Rick Leighton

Niscayah Announces New Regional Vice President, Northeast Region

Rick Leighton has been hired as Niscayah’s regional vice president, Northeast region and will be responsible for driving sales along the Northeast corridor.

Rick has more than 12 years of successful experience working for integrators in a sales and general management capacity. He has held senior sales roles for The Protection Bureau, ICx Technologies, Orsus, Siemens Building Technologies and Simplex Grinnel.

“We are thrilled to have Rick join Niscayah. Rick’s experience in team building, managed services and large project implementation from both the manufacturing and integration business’s makes us confident of our growth and success in the Northeast,” said John Nemerofsky, vice president of sales and marketing.

Leighton will manage the sales team and offices between New England and Washington DC.

Niscayah offers complete security solutions for customers with high security demands within market segments, such as banking, industry, defense, healthcare and retail. Systems services are based on modern technology and concepts including access control, video surveillance, intrusion protection and fire alarm systems.

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