Cisco loses another physical security exec

Following former Cisco Director of Physical Security for Worldwide Channels. Mark Kolar out the Cisco door is Bob Beliles,

who co-founded the Cisco Converged Secure Infrastructure Business Unit. Beliles is joining access control company Hirsch Electronics as  vice president of enterprise business development, reports As Cisco Senior Manager, Physical Security Market Management, Chief Marketing Office, Beliles oversaw Cisco's acquisition of Sypixx Networks, a video surveillance systems vendor, and launched physical security as one of Cisco's emerging technologies.

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