About Anthony Caputo

A dedicated volunteer, Anthony Caputo serves as President of his successful local homeowners association and devotes time as head of his church Finance Council. Mr. Caputo recently concluded a term of service on the Board of the Venture Fund for the State of Maryland, where he participated in the selection of state capital investments.

In 2010, Anthony Caputo was named Man of The Year by Premiere International Who’s Who Registries. Baltimore Magazine recognized Mr. Caputo as the city’s Best CEO in 2005; he had previously received the Entrepreneur of the Year distinction by Ernst & Young.

When time allows, Anthony Caputo plays outdoor sports including tennis and golf. He recently fulfilled the lifelong dream of completing the design and construction of a second home in Hawaii, and enjoys collecting classic automobiles. He completed a Bachelor of Arts at Iona College, where he studied History and Political Science.

Anthony Caputo spent nearly 15 years at global information security company SafeNet, Inc., where he served as CEO. In this role, he oversaw all aspects of company operations, marketing, and technology development, guiding SafeNet from its inception as a small firm to its emergence as an industry leader. Prior to his departure from SafeNet in 2006, Mr. Caputo successfully managed the company’s $700 million sale to Vector Capital.

Earlier in his career, Anthony Caputo worked for the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Comshare Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiary, Tact Technology, Inc., where he offered computer services to bank trusts. Upon graduation from college, he devoted more than a decade to the Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation, working in sales and management.


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