Kyle Andorf, PSP
With 10 years of experience in the security consulting and design industry, Kyle Andorf has been involved in numerous security system design projects and a multitude of organizational security consulting efforts, which have included all aspects and elements of physical, technical and operational security. He has worked on projects from both security and fire protection aspects in the healthcare, retail, hospitality, university, financial, government, mega-project and high-rise vertical markets. Security projects Kyle has led have included design and consulting efforts for several security system types including access control, surveillance, intrusion detection, emergency communication and Master Planning efforts. Kyle is also involved in multiple technical security systems design projects for the U.S. Department of State, inclusive of both new and existing embassies located across the globe.
As a Senior Security Consultant, Kyle is responsible for simultaneously managing multiple security design, consulting and assessment projects. He leads efforts on security benchmark projects by collaborating with clients to determine what information they desire to be captured and then develops the surveys to mirror those objectives. In addition, he assists in the preparation of proposals and statements of qualifications for prospective clients.
Kyle earned his Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Information Security Management from Bellevue University. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Law Enforcement and Justice Administration from Western Illinois University. He is a certified Physical Security Professional (PSP) through ASIS International. He is a member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and ASIS International.
Kyle was honored as the Most Innovative Security Project and Grand Platinum Award Winner by Secured Cities in 2014. He has written several articles detailing best practices in security design for several publications, including “Today’s Trends in Securing Healthcare Facilities” for Medical Construction & Design Magazine and “Security Design Approaches for Parking Structures” for Safety Matters.