Adrian D. Vergot is the Director of Operations for the firm. Mr. Vergot is an information technology expert with more than 20 years of experience. He started his career with U.S.X. Corporation at their corporate information center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mr. Vergot received an ROTC military scholarship, and upon completion of his undergraduate degree, Mr. Vergot was assigned as an officer in charge of computer and communications systems in support of military operations. He was directly responsible for coordinating and managing the tactical and fixed station wireless communications infrastructure for joint South Korean and U.S. forces. Subsequent assignments included providing secured telecommunications for the 82nd Airborne Light Infantry Division.
Upon promotion, Mr. Vergot was assigned as the Fort Bragg Node Site Coordinator for the Department of Defense DSNET3 wide area network. This network node housed online Top Secret military intelligence databases that supported the entire U.S. Army Intelligence Corps. He was directly responsible for ensuring the continuous operation of all associated data circuits and fixed station telecommunications equipment, as well as all coordination with civilian subcontractors and vendors.
Upon entering the civilian sector, Mr. Vergot worked for a thermodynamics engineering firm as an Information Technology Director. He created an entire IT infrastructure to support the firm, to include a NT/Unix integrated LAN environment. He was also directly responsible for managing the programming and deployment of their computer based training systems, as well as performing duties as their ISO9001 quality director.
Most recently, Adrian Vergot has worked as a Chief Information Officer for a medical company. He was responsible for creating a secured, HIPPA compliant teleradiology networking infrastructure, that implements IPSec standard encrypted Virtual Private Networking tunnels from various locations across the eastern and central US. He is fluent in many of the modern computer programming languages and database structures.
M.S. Computer Engineering, Webster University
B.S. Computer Science, Duquesne University
Honors Diploma, U.S. Army Signal Corps Officer Basic Course