WASHINGTON, May 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Greystones Consulting Group, The D.C. based professional consulting, Information Technology and Engineering firm, has named Mr. Malcolm "Mack" Martin as their new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Mack, a retired US Naval Officer, most recently served as the US Army Cyber Center of Excellence Support Element Chief and Transformation & Technology Integration Officer. During this time he was the primary advisor to the Commanding General and other key officials for decisions on how US Army Cyber Command and the Army Cyber Center of Excellence could most effectively apply cyber, electronic warfare (EW) and electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) technologies and methods that integrate the full range of capability development solutions within the DoD. Being a visionary for transformation, his developments of operational concepts and recommendations for solutions are now codified in Army doctrine and force modernization efforts.
In this new role as CTO, he works closely with the executive team and others to craft and communicate the company's strategic vision and its direction, transforms this vision into the company's long-term strategy for pioneering new markets and opportunities, and ensures the company's short- and long-term growth. He has direct impact over the evolution of the company's products and services, and is key in aligning cross-company departments. His new role will continue being a visionary for transformation, as he redefines this vision into the company's long-term strategy for pioneering new markets and opportunities, and ensures the company's short- and long-term growth.
In his career, Mr. Martin has been essential to the creation of institutional frameworks for long term development and sustainment of cyber and EW capabilities. He will bring this same level of innovation to Greystones. Greystones currently serves multiple federal government agencies including the Naval Sea Systems Command, Training and Doctrine Command, Office of Naval Research, Air National Guard, and U.S. Army Cyber Command.
SOURCE Greystones Consulting Group