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CSAA Names Jay Hauhn as Executive Director

The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has appointed security industry veteran, Jay Hauhn, former CTO of Tyco Integrated Security, as its new executive director.


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The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has appointed security industry veteran, Jay Hauhn, former CTO of Tyco Integrated Security, as its new executive director. SSI Staff · March 31, 2015

The association will introduce two new awards during the gala, including the Jay Hauhn Excellence in Partnerships Award and the SIA Insightful Practitioner Award. SSI Staff · November 06, 2014

Fiore, an SSI Industry Hall of Fame inductee, will assume the leadership role with CSAA on an interim basis. Rodney Bosch · September 24, 2014

What are the biggest technology shifts will the security industry witness in 2014? Tyco Integrated Security CTO and Vice President of Industry Relations Jay Hauhn answers that and more in the latest Under Surveillance blog. Scott Goldfine · January 01, 2014

Wireless and the future of workforce optimization. By Jay Hauhn · March 05, 2013

FirstNet to enhance public safety and protect responders. By Jay Hauhn · September 30, 2012

Why cloud-based computing will create new RMR streams for access control and video surveillance. By Jay Hauhn · April 19, 2012

ADT Security Services Chief Technology Officer Jay Hauhn discusses how to turn end users' proprietary data into ROI gold with business intelligence systems. By Jay Hauhn · February 21, 2012

SSI welcomes industry technology and standards authority Jay Hauhn as a regular contributor—Ed. By Jay Hauhn · October 23, 2011

As chief technology officer and vice president of industry relations of ADT North America, Jay Hauhn has many irons in the stove on any given day. Hauhn's work to advance and broker industry relations among disparate associations and other stakeholders has earned him much praise among his peers. By Rodney Bosch · July 28, 2011


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