Florida Agency Network Appoints Matthew Froning as Chief Information Security Officer

PLANT CITY, Fla., — Florida Agency Network (FAN) is pleased to announce the addition of Matthew Froning as its chief information security officer (CISO). Froning will drive FAN’s existing information security program, and collaborate with the industry to implement best practices on information security. These complex cyber strategy solutions and partnerships will ensure Florida Agency Network has the most effective, broad security postures.

“We are pleased to welcome Matthew to our team. His reputation, expertise and intimate knowledge of industry best practices will allow us to design and deploy a best-in-class, global security strategy,” said Aaron M. Davis, CEO of Florida Agency Network.

The former Chief Information Officer of an industry leading Information Security Consulting company, Froning has led the charge for improving security processes and procedures for organizations while tightening controls to protect from cyberattacks. A security industry veteran, he developed information security assessment processes which included guidelines and reports aligned with regulatory and ALTA Best Practices. Froning is an Air Force veteran and former federal agent who has investigated, managed and directed computer-related criminal, counterintelligence, counterespionage, fraud and undercover matters for both the federal government and the military.

“Florida Agency Network has been an industry leader in the approach to secure their systems, processes, and the consumer information they are charged with protecting. As part of the team, I look forward to helping FAN continue to enhance their security program and provide the best service and level of security possible for their clients,” said Matthew Froning, CISO of FAN.

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