Andrew Douthwaite is the Vice President of Managed Services at cybersecurity firm, VirtualArmour. In his role, Andrew has ultimate responsibility over the successful delivery of the company's Managed Services offerings within its UK and U.S. operations. As part of the executive leadership team he also plays a vital role in formulating and implementing company strategy.
Mr. Douthwaite has over 15 years of experience in the Information Technology industry, including eight years with VirtualArmour in senior engineering roles. Before joining VirtualArmour, he held security-centric application positions within leading software and telecommunications providers. In 2002, Mr. Douthwaite obtained a BSc in Computer Science (Software Engineering 2:1), graduating with honors.
Outside of work, Andrew enjoys an active lifestyle as a junior soccer coach and fan and likes to blow off steam with early morning Crossfit sessions!
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Andrew Douthwaite and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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