Active Intelligence is an international video security technology firm on a mission to drive the industry into the future with a flagship product that transforms video security systems from a forensic resource to a prevention tool. Started in 2019 by a trio of security industry leaders and visionaries, Active Intelligence builds upon a foundation of deep industry knowledge developed through a combined 100+ years of experience in corporate security, public safety, and homeland security.

Active Intelligence’s debut security software offering, ASTRA, is designed to change the way video security is approached – shifting from forensic investigation to real- time prevention. Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning, ASTRA is empowering operators through autonomous anomaly detection, allowing them to get ahead of developing situations and intervene before it’s too late.

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Over the course of a 33-year career, Ken has demonstrated his expertise in launching and building businesses.

Joining On-Net Surveillance Systems in 2013, a manufacturer of video surveillance software solutions, Ken led the re-branding efforts, innovative marketing campaigns, successful new product launches, and the recruitment & training of a professional global sales team.

In 1987, Ken was recruited by Sony Corporation’s senior leadership to start and manage an internal venture company, specializing in video security systems. Eventually rising to Vice President/GM of Sony’s Security Systems and Industrial Camera divisions, Ken produced record breaking sales and profit, launched numerous new products and established Sony as a formidable leader in the video security industry. Organizations led by Ken have generated a cumulative $800M in sales.



Jordan has been developing innovative, technologically advanced video surveillance solutions for over 37 years. As founder and CEO of Total Recall Corporation, he built the company into an industry leading provider and pioneered concepts that gave rise to sustainable, citywide networks capable of operating in the harshest urban environments.

Jordan has also been responsible for developing covert recording systems used in network news and law enforcement agency investigations, the video security solution used at the Statue of Liberty, the video surveillance infrastructure for the Republican National Convention in New York City, and more. These also include NYC’s wireless security network (The largest in the United States) and National Park Service icons such as The National Mall, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial.

After having generated $150M in total revenues, Total Recall joined the Convergint Technologies family in 2016. Since then, Total Recall has been expanding its citywide expertise throughout the country, and now helps protect several of the nation’s largest cities.



Chuck is one of the most sought-after experts in law enforcement and security. In 2020, he was named the Worlds #1 Security Influencer. He is also the Founder of Friends of Chuck (FOC), a community of 104,000 security industry professionals that exists for the purposes of networking, locating employment, exchanging business opportunities, discovering emerging security technologies and sharing information important to members and their organizations.

Chuck’s primary focuses include advising security technology start-ups and developing relationships that enable him to bring the right people together at the right time. Chuck’s services are also in demand by security professionals seeking to assess their risk strategies. To date, Chuck has helped over 300 Chief Security Officers across the globe with both their strategic needs and the selection of supporting security technologies.

Chuck’s credibility and influence are cemented by his experiences as Chief of Police, Crime Prevention Director, Chief Security Officer, Assistant Dean—Criminal Justice, Cyber Expert, Adjunct Graduate Professor and Board Advisor. Chuck estimates that, based upon his recommendations, he has influenced the selection of $80M in security-related technologies.