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‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Joshua Cummings

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11/06/2018

Joshua Cummings, 38

Director, engineering services, VTI Security

Burnsville, Minn.

SSN opens ‘20 under 40’ nominations

You can now nominate eligible security professionals for the '20 under 40' Class of 2018
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04/18/2018

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security Systems News is excited to announce the opening of this year’s “20 under 40,” nominations, a distinction for up-and-coming young professionals that are really making a name for themselves in the security industry.

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Brady A. Phelps

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11/08/2017

Brady A. Phelps, 32

Physical security supervisor, Grant County Public Utility District

Ephrata, Wash.

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Amanda O’Loughlin

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11/08/2017

Amanda O’Loughlin, 39

Security supervisor, Crane Currency

Nashua, N.H.

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Armando Martinez

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11/08/2017

Armando Martinez, 32

Regional loss prevention manager—Midwest, Bob’s Discount Furniture

Manchester, Conn.

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Daniel Lowrey

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11/08/2017

Daniel Lowrey, 34

Director of security, Switch, LTD.

Las Vegas

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Billy Langenstein

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11/08/2017

Billy Langenstein, 29

Director of event services, U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Bryan Kramer

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11/08/2017

Bryan Kramer, 39

GSOC manager, Noble Energy Inc.

Houston

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Max Kidd

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11/08/2017

Max Kidd, 32

Associate director of technology, The University of Texas at Arlington Police Department

Arlington, Texas

End Users '20 under 40' 2017—Tyson Johnson

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11/08/2017

Tyson Johnson, 34

Security systems project manager, Aurora Health Care

Milwaukee

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SSN News Poll January 2020

The Security Industry Association (SIA) recently identified the key “megatrends” that are impacting the security industry as we move into 2020. This month’s News Poll looks at the state of the industry for 2020, including which trends and technologies will dominate the headlines.