Campbell, CA – June 1, 2016 – Cyber Electric Systems Security, announced today that technology veteran Hamid Marshall, a technical executive, has been appointed as advisor for technology roadmap and Research and Development operations. Mr. Marshall will set the tempo for Cyber Electric Systems Security’s expansion in cooperation with Cyberwatch Security Communication Systems as the company meets growing worldwide demand for its broad range of wireless video sensor solutions.

Marshall brings to Cyber Electric Systems Security over 17 years of management experience in the video, wireless communication and security sector, leading technology-based organizations. With a background that includes channel expansion, product development and systems integration, Marshall comes to Cyber Electric Systems in joint project with Cyberwatch Security Communication, Inc. (CWSS), a provider of Managed Video Security Services (MVSS), where he is the chief engineer for systems integration and software development.

"We're privileged to have a seasoned professional like Mr. Marshall lead our sensor firmware development unit to the next level of growth," said Ted Garland, CEO of Cyber Electric Systems. "I am confident Hamid will make significant contributions, particularly in expanding our global reach with new partners, customers, and where substantial market opportunities exist."

Said Marshall, “Cyber Electric Systems Security is primed for rapid growth as it capitalizes on escalating demand for open architecture video as sensor and IP storage systems. I’m very pleased to work with the technical leadership of Cyber Electric Systems Security’s continued development, and hope to position the company as a global market leader.”

Prior to CWSS, Marshall served as Sr. engineer engineer for Netgear, Inc. from 2002 to 2006. During his tenure, he led the development of small-to-medium business (SMB) wireless routers and access points. In addition, Marshall served as software development manager for 3COM, Inc. from 1999 to 2002, where he managed a team of development engineers, and contributed to software development for enterprise security applications. Marshall completed PhD course work for video and image processing systems, holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from California State University, East Bay; Master of Electrical Engineering from California State University, Northridge; and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees in Electrical Engineering and Economics from University of California, Los Angeles.