PSA Security Network Names New Assistant Systems Administrator

Nov. 15, 2007
Brian Hileman will be responsible for network and computer maintenance along with IT support for PSA employees and infrastructure

PSA Security Network welcomes Brian Hileman as assistant systems administrator. Hileman will be responsible for network and computer maintenance as well as IT support for PSA employees and infrastructure.

Hileman is a 2007 graduate of ITT Technical Institute in Thornton, CO where he received an AAS in Computer Networking Systems Technology. This is the beginning of Brian’s career in the IT field and he is pleased to be starting with PSA.

“I hope to become a valued member of the PSA IT staff,” says Hileman. “PSA offers a great opportunity in the IT field that will provide hands-on knowledge of systems and software and build upon my education.”

For more information contact PSA Security Network online at, by phone at 800.525.9422 or via email at

About PSA Security Network PSA Security Network ( is the world’s largest electronic security cooperative with members responsible for over $1.7 billion annually in security, fire, and life safety installations. These leading security systems integrators specialize in the design, installation, integration, and maintenance of access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, fire, and life safety systems.

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