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Safe-T-Tech Security Systems
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A North American casino was hacked through an unsecured 'smart' fish tank thermometer!
Read the article here: https://thehackernews.com/2018/04/iot-hacking-thermometer.html
Call us for secure 'Internet of things' (OIT) smart automation devices 201-447-9696

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Stay in control of your home or small business with Honeywell's most secure team: Lyric security & control system and Total Connect remote services! All of our estimates are free. Call us at 201-447-9696.
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We have moved to new offices!
Our new address is:

Safe-T-Tech Security Systems...
140 E. Ridgewood Avenue
Suite 415, South Tower
Paramus, NJ 07652

Our Telephone numbers, Email addresses and website have not changed.
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NSA's Hacker In Chief gives advice for defending against outsiders who have unlimited resources and focus. ‪#‎CyberSec‬
https://t.co/CO99ChRV6Y

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Should NJ home fire sprinkler systems be law or choice? Here's a quick peek into the discussion https://t.co/nNrmzQlrcs

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This past year cyber security got personal. Government Technology magazine posted a good article about how this problem went from a corporate/ bank problem to something much closer to home:
http://www.govtech.com/blogs/lohrmann-on-cybersecurity/2015-the-year-data-breaches-became-intimate.html

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Apple pushes back against Brits on encryption back-doors, it would create holes for foreign state hackers. https://t.co/Kf1pXzdLV8

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Some interesting factoids from Security Sales and Integration magazine:
The average price customers paid for an alarm system rose $161.00; up 12% from 2014.
More than seven in ten alarm companies have been in business 11 years or longer (we are at 24 years).
The average commercial fire-only installation cost $18,519.00; up $3,626 from 2014

I recently installed a Honeywell Lynx Touch intrusion alarm in a customer's parents home. I wanted to be able to provide good security and some home automation in a simple economical package. I was a bit worried that the customer might have a problem with the touch screen, having had an Ademco hard button keypad for so many years. Then I saw the elderly customer in the kitchen playing Candy Crush on an iPad...
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