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TechSec hosts inaugural SSN ‘20 under 40’ panel

The panel discussion dealt with four areas of new technology that are reshaping the industry
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02/12/2014

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Day one of TechSec Solutions 2014 drew to a close with the first Security Systems News' NextGen panel discussion, which showcased the perspectives of four honorees from SSN’s latest “20 under 40” class.

TechSec 2014 to feature security directors from salesforce.com, MIT, leading banks

New and emerging technology conference will also honor 40 young professionals
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10/15/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—Organizers of TechSec Solutions 2014 announced the educational program for the conference, which will take place Jan. 28-29 at the Delray Beach Marriott in Delray Beach, Fla.

Meet the Class of 2013

More women, lots of interest in technology in this year's class
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06/12/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—The editors of Security Systems News are pleased to present the “20 under 40” Class of 2013.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Erik Evans

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06/11/2013

Erik Evans, 37
Southwest region operations manager,
Cox Home Security, Cox Communications
Atlanta

'20 under 40' 2013 - Jesse Rivest

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06/11/2013

Jesse Rivest, 34
Regional sales manager, Affiliated Monitoring
Union, N.J.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Joe Parisi

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06/11/2013

Joe Parisi, 39
Senior account executive, Rapid Response Monitoring Services
Syracuse, N.Y.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Joey Rao-Russell

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06/11/2013

Joey Rao-Russell, 39
President and CEO
Kimberlite Corp., an independent Sonitrol franchise
Fresno, Calif.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Johnny Cunningham

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06/11/2013

Johnny Cunningham, 36
Director of information technology, ADS Security
Nashville, Tenn.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Kat Tallman

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06/11/2013

Kat Tallman, 30
Operations manager of special services, COPS Monitoring
Williamstown, N.J.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Ryan Harvey

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06/11/2013

Ryan Harvey, 32
President, Security Options
Oklahoma City

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SSN News Poll June 2014

ADT is going after the small business market, launching targeted offerings for specific verticals: retail, food and beverage, clinical, professional offices and mechanical. The company says there's lot of untapped opportunity because only 50 percent of small businesses have monitored security. What are your thoughts on that market?

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