Press Release.


Morgan Samuels Places Head of Cybersecurity at Southern California Edison

May 29, 2012 – Morgan Samuels, a leading national human capital consulting firm with a focus on retained executive search, today announced the placement of Glenn Haddox as Head of Cybersecurity for Southern California Edison at Edison International.

Edison International, through its subsidiaries, is a generator and distributor of electric power and an investor in infrastructure and energy assets, including renewable energy.  Edison International is the parent company of Southern California Edison, a regulated electric utility, and Edison Mission Group, a competitive power generation business.  As Head of Cybersecurity, Mr. Haddox will lead a team focused on protecting Southern California Edison’s critical assets.

Mr. Haddox had most recently been the Director, Cyber Security COE and Director, Project Management SPAWAR at Honeywell Technology Solutions, Incorporated.  Previously, Mr. Haddox was the Group Vice President and General Manager, C4I/ISR and Scytale – Prologic, Incorporated at Ultra Electronics Holdings, Public Limited Company.  Mr. Haddox received his BS in Organic Chemistry from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia.

About Morgan Samuels 

Morgan Samuels is a leading human capital consulting firm dedicated to helping its clients realize their vision by identifying and solving their most mission critical human capital imperatives. For over 45 years the firm has created and implemented breakthrough human capital strategies that impact companies at the organizational, team and individual levels.

Complementing its core competency in retained executive search, Morgan Samuels offers additional results-driven consulting solutions designed to unleash the power of human capital and revolutionize leadership performance. Whether it’s through identifying, attracting and acquiring best-in-class talent, or developing, equipping and retaining existing critical talent, Morgan Samuels enables its clients to truly innovate, accelerate, and transform – not just perform.