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'20 under 40' 2013 - Brian Weatherford

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06/11/2013

Brian Weatherford, 36
Vice president, Multiguard Corp.
Indianapolis, Ind.

'20 under 40' 2013 - Taylor Carr

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06/11/2013

Taylor Carr, 35
Vice president of business development and integration, Securadyne Systems
Carrollton, Texas

'20 under 40' 2013 - Bryan Bates

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06/11/2013

Bryan Bates, 37
Sales manager, co-owner, Bates Security and Sonitrol of Lexington, Ky.

Class of 2013 '20 under 40'

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06/11/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—This is the seventh year we've asked readers to nominate talented young security professionals age 40 and younger who've displayed leadership qualities. There are many interesting, funny and inspiring stories among the 20 winners—congratulations to them! We think you'll agree that they're all deserving of this honor, which will be celebrated at the industry's premier new technology conference, TechSec Solutions, Jan. 28-29, 2014 in Delray Beach, Fla. (www.techsecsol.com).

'20 under 40' 2013 - Elizabeth Blair

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06/11/2013

Elizabeth Blair, 34
Director of legal and dealer relations, Alarm Capital Alliance
Media, Pa.

'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

SSN seeks nominees for ‘20 under 40’ Class of 2013

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02/27/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine—It’s time once again for youth to be served.

'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 - Nelson Barreto

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05/22/2012

Nelson Barreto, 37
N.Y. metro regional director
Diebold Security
Elmsford, N.Y.

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'20 under 40' 2012 - Patrick Ritter

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05/22/2012

Patrick Ritter, 33
VP and controller
ADS Security
Nashville, Tenn.

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SSN News Poll December 2014

In the wake of the recent expiration of their non-compete agreement, former sister companies ADT and TycoIS are now battling it out for a piece of the lucrative small-business pie. How will this affect the competitive landscape and regional providers? Tell us what you think.

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