Daniel Jetton Named Evolver Cybersecurity VP

Daniel Jetton, a cybersecurity business executive, has joined Reston, Virginia-based information technology services provider Evolver as vice president of cybersecurity.

He will oversee the expansion of cyber capabilities and facilitate the delivery of cyber operational security, vulnerability management, risk assessments, analytics, diagnostics, cloud security and other services to customers in federal civilian and commercial markets, the company said Tuesday.

Jetton will also work with agency chief information officers and other government partners as part of Evolver’s cybersecurity strategy.

Evolver President Bill Sabo said Jetton is a seasoned cyber professional whose experience will help further build up the company’s cybersecurity business.

Jetton joined Evolver from OBXtek, where he served as VP of cybersecurity and led teams that supported federal agencies, including the State Department, Department of the Treasury and the Navy. He is former CIO at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.

Established in 2000, Evolver is a subsidiary of Converged Security Solutions and operates with over 200 employees focused on delivering IT transformation and cybersecurity platforms and services to government and commercial clients.

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