Skip to Content

SSN editor part of upcoming TMA Virtual Town Hall

SSN editor part of upcoming TMA Virtual Town Hall

YARMOUTH, Maine—To continue to drive community and togetherness, as well as offer practical, usable information to the industry during uncertain times of COVID, The Monitoring Association (TMA) started hosting the “Weekly Virtual Town Hall.” 

On Monday, June 1, at 11 am EST, TMA will be hosting a special Virtual Town Hall panel presentation featuring leading trade publication Security Systems News’ Editor, Paul Ragusa, along with four other editors from leading industry trade publications. Industry editors offer a unique perspective on how the pandemic has and will continue to impact businesses as they are afforded the opportunity to speak to a variety of industry professionals. 

“I am excited to take part in TMA’s Virtual Town Hall and address some of the key issues facing the industry today, especially in regard to the impact COVID-19 is having on security companies,” Ragusa said. “I am equally excited to be on a panel with other industry editors as we discuss some of the ways security professionals are dealing with and overcoming these challenges.” 

To register for TMA’s Virtual Town Hall with industry editors, click here.

Over the past few months, SSN has been dedicated to serving the industry by offering unique content as it relates to COVID-19 and its impact on the security industry, with usable information and takeaways that immediately help others. We have compiled our COVID-specific content here to make the reading experience easier. One of SSN’s top-read COVID-related article was penned by Ragusa and told of how Security Partners successfully closed, and reopened, one of its three central stations after its worst fear came true: an employee tested positive for coronavirus. 

The SSN team will continue to monitor, report and serve our readership as long as needed to successfully navigate through this pandemic. 


To comment on this post, please log in to your account or set up an account now.