Lee Vorthman Promoted to NetApp US Public Sector Civilian Agencies CTO

Lee Vorthman_1Lee Vorthman, a 16-year technology industry veteran, has confirmed to GovCon Wire that he has been promoted to chief technology officer for federal civilian agencies at NetApp’s (NASDAQ: NTAP) U.S. public sector.

In his new role, he will work to establish the technical direction and overall strategy for the company’s civilian customers.

Vorthman joined NetApp in March 2011 and most recently served as cyber practice lead, where he developed and executed a strategy aimed to address the cybersecurity market for customers in the civilian, defense, intelligence, healthcare and state and local education sectors.

Prior to joining NetApp, Vorthman supported cyber operations at Harris Crucial Security Inc., research and development at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) and served in the U.S. Navy as an intelligence analyst.

He also currently serves on the board of directors for Semper Secure – an organization focused on promoting all aspects of cybersecurity across the state of Virginia.

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