Identiv announced the company’s new Architects, Consultants, and Engineers in Security (ACES) program in order to provide continued education for end-users and consultants on the converged nature of IT and physical security.
announced the company’s new Architects, Consultants, and Engineers in Security (ACES) program in order to provide continued education for end-users and consultants on the converged nature of IT and physical security. Robert LaBella will head the initiative as Identiv’s new A&E Business Development Manager.
The new Identiv ACES program will concentrate on educating consultants on the cutting-edge products in the company’s portfolio, including Freedom Access Control, Liberty Access Control, Hirsch Velocity Software, and the 3VR line of products. The program will increase the value that consultants bring their customers by furthering awareness of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution in the physical security space, specifically through the products in the Identiv portfolio that simultaneously increase physical and cybersecurity
“Identiv’s products appeal to the most cutting-edge end-users seeking to integrate physical security into their networking and cybersecurity planning. Yet at the same time, we are also able to meet the needs of customers who wish to have a fully standalone physical security infrastructure that will allow them to integrate further into the IT space in the future,” said Scott Sieracki, Identiv Vice President of Premises Security.
Robert LaBella will head the ACES program as Identiv A&E Business Development Manager. Most recently, Mr. LaBella held the position of Business Development Manager with Mobotix
, supporting integrators, consultants, architects, engineers, end-users, and security designers. A specialist in integrated systems, access control, and camera technology, as well as analog and network-based video surveillance, Mr. LaBella held previous positions with Syska Hennessy Group, Aggleton & Associates, Pelco
, and Advanced Electronic Solutions. Mr. LaBella’s expertise lies in system integration, CCTV, card access, physical security, master planning, needs assessment, and digital video recorders.