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Aug 28, 2021

Tom Kubiniec is a business innovator, disruptor, and visionary. Most of all he knows how to seize an opportunity, grind, and embrace failure because speed trumps accuracy in business. When a music career ended abruptly, Tom went into start-up mode – working from a cardboard box for a desk and telemarketing office supplies to businesses. These days he is revolutionizing the weapons storage industry as CEO of SecureIt Tactical and leading authority on military weapon storage and armory design. SecureIt is now bringing the same technology to the consumer market to make homes safer and more secure with decentralized storage.


  • 1980s LA music scene
  • Adapt, learn fast, be creative
  • Failure is your friend
  • Home Depot Development Method
  • Innovate and simplify
  • Scaling business as the CEO
  • Courage to change
  • Management v/s leadership
  • Process v/s structure
  • False security of traditional safes
  • Advantages of decentralized security
  • A typical home break-in
  • Where thieves don’t look


Tom Kubiniec is the visionary leader behind SecureIt Tactical Inc, listed in the Inc 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America. He is the leading authority on military weapon storage and armory design. SecureIt is the largest supplier of weapons storage systems to the Defense industry and is now the fastest-growing residential gun safe company. Mr. Kubiniec has designed custom armories for U.S. Army Special Forces, Navy Seals, and Marine MARSOC units. It was while working with Army Special Forces that Mr. Kubiniec developed SecureIt’s patented CradleGrid™ Technology, the revolutionary system that completely changed the way the U.S. military stores weapons.

SecureIt was grown out of Mr. Kubiniec’s previous data and electronics secure storage business when a law enforcement official asked him to securely store an automatic weapon. Before his career as a storage expert and entrepreneur, Mr. Kubiniec was a popular professional guitar player in Los Angeles for more than a decade.