Alert Logic, a provider of security-as-a-service solutions for the cloud, has appointed Paul Marvin as chief financial officer (CFO). In this position, Marvin will be responsible for all of the company’s financial, accounting and human resources operations.
Marvin has previously established himself as a financial leader for growth companies, most recently as CFO of CyrusOne, now Cincinnati Bell, a company specialising in high-availability, high-density data centre services. During his tenure at Cyrus One, the company grew from US$25m to US$60m in annual revenue. Marvin played an instrumental role in driving the company’s US$525m acquisition by Cincinnati Bell. Further, he has held a variety of management positions in both accounting and strategic planning functions at Royal Caribbean Cruises, Loomis Fargo & Co and Clear Channel Entertainment (now Live Nation), in addition to nine years with Price Waterhouse.
Marvin received his BSc in Accounting from St John’s University in Collegeville and is a certified public accountant (CPA). He has held volunteer positions with the United Way, Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation and the New World Symphony.
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