Jeffrey Voth, former branch chief for cybersecurity, administration and operations at the Department of Agriculture’s forest service, has been promoted to chief cybersecurity architect of the department, G2Xchange ETC reported Thursday. Voth brings over 30 years of systems security experience in the public and private sectors to his new role.
Prior to joining USDA, Voth served as information systems security manager at Tampa, Fla.-based electronics manufacturer Sypris Electronics. He held a similar role at Honeywell and spent time at the U.S. Air Force earlier in his career.
He holds a master’s degree in systems management and information systems from the Florida Institute of Technology, a master’s certification in project management from Villanova University and a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from the University of South Florida.