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One of our sales executives is now partnering with the FBI

by Andrew Jones

facility security, visitor management solutions
(pictured: Judy Eide, FBI Special Agent and Ron Coleman, National Account Executive for Visitor Pass Solutions)

Our own Ron Coleman, National Account Executive for Visitor Pass Solutions, has been accepted into the Connecticut chapter of InfraGard, which is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and members of the private sector.

The InfraGard program, according to its website, expedites the timely exchange of information and promotes mutual learning opportunities relevant to the protection of critical infrastructure. Its national membership includes thousands of:

  • Business executives
  • Entrepreneurs 
  • Military and government officials 
  • Computer professionals, as well as
  • Academia and 
  • State and local law enforcement

All of the above must satisfy InfraGard’s application requirements. Members are dedicated to contributing industry-specific insight and advancing national security.

During his 16-year career at DMI, Ron has made it a point to stay active in the security industry. He is a Vice-Chair for the Southern Connecticut Chapter of ASIS International and a member of the Terrorist Information New York Group (TiNYg).

“As a provider of visitor management solutions, I need to understand the security needs of my customers,” Ron said recently. “I spend time with them individually, but I need to do more. By connecting with and joining security organizations, I get a wide range of perspectives, as well as exposure to expert information. It helps me, it helps my company, and, most important, it helps my customers.”

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Posted on 12/21/2017



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