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End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Zaki Boukili

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11/02/2016

Zaki Boukili, 35

Supervisor, corporate security, Darden Restaurants

Orlando, Fla.

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Chris Boyer

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11/02/2016

Chris Boyer, 24

System administrator, National Cancer Institute

Bethesda, Md.

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Tyrone Chambliss

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11/02/2016

Tyrone Chambliss, 34

Director, brand protection - security systems, Flex

Austin, Texas

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Brian Phillips

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11/02/2016

Brian Phillips, 31

Associate director, global security and resilience, Alexion Pharmaceuticals

New Haven, Conn.

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Scott Creighton

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11/02/2016

Scott Creighton, 37

Senior manager, Lockheed Martin

Bethesda, Md.

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Bob Bernazal

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11/02/2016

Bob Bernazal, 40

Assistant director of security, National Oilwell Varco

Houston

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Quentin Black

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11/02/2016

Quentin Black, 40

Security & public safety systems program manager, Department of Parks & Recreation

Prince Georges County, Md.

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Amrinder Dhinsa

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11/02/2016

Amrinder Dhinsa, 32

Corporate manager for security and parking, William Osler Health System

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

End Users '20 under 40' 2016—Michael Brzozowski

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11/02/2016

Michael Brzozowski, 36

Risk manager, Symcor

Mississauga, Ontario

SSN proudly welcomes ‘20 under 40’ Class of 2016 end users

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11/02/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security Systems News is excited to announce the "20 under 40" Class of 2016 end users—a unique array of security professionals working in vastly differing verticals, but all focused on the same goal: to provide the best possible security systems, protocols and services for their company. From securing vaults that hold drugs that treat rare diseases to vaults that hold millions of dollars, many of these year's winners work on a national and global scale.

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SSN News Poll January 2017

Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?