Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) is an in-house Security Operations Center (SOC), Security Command Center (SCC), Regional Security Command Center (RSOC), or other monitoring center that provides monitoring services for a company, enterprise, or entity. In essence, the GSOC is internal to the organization, providing added value to the company by safeguarding its employees and assets. The GSOC does not generate revenue for profit, and may be a NRTL listed or non-listed monitoring center.

BAE Systems

BAE Systems, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, an international defense, aerospace and security company which delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support services.

Centene Corporation

Centene Corporation is a multi-line managed care enterprise that serves as a major intermediary for both government-sponsored and privately insured health care programs.

Monitoring will be within an already established GSOC and using a cloud based services as listed in UL827a.

City of Toronto

City of Toronto is has an in house monitoring center that provides their own monitoring services by safeguarding its employees and assets.

Costco Wholesale

The company’s first location, opened in 1976 under the Price Club name in San Diego. Originally serving only small businesses, the company found it could achieve far greater buying clout by also serving a selected audience of non-business members. With that change, the growth of the warehouse club industry was off and running. In 1983, the first Costco warehouse location was opened in Seattle. Costco Wholesale is now a multi-billion dollar global retailer with warehouse club operations in eight countries. Recognized as a leader in their field, dedicated to quality in every area of their business and respected for outstanding business ethics. Bringing members the best possible prices on quality brand-name merchandise. With hundreds of locations worldwide, Costco provides a wide selection of merchandise, plus the convenience of specialty departments and exclusive member services, all designed to make your shopping experience a pleasurable one.

Dillard’s Store Services, Inc.

Dillard’s Store Services, Inc., has an in-house monitoring center that provides monitoring services safeguarding its employees and assets.

American Electric Power

A HISTORY OF INNOVATION

Since 1906, AEP has taken great pride in serving our customers and communities. We’ve developed new ways to produce and deliver the safe, reliable and affordable energy that powers millions of homes and businesses. While the past century has brought changes and challenges, our focus on customers and spirit of innovation continue to guide how we serve our communities.

Monitoring Members

To search for monitoring members go to “Search All TMA Members” then select the desired member type from the dropdown menu, see list of monitoring categories below. If you would like to search for a particular company, or by location use the “Search All TMA Members” and enter the company name or location in the appropriate field.

  • Listed Monitoring
    “Listed” is defined as any firm, corporation, or division of a corporation located in North America, for which participation in the installation, service, monitoring, and response to burglar and fire and/or other related alarms constitutes a significant portion of its business, which operates a monitoring center that HAS been approved by FM, listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL), Intertek/(ETL) or other Association-approved NRTL.
  • Non-Listed Monitoring
    A firm, corporation, or division of a corporation, for which participation in the installation, service, monitoring, and response to burglar and fire and/or other related alarms constitutes a significant portion of its business, which operates a monitoring center that has NOT been approved by an Association-approved NRTL.
  • Non-Listed Non-Traditional Monitoring
    A firm, corporation, or division of a corporation, with non-listed monitoring services that are primarily outside of traditional fire and security monitoring.
  • Proprietary Monitoring
    A proprietary monitoring center may be listed or non-listed and provides alarm monitoring services for a company or entity that is not an alarm business. In essence, a proprietary monitoring center is its own customer, does not generate revenue for profit and are a support service to the business.
  • International Monitoring
    Any business entity that offers security services exclusively outside North America, which may include installation, and/or monitoring.

For a full list of category descriptions go to Member Categories.

View a current list of TMA Five Diamond Designated monitoring centers. This industry-recognized designation is earned by companies committed to the highest standards in professional monitoring.

For questions regarding TMA members, contact membership@tma.us.