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Geographic Solutions is thrilled to welcome Felipe Medina as the company’s new Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

In his new role, Felipe will be responsible for overseeing the company's security program, including maintaining security compliance initiatives, implementing cybersecurity policies, and monitoring Geographic Solutions’ software and hardware networks. He will also work closely with the Information Technology team to design, manage, and implement various strategies to improve security processes and procedures internally for employees and externally for clients.

"We are thrilled to welcome Felipe Medina to the Geographic Solutions team," said Paul Toomey, President and Founder of Geographic Solutions. "His extensive experience and expertise in information security will be invaluable as we continue to prioritize the protection of our clients. We are confident that under Felipe's leadership, Geographic Solutions will further strengthen its position as a trusted provider of workforce development software solutions." 

Felipe brings over 16 years of experience in information security and technology management to Geographic Solutions. Most recently, Felipe worked as the Business Information Security Officer for BankUnited, where he was responsible for designing and implementing the company’s security program. Before that, Felipe worked for DigitalEra Group as the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Technology Officer where he oversaw all technical aspects of the company, including the hiring and training of IT personnel, leading a team of service engineers, and delivering highly technical software deployments with platforms such as Splunk, McAfee, Cylance, and others.

Felipe is actively involved within the St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay cyber communities and mentorship programs. In addition to being a founding member of the Tampa Bay and Miami CISO Executive Networks, he is a contributing member of the Cyber Ohana Project, the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, and the Tampa Bay Infragard. Moreover, Felipe is an instructor and advisory board member for Miami Dade College and Keiser University.

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