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Business resiliency during crisis

Expert panel discusses how security integrators can weather the COVID-19 storm
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04/08/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine—At this point in the global pandemic, unemployment is soaring; furloughs are plenty; some businesses are no longer in existence; and according Bloomberg Economics’ model, chance of recession in the U.S. now stands at 100 percent.

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Markus Scott

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11/06/2018

Markus Scott, 35

Chief guard dog, NVMC Solutions

Atlanta

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Ashley Raisanen

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11/06/2018

Ashley Raisanen, 31

Business manager, WH International Response Center

Rockford, Minn.

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Michael Petrone

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11/06/2018

Michael Petrone, 36

Director of project operations, Briscoe Protective

Centereach, N.Y.

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Brandon T. Niles

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11/06/2018

Brandon T. Niles, 34

Director of operations, Acadian Monitoring Services

Lafayette, La.

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Colby Meshey

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11/06/2018

Colby Meshey, 36

Deputy director, security services division, Pentagon Force Protection Agency

Washington D.C.

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Curtis Kindred

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11/06/2018

Curtis Kindred, 35

Owner, president and CEO, American Defense Systems

Bedford, Texas

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Jesse Johnson

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11/06/2018

Jesse Johnson, 37

Corporate security lead, Harley-Davidson Motor Company

Milwaukee

‘20 under 40’ Class of 2018—Greg Ghirardi

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11/06/2018

Greg Ghirardi, 40

VP, strategic manager, physical security solutions, KeyBank

Cleveland

Greg Ghirardi started his career in security at MBNA America Bank. “I found it to be really interesting. So, I stayed in the security world,” he said.

'20 under 40' Class of 2018—Vince DiGennaro

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11/06/2018

Vince DiGennaro, 25

Manager, event security operations, Cleveland Indians

Cleveland, Ohio

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SSN News Poll August 2020

In April, Security Systems News asked readers about the impact COVID-19 was having on their businesses. With many states starting to open up again, this month’s News Poll looks to gauge the state of the industry three months into the coronavirus.