Washington DC (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
Invizeon Corporation, http://www.invizeon.com formally announced the appointments of Mr. Thomas Gandy, Mr. Barry Marushi, and Mr. Jerry Edgerton to the company’s senior advisory board. David Todd, CEO of Invizeon stated, “We are excited and honored to have these gentlemen actively engaged on the Invizeon team. They represent more than a century of senior level government and private sector experience in fields ranging from law enforcement and maritime security to national intelligence, special operations and telecommunications. The depth of their collective experience and expertise is a strong asset contributing to the advancement of Invizeon and our subsidiaries.”
Mr. Thomas Gandy brings to the Invizeon team more than 25 years of experience in policy development, command, control, oversight, and execution of global intelligence engagement and security activities. This experience includes oversight of projects for the Department of Defense (DoD), US Army, US Special Operations Command, and for several government agencies, including the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the National Security Agency (NSA), and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Mr. Gandy began his career in the US Army where he achieved the rank of Colonel before his retirement from service. Mr. Gandy then moved on to a number of senior leadership positions, including Chief Technology Officer of Counterintelligence Field Activity at the DoD, Assistant Director of Intelligence (G2) with the Department of the Army, Deputy Chief Technology Officer at the NSA, Senior Executive at the DIA, and Deputy Director of the DIA’s Middle East and Africa Regional Center.
Mr. Barry Marushi is the former Director of Maritime Security for Carnival Corporation and was responsible for developing, implementing, and managing security policies and procedures for all 101 cruise vessels operated by the ten cruise lines owned by Carnival Corporation. Prior to joining Carnival, Mr. Marushi had a distinguished career in the United States Navy where he joined the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) as a Special Agent in 1987. Over his thirty year career in the Navy, Mr. Marushi specialized in counterintelligence (CI), counter-terrorism (CT), and force protection operations around the world. Prior to retiring from the Navy he was selected to be the Deputy Assistant Director for Operations, National Security Directorate, NCIS Headquarters, responsible for all NCIS CI/CT operations worldwide to include strategic CI/CT operations, CI/CT collection efforts, and all proactive force protection efforts worldwide.
Jerry Edgerton is widely known and respected in the telecommunications industry and provides more than 30 years of experience in bringing advanced communications technology to government and commercial clients. Most notably he served as the President of Verizon Federal where he led their federal government business unit for more than 20 years. Mr. Edgerton built the MCI/Verizon government unit from its foundation and turned it into a $3 billion enterprise, widely regarded as the premier telecommunications organization serving the federal government. Additionally Mr. Edgerton has served as the CEO of Command Information, the President of Government Markets for Core 180, the President of Global Services for iNETWORKS Group, and most recently as the CEO of Cumulus Solutions. He also has extensive experience as both a C suite executive and board member for both startups and publicly traded companies, and he currently serves on the board of a NYSE listed communications provider.
About Invizeon Corporation, http://www.invizeon.com
Invizeon Corporation was established in 2000 to address emerging global security concerns and provide advanced solutions to government and commercial customers around the world. Today Invizeon owns and develops a growing number of strategic businesses and software platforms that operate at the intersection of mission critical security and economic innovation.
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