Chad is President of CompSec. He serves and supports CompSec’s government customers, helping them to identify and integrate proven technology from CompSec’s vendor partners into their mission solutions. Chad also supports the management and growth of the firm, and handles the day-to-day operations.
Chad has worked with the IC for over 15 years. He began his career in the government as a linguist and analyst in the United States Marine Corps, and was stationed at the National Security Agency at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland. Proficient in several dialects of Arabic and serving three tours in the Middle East, Sgt. Wagner was a highly decorated NCO before separating in 1996.
During the next few years, Chad designed and developed applications supporting the government’s analytical efforts, becoming proficient in understanding how to technically meet the analytical needs of his users. He served with such firms as Rational, ObjectFX, and MetaCarta before joining CompSec, always focusing on the IC and the government customer. Chad is an avid technologist and stays current on trends in all types of technology, business, and the Intelligence Community. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland.
Cabot Davis is Vice President and Partner Manager for CompSec. He has worked in Information Technology for over 20 years, with a special focus on the government and IC marketplace. Cabot serves as the driver for CompSec’s partner programs, providing support and services for CompSec’s vendor and integrator partners.
Before joining CompSec, Cabot served as Director of New Business Development for COMPASS Information Systems; he also held the position of Facility Security Officer for the firm. Cabot has worked with industry leaders such as Computer Associates, as well as with startups and small solution-driven firms in Information Technology, particularly the divisions focused on serving the IC and government. Cabot is a graduate of Emory & Henry College, and sits on the college’s Alumnae Board. He has also served as the Greater DC Region Alumnae Chair for his alma mater.