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'20 under 40': Meet the Class of 2012

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05/23/2012

YARMOUTH, Maine—The editors of Security Systems News are pleased to present the “20 under 40" Click here to see photos and interviews with the Class of 2012.

'20 under 40' 2012 - Patrick Schalkofski

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05/22/2012

Patrick Schalkofski, 32
President of outside sales
Absolute Security
Fredericksburg, Va.

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'20 under 40' 2012 - Bijal Thakkar

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05/22/2012

Bijal Thakkar, 38
Director, global product management
Johnson Controls
Milwaukee, Wis.

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'20 under 40' 2012 - Chris Vanderbles

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05/22/2012

Chris Vanderbles, 33
Manager of technical services
Security Control Systems
Houston, Texas

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'20 under 40' 2012 - Donny Counts

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05/22/2012

Donny Counts, 35
Director, installations, national accounts
Interface Security Systems
Earth City, Mo.

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'20 under 40' 2012 - Laurie Jackson

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05/22/2012

Laurie Jackson, 29
VP gaming sales
North American Video
Brick, N.J.

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'20 under 40': The honorees

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05/22/2012

Scott Holman, 35
National account manager
Protection 1 Security Solutions
Romeoville, Ill.

'20 under 40' 2012- Nick Perry

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05/22/2012

Nick Perry, 28
Director of business development
Security Networks
West Palm Beach, Fla.

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Introducing Security Industry Mentors: Meet the Class of 2012

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05/22/2012

For six years now, one of our most popular news stories of the year has been our annual “20 under 40” list of future leaders of the security industry.

'20 under 40' 2012 - Mike Monsive Jr.

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05/22/2012

Mike Monsive Jr., 33
President and CEO
ASAP Security Services
Houston, Texas

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SSN News Poll April 2019

With data privacy taking center stage both in Europe with the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and here in the U.S. as well, this month’s poll looks at how the security industry is handling this important topic.