Panasonic Security Systems Group has appointed Neil Heller as group manager, product management. Prior to joining the company, Heller served as western regional manager for Sensormatic.

Sensormatic Electronics Corp. in Boca Raton, Fla., has named Jeff Brown as national accounts sales manager for its Access Control Division. Brown will focus on cultivating the relationships and increasing sales with key integrators.The company also has appointed Mark J. Goldstein as product marketing manager for Sensormatic’s Access Control Division. In this role, Goldstein will be responsible for the strategic marketing and product planning for the company’s hands-free access control and asset management system.

InfoGraphic Systems Corp. of Garden Grove, Calif., welcomes Kim Loy as vice president of marketing. Loy leads the new marketing department located in Racine, Wis. She comes to the company with eight years of marketing management experience in the access control and security industry.

William Sussman has accepted the position of vice president, business development for Safewww Inc. in Uniondale, N.Y. Sussman has spent the past year as vice president of sales at Whale Communications, focusing on new E-business security products aimed at protecting internal networks and applications from hackers.

Datacard Group of Minnetonka, Minn., has named Martin J. Kearsley senior vice president and managing director of its newly established software and solutions division. Kearsley comes to the company from Zaxus Intl., where he served as managing director.Greg Thom has been named senior vice president and general manager of Datacard’s government solutions group. Thom served as vice president, general counsel and secretary for Datacard Group since 1995.

John Murphy, president of Vector Security, has been appointed to the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) board of directors.

ADI has promoted Ken Hall to vice president of sales. In his role, Hall will have reporting to him the company’s regional vice presidents, vice president of national accounts and international sales manager. Hall hoined ADI in 1992 as a regional manager for Canada and was promoted to regional vice president in 1995.

Steven J. Harrold has been named as department manager for 3M’s Security Market Center. The business unit uses covert and overt technologies to provide security solutions for the protection of brands, assets and documents of value. Harrold brings more than 20 years of security industry experience to the position.

Greater Alarm Co. Inc. has added key sales and operations positions in its Irvine, Calif., headquarters. Scott Covey has joined the sales team as commercial system sales consultant.Henry Elvira has accepted the position of systems integration project manager, where he will be managing many of the company’s large projects. In addition, Pat Robertson has joined Greater Alarm as billing manager. Robertson comes from Westec Security/Edison Select, where she served as corporate administrative manager.

Wheelock Inc. of Long Branch, N.J., has promoted Charles Sutton to vice president of sales. Sutton joined the company in 1992 as central division sales manager, and was then promoted to director of sales.The company also has appointed June A. Ballew as vice president of marketing. Ballew joined Wheelock in 1995 as fire products/marketing manager, and for the past two years, has served as director of marketing.

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