Vector Security’s Chief Takes Up Leadership of CSAA
VIENNA, Va. — John Murphy, the president of alarm service provider Vector Security, is the new president of the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA). Murphy and the rest of CSAA’s executive committee were elected to two-year terms during CSAA’s 2005 Annual Meeting that took place at Ko-olina, Oahu, Hawaii, in October. Murphy succeeds Dick Sampson, president of Arlington, Mass.’ American Alarm and Communications Inc.
President of Mt. Laurel, N.J.’s Vector since 1991, Murphy says his aim during his term will be to create more value for CSAA members.
Murphy was one of the leading industry figures contributing to the article “Real Hope for False Alarms” in the November 2005 issue of SSI.
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