Chief Solutions Officer
Martin Rieger, Chief Solutions Officer at stackArmor
In the role, Rieger leads the company’s solutions team and manages technology investments focused on the critical needs of cloud service providers and independent software vendors looking for security and compliance services.
StackArmor’s services support companies that need to comply with the Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement, among others, according to his profile posted on LinkedIn.
Rieger has served as CSO of stackArmor since May 2020, joining the company from Penguin Computing, which is based in Washington, D.C. At Penguin Computing, the IT veteran worked as vice president of compliance and risk management, a role that involved maintaining the company’s enterprise vision, strategy and federal cloud security program.
Prior to working for Penguin Computing, Rieger spent more than four years at Emagine IT, with his last 18 months there spent as VP of cybersecurity and risk management.
Earlier in his career in the private sector, he worked as an information assurance analyst for CACI International, where he supported the U.S. Naval Personnel Command.
Rieger joined the private sector in 2009 after 10 years in the U.S. Navy as a technician focused on information systems.
The stackArmor CSO holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, health and nutrition from Sam Houston University. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems security and a master’s degree in information systems management from American Sentinel University, Denver.
Additionally, Rieger is a graduate of James Madison University with a Master of Business Administration degree focused on information security.
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