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Sargent and Greenleaf names new COO

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Sargent and Greenleaf, a STANLEY Security subsidiary and manufacturer of high security locks, recently named Keith Deaton as the company’s new COO. I got the chance to talk with Deaton and hear a bit more about the role and his experience in the industry.

Deaton officially started as the COO of S&G at the end of January. “I have had extensive experience with the business through varying leadership capacities over the last several years. So, I like to say ‘I’m new to the role, I’m not new to the business,’” he said, adding that the company is “executing a seamless transition in leadership.”

Deaton started in the security industry by being recruited by Ingersoll Rand, and worked with the company for about six years.

In 2010, Deaton joined Stanley Black & Decker in an operations finance role for the company’s mechanical solutions, a business unit which was sold to dormakaba at the end of 2016. Deaton became the CFO of S&G in early 2017 and also served as the interim CFO for STANLEY’s Canadian automatic door and electronic security business from mid-2017 to the end of the year.

The new role at S&G expands the scope of his leadership, Deaton noted. “It’s really being not only involved in leading those day-to-day operations—all of the way from the front end of the business, through the manufacturing and fulfillment part of the business—it’s also really working to set strategic direction for the business.”

One of the commonalities in his new position is the similar focus on innovation, Deaton said. “We’re focused on innovation as an enterprise,” he said.

“S&G is about a 160-year-old business, and … it has just amazing brand equity and loyalty really across this high security space,” Deaton said. S&G serves financial, commercial, retail, residential safes and residential mechanical security markets.

Ten top integrators talk tech

Cybersecurity, video analytics and data analytics common, but many other technologies identified
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01/29/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—For the second year in a row, Security Systems News has asked 10 top integrators which technology trends they believe integrators should be paying attention to and why. Again this year, cybersecurity and cloud were among those top trends, but several other technologies were identified including video and data analytics, big data.

TechSec educational program announced

IoT, biometrics, and securing hospitals, Super Bowls and casinos
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12/21/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—TechSec Solutions, the industry’s premiere conference dedicated to new and emerging security technologies, announced its lineup of educational sessions for 2016.

Stanley Security acquires SentryNet

Companies create new offerings for dealer base
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11/10/2015

INDIANAPOLIS—Stanley Security, based here, acquired wholesale monitoring company SentryNet, resulting in new programs for SentryNet’s dealer base.

Stanley president Jim Cannon talks vertical markets, insights, standards

Cannon would like ‘one-third of future recruits to come from the military’
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10/07/2015

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Now in its “post acquisition chapter,” Stanley Security is making progress on its vertical market strategy and other internal performance and hiring initiatives, according to Stanley Security president Jim Cannon.

Stanley Security forms vertical market solutions division

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04/20/2015

INDIANAPOLIS—Stanley Security has established a new vertical market solutions division to respond to customer needs.

UT Denton wins Stanley’s Safer Schools grand prize

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04/09/2015

INDIANAPOLIS—The University of Texas in Denton is the grand-prize winner in Stanley Security’s Together for Safer Schools Grant Program.

Mayor/business owner donate funds for security system

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01/11/2015

EVART, Mich.—When Eric Schmidt, who is mayor of this city, the parent of a middle school student and a local business owner, found out that Evart Middle School had some security risks he set out to find a solution, according to a report in Cadillacnews.com

Ray Dean joins MSA Systems Integration

Dean will work internally with MSA SI staff and externally with manufacturers, consultants
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07/23/2014

NEW YORK—Ray Dean, who was most recently with Stanley Security, has joined MSA Systems Integration here as SVP.

PSIA has new officers

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07/22/2014

SANTA CLARA, Calif.—The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) on July 16 announced it has elected Mohammad Soleimani, CTO and EVP of Kastle Systems, as its chairman; and Joshua Jackson, director, global product integration for Stanley Security, as its vice chairman.

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