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

Nominate a colleague or yourself
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05/06/2016

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.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Robert Batista

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11/03/2015

Robert Batista, 40
Director of public safety, Kane Realty Corporation
Raleigh, N.C.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Reggy Timothee

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11/03/2015

Reggy Timothee, 31
Manager of facility security, Comcast
West Chester, Penn.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Ross Bourgeois

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11/03/2015

Ross Bourgeois, 39,
Assistant chief of public safety, Mercedes-Benz Superdome/Smoothie King Center/Champion Square
New Orleans

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Steven Ullom

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11/03/2015

Steven Ullom, 35
Director of investigations, Switch Ltd.
Las Vegas

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Jason Brown

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11/03/2015

Jason Brown, 40
Site security supervisor, Wells Fargo,
Portland, Ore.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Rob Warmack

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11/03/2015

Rob Warmack, 29
Lead federal security compliance advisor, Corporate Security Group, Georgia Power Company
Atlanta

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Brent Castagnetto

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11/03/2015

Brent Castagnetto, 37
Manager, cyber and physical security audits and investigations, Western Electricity Coordinating Council
Salt Lake City

SSN recognizes rising end users

Meet the end users of the '20 under 40' Class of 2015
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11/03/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine—This year’s Security Systems News End User “20 under 40” award winners are in a class by themselves.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Mike Cholubko

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11/03/2015

Mike Cholubko, 36
HRIS & corporate security administrator, City of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario

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SSN News Poll November 2016

ASIS International's 62nd Annual Seminar and Exhibits sparked a lot of conversations about the technologies and issues within the industry today. Which technologies were most talked about, and what are the industry's biggest challenges?