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'20 under 40' 2014—Jim Lash

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10/21/2014

Jim Lash, 37
Director of advanced IT Installation, Diebold, Canton, Ohio

'20 under 40' 2014—John Smythe

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10/21/2014

John Smythe, 32
President, Habitec Security, Holland, Ohio

'20 under 40' 2014—Kimberly Kissell Rescigno

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10/21/2014

Kimberly Kissell Rescigno, 31
Director of sales and marketing, Security Specialists, Stamford, Conn.

'20 under 40' 2014—Kristin Hebert

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10/21/2014

Kristin Hebert, 34
Dealer and Vendor Relations, Acadian Monitoring Services, Lafayette, La.

'20 under 40' 2014—Matt Reynolds

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10/21/2014

Matt Reynolds, 35
Service supervisor, Tyco SimplexGrinnell, Westminster, Mass.

SSN seeks nominees for ‘20 under 40’ Class of 2014

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06/11/2014

YARMOUTH, Maine—Who will lead the security industry tomorrow? We can have a pretty good idea based on the performance of certain young standouts in the industry today.

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 - Bill Fisher

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06/11/2013

Bill Fisher, 36
Central station manager, The Protection Bureau
Exton, Pa.

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SSN News Poll July 2015

Studies show a correlation between having women in the boardroom and profitability. And yet, there remains a dearth of women in the security industry. Some organizations, including SIA and the Women's Security Council, are actively working to expand the number of professional women in the security industry. What is your company doing? Why do you think there are so few women in the industry?

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