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University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa selects Cyrun

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa ( has selected Cyrun to provide computer-aided dispatch, records management, mapping software and related solutions to approximately 100 Department of Public Safety users. The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is a public co-educational research University, and is the flagship campus of the greater University of Hawaiʻi system. The University campus houses the main offices of the University of Hawaiʻi System. Cyrun is honored to be selected as solution of choice by University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Department of Public Safety.

Cyrun will be at COPSWEST Training & Expo Oct 2016

Cyrun will be the Sacramento Convention Center exhibiting at COPSWEST and supporting California Peace Officers Association (CPOA).  For more information about the Expo, please visit . Cyrun is proud to support CPOA in its missing on being a premier training, networking, professional development and public policy advocacy group.

Cyrun headed to The New York State Association of Chiefs of Police Expo (NYSACOP) 2016

Hosted at The Grandview in Poughkeepsie, NY., this expo will draw numerous law enforcement agencies from throughout the state. This year will be Cyrun’s first time exhibiting at the NYSACOP Expo and we are thrilled to be branching out into the greater New York areas. For more information about the Expo, please visit

Signal Hill Police Department is live with Alliance PD

Signal Hill, located in sunny Southern California and surrounded by the city of Long Beach is now being served by law enforcement equipped with Alliance PD.  Cyrun’s top notch development and support teams are excited to partner with the Signal Hill Police Department in keeping their operations running smoothly.  For more information about The City of Signal Hill, please visit

Cyrun's Alliance PD to power Harvey Police Department

Cyrun welcomes the Harvey Police Department to our growing list of law enforcement agencies who have selected Alliance PD for all their CAD, RMS and Mobile needs. As a south suburb of Chicago, the Harvey Police Department serves over 25,000 residents. More information about the city of Harvey is available at

Cyrun's Chief Product Officer contributes to KLAS-TV Channel 8 segment

Cyrun's Chief Product Officer, Glen Haimovitz contributed to this segment of KLAS-TV Channel 8, Las Vegas.

Casino Industry Relies on Updated Security Technology

Submitted by 8 News NOW
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012, 2:56pm

LAS VEGAS --  From casino cheats to robbers with visions of a high-dollar heist, criminals are always trying new ways to rip off Las Vegas casinos.

Technology is always adapting to catch the bad guys. The Global Gaming Expo, or G2E as it's known, includes just about everything related to the gaming world. It's taking place this week in Las Vegas.

When Anthony Carleo, the so-called "Biker Bandit" ran out of the Bellagio with $1.5 million in chips, the cameras were rolling. From one of the most famous casinos in the world to a small neighborhood gambling hall, a desperate criminal sees opportunity in a casino. An entire section at the G2E is devoted to surveillance and security.

G2E 2012

"The protection of the guest comes first," said Gary Powell, Cyrun.

Powell and Glen Haimovitz are with the security company Cyrun. Their products are used in some of the largest casinos in the world to keep tabs on everything from cheating, to banned patrons, and to employee theft.

"It's never going to stop. Where ever there's a lot of money and the temptation, with the public as well as employees," Powell said.

"Many of the casino people here are former FBI agents or former law enforcement. They're used to tracking criminals. They're used to identifying crimes, and this enables them to do this a lot easier," Glen Haimovitz said.

Smart phone apps are also being used to beat unsuspecting casinos.

"We would install our devices in a gaming table to detect when cheats are using concealed cell phones in their pocket," said George O'Dowd, Cellbusters.

While some casinos use the latest technology, others are lagging behind.

"Some of the casinos are still running with what they call analog recording. And that means they're still running VCRs, and that's a challenge," said Greg
Tomasko, Honeywell.

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