Bill Bozeman

Bill Bozeman


PSA Security Network

Bill Bozeman is president and CEO of PSA, the world’s largest system integrator cooperative, owned by the most progressive security and audio-visual integrators throughout North America. Combined, PSA members boast over 400 branch locations, employ over 7,500 industry professionals and are responsible for over $4.5 billion annually in security, fire, life safety and pro audio-visual installations.

Mr. Bozeman has 38 years of experience in the security systems integration business and with a successful track record in both corporate and entrepreneurial environments. He has served as president of Delta Audio-Visual Security, president of Dictograph Alarm Systems Inc. and vice president of strategic alliances for Pinkerton Systems Integration.

Mr. Bozeman attended Louisiana State University and graduated from the University of New Orleans. He also qualified as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) with the American Society for Industrial Security.

Throughout his career, Mr. Bozeman has directed sophisticated electronic security projects for corporate America, the U.S. government, and private institutions.

Mr. Bozeman is a member of the Security Integration Hall of Fame, a lifetime achievement award that recognizes those individuals whose distinguished careers have helped shape the electronic security industry. Mr. Bozeman was recognized as one of the 25 Most Influential Security Executives and received the Paul Marcus award, presented to individuals that provide consistent leadership and direction to the PSA Security Network. In 2013, Mr. Bozeman received the George Lippert memorial award, recognizing outstanding contributions to the Security Industry Association (SIA).

Mr. Bozeman currently serves on the board of directors for PSA, Security Specifiers, Northland Controls and also serves on various industry advisory boards.


Harnessing Cyber-Physical Security Technologies

Thursday, October 25th
Join our panel of cyber-physical technology experts as they wrestle with how the internet of things (IoT), and other “smart” technologies promise to disrupt the security of cyber-physical systems. The panel will explore threats to this world of connected security devices and also will examine how new systems being developed today can utilize technologies to sense potentially disastrous events and take steps to limit their impact or stop them altogether.