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David Barnes Appointed to the National Sheriffs Association’s (NSA) School Safety & Security Committee

Isotec Security Inc’s President and CEO, David Barnes, accepted his nomination to the NSA’s committee for School Safety & Security. Barnes will serve as a subject matter expert from the product/technology side of products, technologies, and services that prevent guns from getting into schools. Barnes commented “I cannot think of a more worthy cause. I’m honored to be part of this dedicated team of professionals committed to protecting children, the schools they attend and the communities they call home.”   Barnes Read More

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Grant Funding for Law Enforcement Technologies

Grant Funding for Law Enforcement Technologies The National Sheriffs Association recently hosted a webinar for municipal law enforcement agencies on areas to be focus that are receiving state and federal funding. https://nsa.adobeconnect.com/pdkaof8em5j7/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal The webinar featured representatives from Grants Office, LLC out of Rochester, NY. www.grantsoffice.com There are many technology deployments that can be funded via state or federal grants. The two largest funding initiatives by the Department of Homeland Security are the Urban Area Security Initiative (USAI) and the State Read More

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Customer Testimonials From Our Shootem-Up Demonstration

Last Friday Isotec proudly presented our 9th Annual Shootem-up!  This shooting demonstration took place high up in the mountains of Colorado.  Take a look at the below customer testimonials we took in between shooting the glass! 

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Why Physical Security is Just as Important as Cyber Security

Many businesses spend a lot of time and money focused on firewalls and encryption software to protect their IT systems and data – and rightly so. However, physical security is often overlooked when compared to cyber security when it can be just as crucial, especially for small businesses that do not have the same resources as larger firms to devote to security personnel and tools. Physical security helps companies protect assets, including IT infrastructure and servers that make their businesses run and Read More

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Isotec Security & OptiVia Partner to Protect Courthouse

OptiVia’s Brian Janczak hit the ground running in pursuit of a business opportunity to protect Emmet County’s state courthouse. Brian followed up on a request for information generated from Isotec’s direct marketing program. He spoke with Emmet County officials to understand their safety & security needs, and then worked with Isotec’s Paul Labarile to design a risk appropriate solution for the courthouse. The Safety Entrance® solutions chosen by Emmet County exemplify Isotec’s site specific design and engineering fortes. The Safety Entrances® Read More

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Isotec Uses UL 752 Level VIII Glass to Protect Military & Strategic Sites

Click on the photo/video for a demonstration of UL 752 UL Level VIII glass. Isotec uses UL Level VIII glass to protect military, and strategic sites. Isotec Security is GSA contract supplier to the DOE & DOD.  

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