Mace names John O’Leary president of its security division

Dec. 2, 2008
Experienced industry veteran to spearhead company

Mace Security announced last month that it has named former Rosslare and Honeywell executive John O’Leary as security division president.

According to a statement issued by the company, O’Leary, who served as security and privacy leader at IBM Global Services prior to joining the company, takes over for Devin Benjamin, who left at the end of September.

"I am excited to have Mr. O'Leary join Mace," Mace President and CEO Dennis Raefield said in a prepared statement. "He has a strong sales background, and he has experience in the security industry.”

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