Nominations open for Security Systems News’ ‘20 under 40’ Class of 2016

Nominate a colleague or yourself
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Friday, May 6, 2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—If you have an exceptional colleague, one who deserves recognition for their work in the security industry, we’d like to hear about them. Security Systems News is calling for nominations for its annual “20 under 40” awards.

“We established the '20 under 40' awards to recognize the younger professionals in the security industry who are really making a name for themselves. These individuals stand out in what they do, both for their business and for the industry,” said Martha Entwistle, editor of Security Systems News.

There are two “20 under 40” awards categories: Integrators and End Users. Twenty winners in each category will be chosen by the editors of Security Systems News. Nominees must be age 40 or younger—born in 1976 or later. Eligible candidates can nominate themselves.

To qualify for the SSN Integrator “20 under 40” Class of 2016, nominees must be employed at an integration firm, security installation company or central monitoring station. End User “20 under 40” Class of 2016 nominees should be employed in a security professional role for an end user.

Employees from manufacturing or consulting companies are not eligible. However, they are encouraged to nominate an integrator or end user.

Submit your “20 under 40” nomination here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/20U402016. Please specify which class your nomination is for—end user or integrator. The deadline for nominations is Friday, July 1.

Profiles of each “20 under 40” award winner will appear at www.securitysystemsnews.com and in the print issues—the integrator class will appear in the October issue, and the end users will be featured in November issue.

All recipients will be honored at a special reception for the “20 under 40” award winners at SSN’s TechSec Solutions conference, held in Delray Beach, Fla., in February. TechSec Solutions is the industry’s premier conference on new and emerging technologies, and “20 under 40” winners are often invited to speak at the conference.