Guidepost Solutions further expands Chicago office

Guidepost Solutions further expands Chicago office
Guidepost Solutions, a global leader in compliance, investigations, and security and technology consulting, has added Dario Lobozzo as senior program manager in the Chicago office for its Security and Technology Consulting group. Mr. Lobozzo is a leading expert consultant in cyber, physical and technical security design and will support the firm’s continued physical and cyber security growth in the Chicago region.

Lobozzo will support security design and consulting services for existing and new client projects including spearheading expansion into critical infrastructure and network security planning and design. He previously served as director of technical solutions with Radiflow and is an expert in North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC CIP) compliance standards. This unique background enables Lobozzo to break down the walls between the three converging silos of information technology, operational technology, and physical security.

“Chicago is an important market for Guidepost Solutions particularly as the city continues to enjoy tremendous growth in the construction of new commercial buildings and relocations of corporate offices. With the addition of Dario, we look forward to growing our client base further and enhancing our physical and cyber security service offerings,” said Guidepost Solutions Security and Technology Consulting Chief Operating Officer John Torres. “Dario brings a wealth of experience that will further augment our service offerings to our clients, and represents our continued commitment to growing Guidepost Solutions Chicago presence.”

Lobozzo previously served in senior roles with Radiflow, a cyber security solutions firm, and previously founded a successful physical and cyber security consulting firm. He is a graduate of the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
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