Anthony Berticelli

Anthony Berticelli

Vice President of Operations

PSA Security Network

Anthony Berticelli is the Vice President of Operations at PSA Security Network, the world’s largest electronic security consortium. In this role, he is responsible for oversight of PSA’s Customer Service deparment and operational programs as well as PSA’s education and training initiatives for the physical security market. This includes large educational events such as PSA TEC, online training resources for security integrators, and oversight of PSA’s educational committees.

Mr. Berticelli has over 16 years of experience in the security industry, including 3 years with PSA as the Director of Education and 12 with Target Corporation. He has held multiple roles at Target, including Senior Business Partner on the Corporate Security Technology team, where he was responsible for the management, strategy, and training content development for security technology projects. In this role he oversaw the customization, training, and worldwide rollout of Target’s surveillance system software, as well as the creation of a security dispatch center for headquarters locations, focused on the use of integrated technology solutions. In addition, he has expertise in crisis and asset protection training and leadership development programs.

Mr. Berticelli holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and Computer Applications from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Florida International University.


Team Building: Building A Team for Today & Tomorrow — Talent Selection and Succession Planning for Leaders

Presented by Anthony Berticelli at 9:00 AM on Friday, August 16th.

The decisions you make around talent management can not only define you as a leader, but also directly impact your future success. In this session, PSA Security Network's Anthony Berticelli will discuss attributes and skill sets to look for when hiring talent and how to build a successful, dynamic team. This session will also explore…