Terry DiVittorio named president and chief operating officer of Cybergy Partners
Cybergy Partners, an Englewood, CO-based, wholly-owned subsidiary of Cybergy Holdings, Inc., announced on December 21 the appointment of Terrence “Terry” DiVittorio as its new President and Chief Operating Officer (COO).
In his new role, Mr. DiVittorio will provide strategic leadership and day-to-day operational direction to senior management and staff across the Cybergy Partners family of companies to include New West Technologies, Cybergy Labs, Primetrix, and the most recent acquisition, Binary Group. In addition to directing daily operations and overseeing back-office support functions, Mr. DiVittorio will be responsible for ensuring the continued delivery of client-facing mission support solutions and services for the entire portfolio of customers across the four member companies.
“Terry’s promotion is the logical step in the next phase of growth for Cybergy Partners, and it also reflects the tremendously important role he played this past year in repositioning member companies Cybergy Labs and New West Technologies, both with strong footing for continued progress in 2016,” said Cybergy Partners CEO and Chairman Mark Gray. “Terry draws upon three decades of experience as a cybersecurity subject matter expert and in senior managerial roles for leading federal and defense contractors. We were extremely lucky to bring Terry on board, and I’m very happy to have him in this new leadership position.”
Among his achievements in 2015, Mr. DiVittorio was instrumental in helping Cybergy Labs develop its cybersecurity business services and solutions, including establishing a strategic partnership with LanTech, a premiere public and private Cloud Service Provider. Through this partnership, Cybergy Labs provides enhanced security to LanTech Cloud customers with Cybergy Labs’ proprietary SmartFile technology. The partnership also linked LanTech’s Cloud Infrastructure with Cybergy Labs cyber operations expertise in the design, development, and launch of Cybergy Labs’ Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) platform.
He also played a key role in FireEye Mandiant’s selection of Cybergy Labs as a FireEye Fuel Partner. Under that partnership, Cybergy Partners’ customers have access to the FireEye suite of products along with the Mandiant incident response investigation services supported by the SmartFile sensor and tracking technology. This partnership further evolved under Terry’s leadership to include several joint pursuits to provide cyber operations and incident response support to federal customers.
As COO of New West Technologies, Mr. DiVittorio led the company through its maturation phase, including the successful Mission Oriented Technical Support (MOTS) contract award and launch for start of work for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). This three-year, $85 million contract award provides EERE thought leadership, subject matter expertise, and proven experience in support of critical programs and initiatives within EERE. He also enhanced operational procedures to include more effective contract management and service delivery along with a more efficient business development process to strengthen the company’s capture activities and increase the probability of win on future pursuits. Together these have put New West in a much stronger position for growth – characterized by a more diversified contract portfolio and a bolstered pipeline of new work – heading into 2016.
Mr. DiVittorio will also guide and direct new strategic growth opportunities for Binary Group.
“There is a real opportunity for Binary to grow thanks to what is now the ready ability to integrate its mission-oriented data analytics and business intelligence capabilities with Cybergy Labs’ SmartFile technology and MSSP platform for commercial and government clients,” said Rose Wang, CEO of Binary Group and the new Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) of Cybergy Partners. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with Terry, a proven industry leader, and explore the multiple opportunities ahead of us where we can leverage our combined deep experience and expertise to drive a tech-to-market strategy and implement a wide array of emergent solutions.”
Prior to his appointment as Chief Operating Officer of New West Technologies, Mr. DiVittorio held senior executive roles at both large and mid-sized companies to include Director of Cyber Operations for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) where he managed a multi-million dollar cyber-operations portfolio. He also held executive management positions at Booz Allen Hamilton and Knowledge Consulting Group (KCG) and built a successful cybersecurity practice at Project Performance Corporation prior to its acquisition in 2008.
In reflecting on his new roles, Mr. DiVittorio stated: “I joined Cybergy Partners because of its commitment to delivering the best mission-oriented services and solutions to clients in areas that I am passionate about and committed to serving, such as cybersecurity, smart grid and clean energy technologies, and business intelligence. I have dedicated myself to ensuring that everyone who works for the Cybergy family of companies has a clear vision and support network to deliver the very best results for our customers, and do it with an unwavering commitment to excellence.
“I’m proud to have this opportunity to lead our family of companies who today are working side-by-side with our customers on some of the most challenging issues and problems facing the critical national security, energy and environmental, and high-technology sectors across government and private industry.”
Source: Cybergy Holdings, Inc.