SW24 Security Hires 3 to Fill Critical Infrastructure Positions
As one of the firm’s appointments, SW24 Security has hired Bryan Wagner as its new vice president to help the firm develop sales strategies and execute business development tactics.
NEW YORK – SW24 Security has added three members to its team to help the firm build a more robust sales and service infrastructure.
As SW24’s new vice president, Bryan Wagner will be responsible for analyzing key potential vertical markets, developing sales strategies and executing business development tactics to attain sales goals.
Wagner previously served at Securitas for 13 years, most recently as an award-winning senior business development manager. He was honorably discharged from the United States Navy where he served in the military police protecting classified installations.
Joseph Laskay has joined the SW24 technical staff as manager, field installation and technical services, where he will oversee all SW24 field service technicians with direct responsibility for field supervision, technical training and in-house certification of installation team personnel.
Laskay has more than a decade of experience in the electronic security industry as a senior security systems technician and is highly experienced in CCTV and access control system installation, repair, retrofitting and project management.
The firm’s new security technician, Marc Cooperstein, has extensive experience in large- scale corporate A/V teleconferencing installations as well as all aspects of low voltage intrusion, fire, access control and CCTV equipment. He is also experienced with Genetec and Honeywell software and equipment.
Cooperstein previously served at MSE Corporate Security.
“The addition of these three key sales and service professionals will greatly assist not only our growth but enhance our enterprise level service capabilities- areas that are key to our strategic blueprint,” SW24 President and Founder Des Smyth says.
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