Cloudastructure sees 700% booking growth and seven new ‘ASTORS’ entries

Cloudastructure sees 700% booking growth and seven new ‘ASTORS’ entries
Thomas Richardson, FDNY Department Chief;  Dr. Kathleen Kiernan, President of NEC National Security Systems;  and Richard Blatus, FDNY Deputy Chief of Operations at the 2021 'ASTORS' Awards Luncheon at ISC East.
AST honors Thomas Richardson, FDNY Department Chief; Dr. Kathleen Kiernan, President of NEC National Security Systems; and Richard Blatus, FDNY Deputy Chief of Operations, at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon at ISC East.

America changed forever 20 years ago on 9/11, and we were fortunate to have many of those who responded to those horrific tragedies join us at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon.

In the days following 9/11, the critical needs of protecting our country catapulted us into new and innovative ways to protect our homeland, which is how many of today’s award-winning agencies and business organizations arose. ASTORS’. .

Our keynote speaker, TSA Administrator David Pekoske, delivered a timely and moving speech on the strategic priorities of TSA's 64,000 workforce to secure the transportation system, enable safe travel, and in many cases , contactless, and more (be sure to watch the interview).
TSA Administrator David Pekoske addresses attendees at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon in New York City on November 17, 2021. (Be sure to watch AST exclusive interview, facilitated by Dr. Kathleen Kiernan HERE.)

Our 2021 keynote speaker delivered a moving and informative speech from TSA Administrator and Vice Admiral of the United States Coast Guard (Ret), David Pekoske; to our attendees who traveled from across the United States and abroad, about the strategic priorities of TSA’s 64,000-member workforce in securing the transportation system, enabling safe and, in many cases, contactless travel.

Commissioner Bill Bratton signs copies of his latest work, ‘The Profession: A Memoir of Community, Race, and the Arc of Policing in America,’ at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon. (Be sure to watch AST exclusive interview with Comm Bratton, facilitated by Dr. Kathleen Kiernan HERE.)

The continuous evolution ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program will emphasize the wake of Outstanding Women in Leadership in 2022just like him Importance and positive impact of promoting diversity and inclusion in our Next generation of government and industry leaders. #MentorshipMatters

So stay tuned for exciting upcoming announcements of speakers, presenters, book signing opportunities, and attendees at the 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Presentation Luncheon in November 2022 in New York City!

Nominations for the 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards are currently being accepted at https://americansecuritytoday.com/ast-awards/.

Access Control/Identification Personal protection equipment Law enforcement against terrorism
Perimeter barrier/deterrent system Interinstitutional Interdiction Operation Cloud computing/storage solution
IRIS/Face Recognition Video product worn on the body cyber security
Video surveillance/VMS Mobile technology anti-malware
audio analysis disaster preparedness ID Management
Thermal/infrared camera Mass Notification System Fire safety
metal/weapon detection rescue operations critical infrastructure
License Plate Recognition detection products COVID Innovations
Staff Administration government security programs And many others to choose from!

Submit your category recommendation for consideration at Michael Madsen, AST editor at: mmadsen@americansecuritytoday.com.

TSA Team
Honoring the 20th Anniversary of the Transportation Security Administration (Team TSA at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Presentation Luncheon).

In 2021, more than 200 distinguished guests representing federal, state, and local governments and industry-leading corporate firms gathered from across North America, Europe, and the Middle East to be honored among their peers in their respective fields, who included:

The NCDMPH (Dr. Goolsby, second from left) and members of the American Red Cross accept the awards
NCDMPH (Dr. Goolsby, second from left) and members of the American Red Cross accept “Excellence in Public Safety” Awards at the 2021 “ASTORS” Luncheon
Representing NEC at the 2021 'ASTORS' Awards Luncheon: Stacey Brown, SVP Raffie Beroukhim, Dr. Kathleen Kiernan, 2021 'ASTORS' Industry Leader of the Year;  Christopher Gillyard, Rachel Sisk, and Frank Sangiorg
Representing NEC Corporation at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon at ISC in New York City: Stacey Brown, NEC Chief Marketing Officer, Raffie Beroukhim, NEC Senior Vice President, Dr. Kathleen Kiernan, NEC President NSS, Extraordinary Industry Leader and Innovator ‘ASTORS’ 2021 Person of the Year; NEC NSS Regional Sales Director Chris Gillyard, NEC NSS Executive Assistant Rachel Sisk and NEC Regional Sales Director Frank Sangiorgi

Corporate businesses, most of which return year after year to build on their track record of achievement, include:

mediumalert, universal ally, AMAROK, ATI systems, active networks, hub communications, Automatic Systems of America, BriefCam, Canon USA., Strong Solutions, GuardDog.ai, Hanwha Techwin of America, worldwide HID, mark43, IP Video Corporation, Konica Minolta Business Solutions, Analytical Lumina, NEC Homeland Security Systems, NICE Public Safety, in solving, PureTech Systems, quantum corporation, Rave Mobile Security, Mass notification of regrouping, robotic assistive devices, Rajant Corporation, SafeLogic, Senstar Corporation, spotter shot, Single thread software, Solar winds around the world, Teledyne FLIR, Value SystemsY wire insurance, Just to name a few!

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