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ASG principal named as senior fellow for Homeland Security

ASG principal named as senior fellow for Homeland Security

RENTON, Wash.—Joe Zaccaria, principal with the Enterprise Security Risk Group (eSRG) of Aronson Security Group/ADT, was named a senior fellow of the center of excellence for Homeland Security Emergency Management (HSEM).

As a senior fellow, Zaccaria becomes a member of the HSEM training and education institute that works with the center of excellence to pursue knowledge and best practices toward building resilience in education organizations, business and government agencies, Washington State, as well as impacting the HSEM community nationwide.

“The appointment as senior fellow honors your achievements, contributions and/or service within your professional domain,” the director of the Center of Excellence of HSEM, Linda Crerar, said in a letter to Zaccaria.

“The Enterprise Security Risk Group (eSRG) is focused on creating a path to value for risk, resilience and security executives by combining our market research, best practices and risk assessment methodology with innovations in technology,” Ed Bacco, ADT/ASG chief security officer, said in the announcement. “Joe's experience in food defense, enterprise risk assessments and hazards mitigation planning will align with HSEM's and eSRG's purpose and community.”

Joe Zaccaria, a 30-year security industry veteran, is a certified food defense coordinator (CFDC) and an authority in the areas of food defense, regulated industry security, corporate risk management, and threat, risk, and vulnerability assessments.

ADT announced on March 2 the completed acquisition of Aronson Security Group, a national integrator based here that has been in business for 55 years with nearly 170 employees.


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