DICE Corp. hires Avi Lupo as new EVP

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Monday, February 3, 2020

BAY CITY, Mich.—DICE Corporation recently announced the hiring of Executive Vice President Avi Lupo, who will play a leading role at the company, contributing to high-level organizational decisions, product development and new business opportunities.

Luop will also be integral in establishing new sales and marketing expansion strategies for the company’s growing cloud video recording technology, CloudEye.

“We are very happy to have Avi on our team,” said DICE President and CEO Cliff Dice. “As one of the leaders in research and development for the security industry, we continue to experience tremendous demand for our products and solutions. Avi’s background in video and commitment to broadening industry expectations will bring a fresh perspective and approach to what we do at DICE Corporation.” 

With over 30 years of management experience in the security industry, Lupo comes to DICE Corporation from Kent Technologies in Miami, Florida, where he served as the company’s president and CEO. As a provider of video and security services for a wide range of industries, Lupo led the organization in developing robust preventive and interactive security technology, including camera, surveillance, facial recognition and remote guarding services throughout North America.

Prior to his time at Kent Technologies, Lupo served as the CEO of FST21 America, a security technology company with offices in Israel and the U.S. and served as co-founder and president of OzVision Global, a leading developer of advanced video solutions in the international security monitoring market. Among his many accomplishments, Lupo formed strategic alliances that introduced Video as a Service (VaaS) to the security industry, establishing industry standards.

“I am honored to be part of such an innovative company and growing team of professionals,” Lupo said. “I see DICE as a leader in the future of the security industry, and I look forward to contributing to the vision and expansion of the company.”