Security Risk Management Company ARES Security Appoints Director of International Operations

ARES Security Corporation, an enterprise security risk management solutions company, announced today that it has named Mr. Mark Krikorian as Director of International Operations. Mr. Krikorian will manage the global operations for the business, including sales, business development, channel development, delivery,training and customer support.

Prior to joining ARES Security, Krikorian was chief marketing officer at CodeMettle, LLC, a network management solutions provider. In this role, Krikorian launched CodeMettle’s software business and was instrumental in acquiring key customers in the government and military as well as tier 1 network operators. Krikorian has also held the positions of CEO at Swyzzle and chief operating officer and co-founder of ILC.
"As we continue to grow ARES Security Corporation into a leading global provider of physical security solutions we are fortunate to have attracted a distinguished executive with a proven track record of building innovative software companies," stated Ben Eazzetta, President of ARES Security. "Mark’s entrepreneurialand leadership experience will be instrumental in expanding ARES Security’s commercial security business and international reach."

Krikorian holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He serves on the board of advisors of PureHoopla, an online greeting card company, and PRA Audio, a producer of hi-fidelity wireless products.

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