Dean Dorton Technology Launches Full-Service Cybersecurity Services

Gui Cozzi

Dean Dorton Technology, of Lexington, Ky.-based Dean Dorton Allen Ford (FY17 net revenue of $30.8 million), a provider of managed IT, software, hardware and cloud solutions, announces the launch of its cybersecurity practice.

Leading the practice is Gui Cozzi, who joins Dean Dorton Technology with more than 20 years of experience in cybersecurity. He has successfully implemented pragmatic and risk-based security programs to meet compliance with organizations’ security requirements. Gui leads a team responsible for delivering enterprise cybersecurity services and personally specializes in information security program development, implementation and assessment.

Prior to joining Dean Dorton, Cozzi served in various information security leadership roles, including implementing the security risk management program for one of the nation’s largest health systems, leading teams of cybersecurity consultants, and serving as chief information security officers for organizations in various industries.

As enterprise cybersecurity awareness continues to evolve, so do the layers of protection any business or nonprofit organization needs. From user awareness training to vendor management, Dean Dorton Technology’s new cybersecurity team helps clients regularly diagnose, manage and mitigate their cybersecurity risks, the firm says.

Jason Miller

Dean Dorton Technology’s team provides holistic solutions that can be scaled from small nonprofit organizations to large public companies.

“As cyberattacks become an everyday occurrence, it is essential organizations adapt their cyber-governance programs and take proactive steps to ensure they are compliant and protected across the board,” says Jason Miller, director of business consulting services. “Many security controls and systems are behind the scenes and until they are comprised organizations may not know if they are providing the level of protection they expect and at that point too much damage has already occurred.”