Evolution’s Head of Risk & Design recognised by Chartered Security Professionals Register

Evolution’s Head of Risk & Design recognised by Chartered Security Professionals Register

Brendan McGarrity, Head of Risk and Design at Evolution, the leading integrated fire and security systems business, has been admitted to the Register of Chartered Security Professionals. 

Becoming a Chartered Security Professional is a means of being recognised and continuing to represent the highest standards and ongoing proficiency within the Security Industry. It is the gold standard of competency in security.

Brendan says he is proud and honoured to have been recognised by the Register as a CSyP: “The values of the Register, achieving and maintaining the highest standards of delivery as set out by the CSyP Code of Conduct and competencies are very important to me on both a professional and personal level and something I am committed to sustaining and supporting.”

To be admitted, Brendan had to complete a rigorous and challenging application process, which included submission of a detailed application, followed by a Security industry related research portfolio, undergoing a professional interview and presentation process. His knowledge, practical application, communication, leadership and commitment were assessed and verified by a panel of independent industry experts.

Brendan joined Evolution in 2018 as Head of its Risk and Design division, leading the skilled team to provide industry-leading security design and specification services to third-party integrators, installers and clients. He and the team continue to meet the needs of their clients with systems that deliver exactly what they set out to achieve.

The Register of Chartered Security Professionals was established under a Royal Charter issued to the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals in the UK and launched in 2011, it continues to grow support the raising of standards across the industry for betterment of the industry and those that use its services.

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