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Sheryl Pinckney-Maas

Women in Security

Women in Security Profile: Sheryl Pinckney-Maas – ‘I'm working to build partnerships and find customers’

March 27, 2024Kenneth Z. Chutchian, Contributing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—Sheryl Pinckney-Maas is a straight shooter. That trait helped her get to where she is today in the security industry, a successful entrepreneur, CEO and founder of Guardian Zone, LLC, the first company to produce a crowd and public safety mobile software solution for businesses, schools and venues allowing any smartphone user to automatically connect with on-site security officials. Pinckney-Maas considers it her job to be a visionary for her company. Before Pinckney-Maas...

Eddie Reynolds, Guardian Zone, iluminar Inc., International Trade Administration U.S. Department of Commerce, Power 100, Sandra Sheridan, Security Industry Association (SIA), Security Industry Association (SIA) RISE, Security Systems News (SSN), Sheryl Pinckney-Maas, SIA TIME (Talent Inclusion Mentorship Education) program, SIA WISF Steering Committee, SIA Women in Security Forum (WISF), StrengthenHER committee, Washington DC

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Don Erickson

General News

SIA opens nominations for 2024 SIA Women in Biometrics Awards

February 13, 2024SSN Staff

SILVER SPRING, Md.—The Security Industry Association (SIA) has opened the call for nominations for the 2024 SIA Women in Biometrics Awards, a globally recognized program presented by the association with support from various organizational and media partners. The recipients of this year’s Women in Biometrics Awards will be honored at the 2024 SIA GovSummit, SIA’s annual government security conference. “Now in its tenth year, the SIA Women in Biometrics...

2024, Don Erickson, Security Industry Association (SIA), Security Industry Association (SIA) GovSummit, SIA Women in Biometrics Award, Washington DC

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Also Noted

Washington transit police get new control center

February 29, 2016SSN Staff

WASHINGTON—The Washington DC Metro opened a new security operations control center in Hyattsville, Md., acting as a “hub for thousands of cameras inside and outside the metro rail stations,” ABC7 reported. The center will monitor the 91 stations in the metro rail system. "It's real time capability but it's also the ability to go back in time and identify a potential witness, look at the assault, verify what happened," Metro Transit police chief Ron Pavlik, told ABC7. "The ability...

Ron Pavlik, Washington DC

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