Peter Goldring started working in the family business when he was 11-years-old. After working in every role — installer, service technician, central station operator, manager, guard response runner, customer service and accounting, he took over as President. After three years of explosive growth, he sold the business to Holmes Protection (Founded 1858 by Edwin T. Holmes, inventor of the alarm system, NASD:HLMS) where he accepted a role in senior management. When Holmes was acquired by ADT, Goldring was one of four executives chosen to remain. After two years, he left to join Larrabee Ventures, an investment bank focused on the security industry. There, he completed hundreds of consulting engagements representing buyers, sellers and investment firms and began accepting expert witness engagements. Since then, Goldring has run super-regional security businesses including ASG, Sentry Detection, Sentry Protection, Protection People and served as Executive Vice President and COO of ADR Security. He holds state licenses in New York (Fire/Security Installer, Private Investigator, Locksmith); Connecticut (C-5 Limited Electrical, Locksmith); New Jersey (Fire, Burglar, Locksmith, Telecommunications and Home Improvement); Florida (Certified Alarm System Contractor I); Pennsylvania (Philadelphia Fire Inspector). He is also licensed in NYC as a Locksmith and Home Improvement Contractor. Goldring holds FDNY Certificates of Fitness S78 (Smoke Detector Cleaning and Maintenance Citywide Principal), S97 (Fire Alarm Company Principal), R01 (Expeditor) and B03 (Company Approval and Testing of In-Building Auxiliary Radio Communication Systems. He is also a NICET Level IV Fire Alarm Senior Engineering Technician, a Certified Fraud Examiner and is active in 17 industry associations, including SIA where served on the Executive Council and currently serves on the Education Committee. He is a licensed instructor for Continuing Education in New York and New Jersey. Goldring co-founded The Steven M. Perez Foundation, a charitable organization that provides financial support to families effected by Leukemia and related cancers and was Brotherhood President of a large Long Island congregation. He is currently a board member of Mission 500 a security industry non-profit. He currently serves as a Volunteer Firefighter with the Adelphia Fire Company (Howell, NJ), is a member of the Howell Township (NJ) Office of Emergency Management and a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician. In his spare time, he enjoys tinkering with his 1983 Mack CF Fire Engine.