Cybergy Partners taps Terrence DiVittorio as new president and COO

Tuesday December 22, 2015 Tags: Englewood, Terry DiVittorio, Mark Gray, Cybergy Partners, Cybergy Holdings


ENGLEWOOD -- Cybergy Partners,  a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cybergy Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: CYBG), announced the appointment of Terrence DiVittorio as its new president and COO. Terry_DivittorioUSE

Cybergy Holdings is a leader in cyber security, smart grid and clean energy technologies, data analytics and business intelligence and mission-oriented services for government and commercial clients. 

Cybergy Partners said DiVittorio will provide strategic leadership and day-to-day operational direction to senior management and staff across the Cybergy Partners family of companies that includes New West Technologies, Cybergy Labs, Primetix and Binary Group. 

In addition to directing daily operations and overseeing back-office support functions, 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, Cybergy said. 

“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 Mark Gray, Cybergy Partners CEO. 

“Terry draws upon three decades of experience as a cyber security subject matter expert and in senior management 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.” 

“I’m proud to have this opportunity to lead our family of companies, who today are working side-by-side with our customers in 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,” DiVittorio said.