Now is the time for you to submit your nominations for the Security Systems News "20 under 40" Class of 2014. Click here to make your nomination.
It’s the eighth year that SSN has solicited nominations of young people, ages 40 or younger, who display leadership characteristics, are tech-savvy and are dedicated to the security industry.
To be eligible, nominees must work for an installing fire or security dealer or integrator or work for a monitoring company. Sorry, employees of manufacturing companies and consultants are not eligible.
End users are not eligible for SSN’s “20 under 40” awards, but if you know a talented young end user, please nominate them for the “20 under 40” awards of our sister publication, Security Director News.https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/sdn20under40
So, nominate a colleague, a customer or yourself, and do it before the Aug. 1 deadline.
The “20 under 40” awards process will culminate in an awards ceremony for both SSN and SDN “20 under 40” award winners at TechSec Solutions, the industry’s premier conference for integrators, end users, consultants and manufacturers to discuss and debate the effects of new and emerging security technologies on their bottom line.
This year’s conference will take place Feb. 3 and 4 at the Delray Beach Marriott in Delray Beach, Fla. At the end of the first day, we take time out from the discussions and debate and head out to the pool for the SSN/SDN “20 under 40” awards reception.
It has become a tradition at TechSec and the social event that all TechSec attendees look forward to.
In addition to being honored, the “20 under 40” winners participate in the conference, some as speakers and some as active audience members. The heavy participation of the “20 under 40” demographic is one of the things that sets TechSec apart from other conferences.
The younger TechSec participants bring a variety of expertise and perspectives and enrich the discussion and debates at TechSec. Their participation is encouraged and valued by other attendees and presenters, as well as organizers.
We’re proud that the conference tends to attract “20 under 40s,” both past and present. Many people first came to TechSec as “20 under 40” honorees and now come back to TechSec every year.
But we need your help identifying the young leaders that we’ll honor this year. Get your nominations in, and if you have any questions about the “20 under 40” awards or TechSec, give me a call or send me an email.