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Terry DiVittorio Appointed KCG Cybersecurity VP; Dusty Wince Comments

KCG logoTerry DiVittorio, formerly a director for Blue Canopy‘s cybersecurity business unit, has joined Knowledge Consulting Group as vice president of cybersecurity strategy and solutions development.

The more than 20-year industry veteran will be charged with developing strategies to grow KCG’s portfolio of network defense, incident response and security offerings, KCG said Monday.

Dusty Wince
Dusty Wince

DiVittorio, a certified information systems security professional, will also lead business development and pursuit of new business in the government market in his new position.

“Terry’s work serving some of the most demanding customers in the defense, intelligence and law enforcement space will be invaluable to KCG’s cybersecurity mission, ” said Dusty Wince, KCG’s founder and CEO.

DiVittorio has also served as director of Computer Sciences Corp.‘s (NYSE: CSC) cyber operations and worked with national security customers in that role.

The Persian Gulf War veteran served in the U.S. Air Force between 1984 and 2000.

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