Jason Fenoglio, Cybersecurity Practice Manager, High Touch Technologies
Jason Fenoglio is an accomplished cybersecurity professional who is enthusiastic about securing data and helping businesses transform their processes and culture to foster a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity. As cybersecurity practice manager at High Touch Technologies, he is responsible for assessing, implementing and reviewing internal administrative, technological and physical security controls while also scaling out cybersecurity best practices and solutions for High Touch’s clients. In this role, one of Fenoglio’s primary goals is to help organizations readjust their business cultures to prioritize data security. Effective cybersecurity requires a comprehensive approach that includes adjusting business practices and implementing technological controls. He emphasizes that protecting a business’s data does not have to come with a hefty price tag; it can often be achieved by applying smaller layers of security and taking advantage of tools most businesses already have. Fenoglio has been committed to lifelong learning and professional development throughout his career. He holds a master’s degree in cybersecurity from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity and information assurance from Western Governors University. He has also earned his Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) and Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) credentials from ISC2. In addition, Fenoglio is a teaching assistant for the security incident and response master-level course for the Georgia Institute of Technology. In his role at High Touch, he has helped the organization achieve important cybersecurity designations, including the Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 1 certification, MSPAlliance MSP Verify Program certification, and AA Cyber Verify rating. Most recently, the Wichita Business Journal featured Fenoglio in its 2023 Young Professionals in Technology publication and the 2024 Emerging Leaders program.