At BlueArmor, we love helping our clients, celebrating wins, learning from losses, encouraging and challenging each other, and having fun!

We value our employees, professionalism, serving others, and a little adventure.  We also have an obsession with cybersecurity that drives us to find the best solution for your business to combat cybersecurity threats as vigilant as the bad actors on the other end.

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Our mission is to provide sophisticated and customized managed security services to small and medium sized businesses.

Our unique business model allows us to provide a sophisticated level of service, once only obtainable by larger companies, at a fair price. In addition, because BlueArmor focuses on nurturing and positively engaging our employees, we can attract, challenge, and retain top talent, ultimately providing the best experience for our clients.


Andrew Nelson, Founder and CEO
“Helping others succeed is what brings me the most satisfaction and joy.”

"And I enjoy the application of technology – especially cybersecurity. I appreciate the processes and disciplines needed to effectively manage cybersecurity programs and share a distaste for bad actors looking to compromise the digital assets of our country’s businesses. Helping our clients understand what can be complicated and overwhelming is one of our strengths."

Andrew has been in the technology industry for over 15 years serving in various roles. He spent over seven years at one of the Southeast’s top IT Cybersecurity firms for the enterprise market - Stalwart Systems Group. He’s served in management and leadership roles for three Managed Services Providers (MSP) and led a firm through an acquisition by a publicly traded company. His passion for cybersecurity, helping clients, mentoring and growing great people, and his need to provide the best client service led him to form BlueArmor in early 2019. Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, just about anything outdoors, and is a member of Hope Community Church.

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility, value others above yourself.” (Philippians 2:3)