How Business Really Works: 5 Trends Shaping Smart Security with Mark Dunn
Published Monday, 18 September 2017
Is your office secure? Is it safe? Is your building, school, airport, jail, hotel secure? Smart technology is upgrading rapidly.
Joining host Duff Watkins on this How Business Really Works podcast is Mark Dunn, General Manager of Honeywell Building Solutions, Australia/NZ.
Listen in to learn how we've come a long way from the security guard and alarm systems and discover the five trends that are shaping smart security.
Honeywell Building Solutions helps to ensure commercial buildings, airports, hotels, casinos, correctional facilities, and other major facilities are smarter, safer, and more sustainable through the delivery of connected building technology solutions. Honeywell Building Solutions’ direct channel to market allows us to fully understand our customer’s needs and tailor a lifecycle solution to match their exacting requirements.
Mark leads the Australia and New Zealand business for Honeywell Building Solutions, comprising over 900 employees across the two countries. There he engages with customers in the region to ensure Honeywell delivers these solutions to protect their investments and provide enduring building value over the property’s lifetime.
Mark has been employed by Honeywell since 1992 and during this time has held numerous leadership roles based both in Australia and the U.S.A. These roles included general management, sales, business development, and technology responsibilities across various industries including physical and cyber security, industrial process control, building control, and government services. A native of Australia, Mark has a global mindset and has successfully led teams from every continent and across sixteen time zones.
Mark holds Bachelor Degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Science from the University of Adelaide and has a Masters in Business Administration from the Australian School of Business (formerly AGSM). Mark resides with his wife Sharon and daughters Ella and Lily in Sydney, Australia.
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