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It’s not uncommon for alarm dealers and security integrators to have an overstock situation  when finished with an installation. Security & Fire Buy or Sell was developed to provide a marketing outlet  for authorized members. If you’re an alarm dealer or security integrator and you’d like to join us, please fill out the form at the end of this  presentation to receive more information.

At present, members of our technology forum have the following items for sale (note: these images do not coincide with the adjacent offerings):

Jason has three pull station STI Stoppers, model 1100.

Chris has 4 LNL-500 boards with cobox micros installed, 1 LNL-2000, and a spare cobox micro.

Chris also has 3 Honeywell model 8280 keypads: 1 white, 2 silver; and several NS2 boards.

Jason has a Honeywell Netaxs NX1mps single door in steel can access system, model NetAxs 123 NX1mps.

Brandon has some older Bosch cameras and accessories.

Jared has a bunch of Axis, Avigilon, Bosch, Hikvision and Hanwha cameras for sale. Some used, some brand new.

Al has 3 Transit Connects for sale, all good solid trucks that have been maintained well. 2013 with about 85K, 2015 with about 99K and a 2016 with about 45K.Kyle has a CDVI A22 unit that has everything but the card readers and the package of cards that came with it.

Cameron as 5 new custom built 12’ trailers, in addition to (45) 21’ telescoping mast that can be used to mount surveillance cameras, lighting, antennas etc.
Brian has a new Optex Redscan RLS-3060SH + Laser walk test detector unit. New in box. Never installed, setup, demo’d.

Wayne has the following security camera equipment for sale on the forum:
16 ch AV TECH dvr
1tb hardrive
16 ch camera power box 24v
10- Pelco indoor 2.8-12 mm dome cameras 12v/24v

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Update: Security and Fire Buy or Sell Forum on Facebook

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We have the following items on the Security and Fire Buy or Sell Forum on Facebook. They are for sale now: http://bit.ly/2AkwgWt

  • Silent Knight 5860/RA-1000. Works. Make offer, Bacliff, TX
  • Silent Knight RPS-1000. Works. Make offer. Bacliff, TX
  • Silent Knight IFP-300/ECS panel works, make an offer. Bacliff, TX
  • Silent Knight IFP-300/ECS panel. Works. Make offer. Bacliff, TX
  • Apc smt1500rm2u uninterruptible power supply, Prospect, CT
  • Apc smt1500rm2u uninterruptible power supply, Prospecet, CT
  • System Sensor equip: smoke detectors, fire pulls and more, Coatesville, PA
  • Electric Door Release Mechanisms, 6 total, #491’s, Coatesville, PA
  • USB/vga extender, 3 available, Coatesville, PA
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Investigator Says Amazon Chief’s Phone Hacked by Saudis

Investigator Says Amazon Chief’s Phone Hacked by Saudis | #TpromoCom #Amazon #Hacker #CyberSecurity | Everyone’s a target sometime when it comes to cybercrime. The art of avoidance where it involves hackers is certainly of great value as we move further into the 21st Century world of digital thuggery and political terrorism.

Here we have a high official with Amazon, Jeff Bezos, who’s cellphone was allegedly hacked by a foreign entity for what could be construed as an effort to uncover the identity of the individual that murdered a Saudi journalist. Bezos owns The Washington Post which investigated the murder.

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“Bezos hired Gavin de Becker & Associates to find out how his intimate text messages and photos made their way into the hands of the Enquirer, which reported on the Amazon chief’s extramarital affair, leading to his divorce,” says the author of the Security Week story below. The moral of the story is to trust no one, not even your own mobile device. —Al Colombo

The investigator hired to look into the release of intimate images of Jeff Bezos said Saturday he has concluded that Saudi Arabian authorities hacked the Amazon chief’s phone to access his personal data.

Gavin de Becker linked the hack to extensive coverage by The Washington Post newspaper, which is owned by Bezos, of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul last year.

To read the remainder of this news story, click here.

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Facebook Paid Teens $20 to Install ‘Research’ App That Collects Private Data

Facebook Paid Teens $20 to Install ‘Research’ App That Collects Private Data | #TpromoCom #Facebook #Privacy #Apple | If you are thinking that Facebook is sitting quietly after being forced to remove its Onavo VPN app from Apple’s App Store, then you are mistaken.

Facebook continues to push the privacy button of its users.

It turns out that Facebook is paying teenagers around $20 a month to use its VPN app that aggressively monitors their smartphone and web activity and then sends it back to Facebook.

The social media giant was previously caught collecting some of this data through Onavo Protect, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service that it acquired in 2013.

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You have to be special to be a member of the Security Integrator forum on Facebook

You have to be special to be a member of the Security Integrator forum on Facebook | #MikeReed #Integration #Security #Fire | If you’re a systems integrator, AKA: security integrator, then you should be a member of this forum. Recent topics include: Text Messages and Text Bots, the Avigilon H4 Multi-head camera, Setting up our new demo system, and much, much more. This is a closed forum, so be prepared to answer 3 questions. Go to http://bit.ly/2tW6bco

Introducing ‘The Security Coaching Forum’ on  Facebook

Introducing ‘The Security Coaching Forum’ on  Facebook | #TpromoCom #Security #Business #Marketing | Could you benefit from ideas and expert help in developing a marketing and sales program? Are you starting a new company? Al Colombo and Richard Hahn, two veterans in the world of security,  provide help and direction. The Security Coaching Forum is also a good place for security business owners and managers to collaborate. This is a closed forum. Please answer all questions when applying for membership: http://bit.ly/2PP3S5F

How Surveillance Capitalism Can Impact Public-Safety and CII Users

How #Surveillance #Capitalism Can Impact #PublicSafety and CII Users | #ESC_LLC #Privacy | Mission-critical communications users must be aware that personal devices and applications are subject to data surveillance. To read this informative article about Digital DNA and how service providers can put your data at risk, go to: http://ow.ly/spUS30k4fxs and turn to page 20.

Steve Wozniak explains why he deactivated his Facebook account

Steve Wozniak explains why he deactivated his Facebook account | #TpromoCom #Apple #Facebook #Privacy | As his 5,000 Facebook friends are about to find out, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has well and truly left the building.

When it comes to Facebook, most celebrities tip-toe out the back door without saying much. But Wozniak is not most celebrities, and sent an email explaining the recent decision to deactivate his account to USA Today.

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