Biometrics firm appoints Canadians to senior leadership roles
StoneLock, a Kansas City-based developer and manufacturer of biometric solutions, recently announced two Canadians have been appointed to its leadership team.
Yanik Brunet is now the company’s new general manager and Greg Harman joins as regional director of sales.
Brunet will oversee the overall operations of the company, including product development, marketing, sales and customer success programming.
“Yanik has been at the highest levels of enterprise security for many years and is regarded as one of the finest leaders and innovative trailblazers amidst his industry peers and colleagues,” said StoneLock CEO and co-founder Colleen Dunlap in a statement. “His wide-ranging experience across the security industry and emerging new technologies will accelerate StoneLock’s recognition as the preferred provider for the design and manufacturing of advanced biometric products for access control.”
According to the company, Harman’s sales track record includes more than $100-million in revenue across multiple verticals like property management, government and financial.
“Harman’s proprietary sales processes have garnered widespread attention and overwhelming success in the industry,” said Dunlap. “His breadth of understanding of enterprise security coupled with remarkably successful product launches surmounts our expectations for an ideal candidate. We are thrilled to have Harman lead us into the future of StoneLock and, ultimately, the future of faceless security.”
StoneLock also introduced its new GO biometric reader, which the company says is designed with proprietary, “faceless” recognition technology to protect users by safeguarding their privacy without the use of photographs while eliminating the need to touch.