Vector Security Furthers Commitment to Intelligent Video and Network Systems

Vector Security Furthers Commitment to Intelligent Video and Network Systems

Vector Security, a security provider to national brands across North America, announces the addition of Steven White as Senior Director of Technology. Steven, recently with Checkpoint, brings over 22 years of experience to the company and will focus his attention on video and network system solutions for national account retailers.

“Steven’s leadership role,” said Michael Grady, executive vice president of Vector Security, “aligns with our continued plans to expand offerings and increase solutions in the markets of intelligent video and network systems.”

Vector Security, under the leadership of Steven, will partner with its customers on a variety of innovative solutions that include an emphasis on video analytics and business intelligence in addition to the traditional video solutions customers have come to expect. He will be directly responsible for managing the Video Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) and Managed Network Services segments of the business, while working closely with the Marketing and Information Systems teams based in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

“Steven is an innovative, industry leader with broad management and technical, security expertise,” continued Grady. “His input and technical guidance will be an important part of our growth strategy and reinforces our commitment to provide technology solutions tailored to the specific needs of our customers.”

Steven resides in Austin, Texas with his wife and two children.

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