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Security-Net announces addition of Strategic Security Solutions to its membership

Security-Net announces addition of Strategic Security Solutions to its membership

EXTON, Pa.—Security-Net, Inc., a network of leading security system integrators, has announced it is welcoming Strategic Security Solutions, a commercial security integrator focused on providing security solutions to commercial entities, universities, critical infrastructure and healthcare facilities, to its membership.

One of four additions to the Security-Net membership within the past month, Strategic Security Solutions joins as the 19th member company and marks a period of fast growth for the organization.

Jay Slaughterbeck, chief executive officer of Strategic Security Solutions, will serve as the member representative for the company. He began his career in the security industry directly out of high school and possesses a keen understanding of security integration developed during his over 20 years of experience. Slaughterbeck has previously been named one of Security Systems News’ “20 under 40” integrators.

“We provide a service for our clients that extends beyond installing cameras and card readers,” Slaughterbeck said. “As true integrators, our goal is to solve problems, tighten security and streamline processes for our end-user customers.”

Founded in 2001, Strategic Security Solutions originated as a division of a structured wiring company called Strategic Connections. In 2011, the division became a standalone organization focused solely on security integration. The company has seen tremendous growth in recent years and operates offices out of Pittsburgh and Lynchburg, Va., in addition to its Raleigh, N.C. headquarters. With 33 employees, Strategic Security Solutions primarily serves clients in commercial, university, healthcare, and critical infrastructure markets.

“Strategic Security Solutions has worked with many of our Security-Net partners over the years and the company is known for its focused perspective on security integration,” noted John Krumme of Security-Net.  “We look forward to furthering this work and their contribution to our shared best practices.”

Slaughterbeck added that he is enthusiastic to provide a positive impact on the industry as a whole and to learn from security industry professionals who are a part of Security-Net. Additionally, the added regional representation in the mid-Atlantic and southeast concurrently provided by Strategic Security Solutions expands the networks’ ability to deploy and fulfill national account needs.



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