Bobby Louissaint

Bobby Louissaint

Global Security Program Manager

An experienced leader in the security space of over 25 years, Bobby Louissaint comes from humble beginnings as an applied science graduate in electronic engineering from ITT Tech. He started his security career as a residential technician and has worked his way through the business to emerge as a leader in the market. Louissaint’s technical experiences as a field tech and project manager paved a solid foundation for him to become a trailblazer in the industry.

Prior to his current role as global security program manager at Meta, Louissaint worked as a sales director within ADT/TYCO/JCI national accounts where he managed all corporate businesses along the West Coast of the U.S. Bobby has managed hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of business in his career, and as director he has developed multiple territories and teams to success. He has led his business regarding new technologies, working internally and externally with innovative companies disrupting the norm.

No longer with JCI, Louissaint had transitioned his career into the innovation space as the executive in charge of strategic engagements for a startup artificial intelligence company called Ambient AI, but he would again transition into a new role within Meta, where he supports the business in new areas of enablement by utilizing internal and external partnership, innovation and strategy to exhibit specific results, providing a new world of substantial business outcomes that provide action, performance and efficiencies in today’s fast-paced evolving environments.


ChatGPT Panel

Presented by Rich Campbell, Will Knehr and Bobby Louissaint  at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 14

The last three years have been loaded with changes! Innovation is part of that change. One of the most interesting, interactive, innovations is ChatGPT: an amazingly simple-to-use, versatile and adaptable tool to have in our security integrator tool bag.

This session will explore questions like:

  • What's ChatGPT capable of?
  • How can we use it?
  • What are some easy and practical applications for a security integrator
  • Should we use it?
  • What are some dangers of using it?
  • What are the risks it poses to us?
  • How does it collect data on us and learn?
  • Will it replace us in doing basic tasks?

Looking forward to the future, we also need to be asking ourselves as young security integration leaders how we can leverage ChatGPT to do our jobs and innovate.