Home » Connect at SNG No handshakes, but still make real connections! As they say, “Your Network Is Your Net Worth,” so to ensure SNG is still the premier networking event for executives in the security industry, we are trying something different and new: We’re going to make sure our content matches your current challenges, and we’re going to help facilitate one-to-one virtual introductions. Complete the following three questions (plus our “SnapBio” questions) to immensely enrich your SNG experience: Name* First Last Email* “I gotta problem here.”Of the following, please check the “problems” you seek solutions to or would like to discuss at SNG: Finding talent/workforce development Accessing capital Managing current customer expectations Strategies for finding new customers Staying current with new technology Building relationships/finding partners Other Other*“Meet and greet, virtually.”From the pool of this year’s SNG registrants, which of the following types of businesses would you like to make contact with? I want to connect with...IntegratorsInvestment firmsManufacturersMarketing firmsDistributorsRep firmsSecurity consultantsOr tell us 1 or 2 specific companies or business categoriesOther*And also with:IntegratorsInvestment firmsManufacturersMarketing firmsDistributorsRep firmSecurity consultantOr tell us 1 or 2 specific companies or business categoriesOther*“Trends are your friends!”Of the following 2020 SIA Security Megatrends, which do you need to better understand/leverage for strategic success: Cybersecurity Impact on Physical Security Artificial Intelligence Facial Recognition Emphasis on Data Privacy Cloud Computing National Security Concerns Connectivity and IoT Everything Workforce Development Move to Service Models Identity as the New Perimeter “The SnapBio” – Tell us about yourself so we can better introduce you to fellow SIA members and SNG attendees.Which best describes your style? Boardroom (formal, big picture and to-the-point)Barroom (informal, keen storytelling with relatable humor)Classroom (instructive with substance, slides, and maybe a spreadsheet)What was your first job in security?What college/university/school did you attend?