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20 Under 40

SSN proudly welcomes ‘20 under 40’ Class of 2016 end users

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11/02/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security Systems News is excited to announce the "20 under 40" Class of 2016 end users—a unique array of security professionals working in vastly differing verticals, but all focused on the same goal: to provide the best possible security systems, protocols and services for their company. From securing vaults that hold drugs that treat rare diseases to vaults that hold millions of dollars, many of these year's winners work on a national and global scale.

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Jay Slaughterbeck

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Jay Slaughterbeck
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10/12/2016

Jay Slaughterbeck, 37

Managing partner, Strategic Security Solutions

Raleigh, N.C.

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Eric Garner

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10/12/2016

Eric Garner, 30

Chief operating officer, Mountain Alarm

Ogden, Utah

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—David Martinez

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10/12/2016

David Martinez, 39

IT manager, Legacy Security Services

Greenville, S.C.

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Dan Noble

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10/12/2016

Dan Noble, 39

COO, NorthStar Alarm Services

Orem, Utah

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Chris Neumann

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10/12/2016

Chris Neumann, 26

Director of corporate strategy, Security ONE

Leamington, Ontario

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Bryan Payne

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10/12/2016

Bryan Payne, 34

Director of operations, Convergint

Austin, Texas

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Shaun Castillo

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10/12/2016

Shaun Castillo, 38

President, Preferred Technologies

Houston

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Austin Robinson

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10/12/2016

Austin Robinson, 35

Operations manager, Altec Systems

Marietta, Ga.

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Samantha Scrivana

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10/12/2016

Samantha Scrivana, 34

Operations manager, COPS Monitoring

Williamstown, N.J.

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Poll

SSN News Poll January 2017

Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?