The Participants:

August 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug2010, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p36
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The article offers brief profiles for several top security integrators in the U.S. who are participants in the interview conducted by "Security" magazine. It presents their views on perfect relationship with their customers, learning from security directors and the most dynamic sector of the industry. The integrators include Christopher BenVau of Stanley CSS, Carey Boethel of Siemens Security Solutions and Thomas J. Giannini Director, Integrated Security Systems Group of SimplexGrinnell.


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