our technology has changed just over the past five years. I started out working with dedicated phone lines with lim- ited (and expensive) access control and video technology. My passion is with the larger systems and integration and watching how technology is helping the security industry to enhance and improve our security professionals at much more economical costs. How did you first get started in the security industry? I actually was supposed to start as a salesman for Burroughs Computer selling main-frame computers in 1980 but they couldn't bring me on board soon enough so ADT offered me an immediate job as a commercial sales rep in Dallas. I've been in the industry ever since then! —Paul Ragusa Five Questions COMPANY (ticker) Price Previous 52-WK HIGH 52-WK LOW EPS AlarmForce Industries (AF.TO) 10.31* 10.65 11.33 9.40 -0.08 Alarm.com (ALRM) 42.59 37.68 42.84 24.52 0.40 Allegion (ALLE) 78.58 81.98 82.90 61.47 2.60 Ascent Capital Group (ASCMA) 11.44 17.19 26.16 10.89 -8.92 Avigilon (AVO.TO) 16.23 14.33 17.30 7.76 0.38 Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) 31.00 31.26 34.60 29.12 1.90 Flir (FLIR) 37.85 37.30 38.94 28.26 1.55 G4S (GFS.L) 299.20 329.90 342.60 217.00 0.18 Gentex (GNTX) 17.29 18.37 22.12 16.06 1.26 Hikvision (002415.SZ) 31.15 29.86 40.16 22.61 0.89 Honeywell (HON) 135.73 134.84 140.21 105.25 6.45 ImageWare Systems (IWSY) 0.98 0.86 1.47 0.81 -0.13 Johnson Controls (JCI) 36.87 43.30 48.97 36.74 -1.82 Kratos Defense (KTOS) 12.15 12.80 13.02 5.23 -0.66 Mace Security (MACE) 0.37** 0.37 0.47 0.27 0.00 Moog Inc. (MOG-A) 72.30 73.82 77.60 52.90 3.75 NAPCO (NSSC) 7.40 9.55 10.95 6.39 0.31 Richardson Electronics (RELL) 5.59 6.00 7.24 5.52 -0.54 ScanSource Inc. (SCSC) 37.10 39.80 44.95 29.05 2.47 Securitas AB (SECU-B.ST) 129.50 140.90 152.90 125.50 7.51 Shenzhen Infinova (002528.SZ) 6.60 5.74 9.08 5.25 -0.41 Stanley Black & Decker (SWK) 137.59 146.46 148.32 111.89 7.80 United Technologies Corp. (UTX) 116.04 123.67 124.79 97.62 6.53 Verint Systems Inc. (VRNT) 38.10 41.00 44.70 33.40 -0.50 Vicon Industries (VII) 0.41 0.58 0.99 0.26 -0.79 Jack Sigler * AF.TO price is from open of Aug. 15 ** MACE price is from open of Aug. 16 SECURITY SYSTEMS NEWS S E p TEM b ER 2017 www.securitysystemsnews.com Databank 39

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