MorphoTrak names VP of criminal justice and public security

Morpho announced it has named Steve Vinsik as MorphoTrak’s new VP of criminal justice and public security.

In this role, Vinsik will oversee the delivery of biometric and security solutions across MorphoTrak’s wide range of clientele, which includes the FBI, DHS, DoD and other state and local law enforcement and civil agencies.

“Steve brings a wealth of experience and leadership to the excellent staff we have in our newly re-aligned organization,” said MorphoTrak CEO Celeste Thomasson, MorphoTrak. “He will help ensure the company remains focused on our customers and our objectives to deliver efficient, best value, cost-effective systems to government agencies at all levels throughout the United States.”

Vinsik previously served as vice president and partner of Unisys Corporation’s global security solutions division.

He has over 18 years of experience as a delivery and solution executive. He also has significant experience in service delivery, business development, and portfolio management of security systems spanning biometrics, law enforcement solutions, video security, and cybersecurity solutions.

MorphoTrak provides biometric and identity management tools such as fingerprint identification, as well as facial and iris recognition, to various areas of the U.S. market, including law enforcement, border control, civil identification, and facility/IT security.

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