Senstar welcomes new President and Executive Director for US operation
07.06.2011 - Senstar Corporation, a world leader in outdoor perimeter security technology and products, is pleased to welcome two new senior executives to Senstar Inc.'s US operation, including...
Senstar Corporation, a world leader in outdoor perimeter security technology and products, is pleased to welcome two new senior executives to Senstar Inc.'s US operation, including Mr. James Quick, as President and Mr. Kenneth Ribler, Executive Director. Mr. Quick is an accomplished security professional who brings a background of more than eighteen years in the security industry to the company. For the past seven years, he has served as President/CEO of Optex Inc. for their Americas operation. Prior to this position, Mr. Quick was the VP of Business Development for Protection Service Industries (PSI).
Brian Rich, President of Senstar Corporation commented: "We know that bringing Jim to our team in the US will be a valuable addition - his background and experience in so many aspects of business operations and relationship building with global partners, will be of great value to Senstar and help us to grow our Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems (PIDS) market."
Kenneth Ribler who has been named Executive Director, Government, Commercial and Emerging Markets, has more than 28 years of experience in all facets of security, force protection, anti-terrorism and law enforcement having worked as Director of Operations for L-3 Communications and Deputy Director for the Electronic Systems Squadron at Hanscom Air Force Base. Mr. Ribler also served overseas as Director of Security, Headquarters 7th Air Force in Korea as well as multiple command assignments in the United States and United Kingdom. Mr. Ribler is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) with ASIS International.
"Ken's extensive experience in the military and government sectors will be of significant advantage to Senstar and will complement Jim Quick's commercial experience," said Rich. "We look forward to their collective contribution."