Hauhn Named President of CSAA

SIAC congratulates Jay Hauhn, newly elected President of the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA). We have known Jay for years, as he has served on SIAC’s Board of Directors, and know that CSAA is getting a smart, experienced, connected, and committed leader in Hauhn.

Of his many talents, we believe one of Jay’s strongest is how integrated his experience is within all phases of the electronic security industry. He knows the issues, he recognizes the interactions between manufacturers, installers and companies that monitor systems, and he builds relationships with others to help solve the collective problems we face. That’s a tall task bringing these types of parties — to unify them and grow the industry (while remaining true to his company – as Chief Technology Officer and VP of Industry Relations for Tyco Integrated Security). Jay is certainly up to the task as he has demonstrated repeatedly in other high profile posts.

In his role on our board, he makes sure we do what we say we are going to do, stay within budget and target the right problems. Beyond SIAC, Jay has served our industry in many other important capacities, including as Chairman of the Board of the Security Industry Association, and as Chairman of the Government Relations Committed for the Electronic Security Association.

Our industry trusts Jay to make good decisions and get the job done. That’s a huge endorsement. We know CSAA will be in good hands under Jay Hauhn’s tenure.

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