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Hulse replaces Hawkins at Marshal

Hulse replaces Hawkins at Marshal

Identifying new partners a focus for new regional VP

Security vendor, Marshal, has appointed Jeremy Hulse as Asia-Pacific vice-president. He replaces Nick Hawkins, who has taken up a new role with the company in the UK.

Prior to his appointment, Hulse was director of security and identity management with Oracle. He has also worked for Cisco as a security services account manager.

Hulse will focus on growing Marshal's client base in the enterprise sector and identifying new partners.

"For now I'm just evaluating the business. I don't see any need to change Marshal's channel strategy and we have no set expansion plans as yet," he said.


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