BOCA RATON, Fla. — Secure Utility Corp. of America has appointed security industry veteran Jay Stuck as Northeast regional sales manager.
“Secure Utility sells secure private networks that remove building services such as HVAC and fire system monitoring, as well as video, access control, and other physical security technology from the public Internet,” Stuck explains. “Secure Utility’s private network offers plug-n-play ‘bank-grade’ security for building owners, as well as recurring revenue opportunities for commercial integrators.”
With building operating technologies being removed from the public networks, and placed behind a bank-grade firewall, building management can sleep at night, Stuck says.
He adds, “In addition, integrators can gain a new revenue stream. Why not sell the network needed for secure remote connectivity at the same time you sell access control or cameras?” Stuck adds.
Secure Utility, based here, offers a secure private network solution that removes life-safety, physical security and operating technologies from the public Internet, while providing remote connectivity for management and monitoring of this information.
Among Stuck’s security industry experience, he formerly served as an executive vice president of sales and CMO for SecureWatch24, and most recently as a sales executive for Kastle Systems.
“Jay brings a wealth of sales and marketing experience to Secure Utility,” says Vice President Shelby Beard. “We look forward to him rapidly expanding our sales footprint and helping us secure the U.S. building market.”
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