Codebench Appoints New Director of Sales

Codebench, Inc. announced that it has appointed Neil Fallon to the newly created position of director of sales. 

As director of sales, Fallon will manage partner relationships and educate the market about Codebench’s software-based solutions.  Fallon will also play an instrumental role by providing industry education on Codebench’s flagship solution, PIVCheck, and representing the company at government- and identity management-focused tradeshows.

“Neil has many years of security industry experience and specific knowledge of our software suite which will help us more deeply penetrate our channel partners and educate them on the products we have to offer,” said Geri Castaldo, CEO of Codebench.

Fallon has more than 20 years professional experience in sales and management of computer related solutions, primarily focused within the physical security and ID management industries.  Before joining Codebench, Fallon held the position of business development manager at DAP Technologies.  He also led the commercial sales efforts at Datastrip, as director of sales, and at Image Data, where he was vice president of sales. Fallon also worked in business development with Diebold’s federal systems group.

Codebench’s PIVCheck software suite provides a seamless transition to HSPD-12 or FIPS-201 compliance by leveraging a facility’s physical access control system for card validation, authentication and registration. PIVCheck software integrates with 19 different physical access control software platforms. The software has been deployed at many federal agencies, ports, petrochemical and military facilities.


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