Never heard of him. He can't be that important.
I understand the draw of using terms like 'most' and 'important' to draw readers / views, etc.
But doing it like IFSEC has done has to harm credibility.
Chesapeake & Midlantic | 06/19/14 01:16pm
Well, why not? I'm not very well versed in the European security scene, but a few minutes googling reveals that he's grown and attempted to modernize security services offered by his company. Guy seems like a thinker, too. Most Important Person in the Security Industry, GB Division doesn't seem out of bounds. Even if he isn't Most Important, he is Pretty Darn Important, yes/no?
Who would you have picked?
"The most important person in the industry." What an absurdly subjective thing to proclaim. I could go on a rant but I'll just say that one answer which c
Isn't this the same organization that picked Bruce Schneier?
I would have picked the Customer.
My iPhone sent my last reply before I was done. I was going to say THE CUSTOMER IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON.
Nominations for 2015 are now open.
I nominate whomever is the mid-level manager at Canon coordinating the Axis / Milestone deals.
I just nominated JH. Inspiring debate ;)