We believe security management, threat detection, and compliance together deliver greater value when combined as a service. Cohesive orchestration and optimization across these disciplines provide our customers with better insights and protection.
Mr. McManamon has more than 20 years of leadership and management experience, driving business results and mission/vision through the use of people, process, and technology. Prior to his role at TECH LOCK, he spent 10 years at RevSpring where he served as Senior Vice President, IT Business Services, and Chief Information Officer. RevSpring acquired TECH LOCK in April 2015.
He is the former CIO of both DANTOM Systems and the General Motor’s business unit, SITEL Corp., a $1B contact center company. At SITEL, he led a new business unit that leveraged web-based technology to provide more than $10 million in additional revenue.
Mr. McManamon’s earlier positions include 14 years at Ford Financial where he managed a $30M IT budget and a team of 100 employees and contractors. He evaluated potential acquisition targets and transformed the company from legacy mainframe applications to Web-based real-time systems.
Mr. McManamon earned a BS in Information Technology from Central Michigan University and an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University in Detroit.
Chief Information Officer
Mr. Meyer previously served as Director of IT for Encore Capital Group where his responsibilities included managing external client support and the software development team for the Cogent Product.
Mr. Meyer earned a BS in Management Science and Computer Systems, as well as a BS in Marketing from Oklahoma State University.
Chief Security Officer
Mr. Akers previously worked as the Chief Technology Officer for Change Dynamix where he oversaw the R&D of its behavioral analytics security platform. Additional experience includes leading a team of security consultants at TruArx and growing Managed Security Services at Netrex, which later became part of IBM Global Security Services.
Prior to working in the private sector, Mr. Akers served in the U.S. Army, Military Police Corp. Special Investigations Unit.