TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vology, a leading Managed IT Service Provider, announced today that Scott Caschette has been named to Chief Information Security Officer.
Promoted from Senior Technology Strategist, Caschette, the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2016 Chief Information Officer of the Year, will lead Vology’s managed security practice, proactively protecting the company’s customers and employees against accelerating cybersecurity threats.
“In less than a year, Scott has become an integral part of the Vology team, offering distinctive insight as a former CIO for one of our customers,” said Barry Shevlin, CEO of Vology. “With his pragmatic approach to problem solving and his security background, he was the ideal choice to take the CISO role and build out our managed security practice.”
“By combining our world-class Network Operations Centers, partner relationships, nationwide network, and extensive skill sets in enterprise security, Vology is uniquely positioned to deliver managed security offerings to its customers,” said Caschette. “In the ever-changing environment of cyber threats, organizations are faced with challenges from policy creation to threat mitigation and remediation. Vology’s security offerings allow its customers to focus on their business with the peace of mind knowing their compliance, regulatory, and reputational risks are being proactively addressed.”
Caschette has more than 25 years of experience in providing a clear vision and decisive leadership in the design and implementation of enterprise technology. Prior to joining Vology in November 2016, Caschette served as CIO at Albertelli Law for more than four years. There, he developed and executed a complete technology transformation, successfully modernizing, securing, and ensuring compliance in infrastructure, data management, disaster recovery, vendor management, delivery, and sustainability. Caschette holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management of Information Systems from Front Range College.
Caschette is actively involved in multiple organizations with strong commitments to advancing the local tech community. In addition to his role on the CIO Executive Council, Caschette is an advocate for the Tampa Bay Technology Forum. He currently serves on the events committee, and he was one of four judges for the group’s Annual Industry Achievement Awards in 2014 and 2015. Caschette is also an advisory board member to several companies and start-ups.
Vology, a leading Managed IT Service Provider, currently monitors, manages, and maintains 260,000 devices at more than 32,000 locations through its two geographically redundant, U.S.-based, 24/7/365 Network Operations Centers and its nationwide network of more than 2,200 fully vetted field technicians. Vology, an Inc. 5000-ranked fastest growing private company for 11 consecutive years, is headquartered in Clearwater, Florida. Vology employs more than 400 people across the U.S., 50 percent of whom are certified technical professionals and engineers.