Chad Massaker

CEO & President, Certified HIPAA Security Professional (CHSP)

“Building a strong company culture focused on our core values is the most important part of my role at Carceron. We have unheard of retention rates for both employees and clients in our industry. Many of our clients have been with us for over 10 years!”

Chad’s reputation and 17+ years as a business and civic leader have earned him numerous honors. He has had the privilege to serve on many nonprofit boards, speak on a variety of topics, and garner both local and national recognitions. He is an alumni of Cobb County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Cobb Program, a Top 5 Finalist for the 2010 Metro Atlanta Small Business Person of the Year Award, and has been named to the MSPmentor Top 250 list numerous times ranking him amongst the most influential managed it services provider executives in the world.

Chad is the recipient of over a dozen gold medals in Brazilain Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and is nationally recognizes as a gold medalist in the 2013 International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation’s annual Pan Am tournament, the largest, most prestigious BJJ tournament in the world. He is also the founder of Speakeasy, an exclusive, members-only club, for B2B business owners, executives, and principles of Carceron clients.

Jeffrey Lee

CTO & Executive Vice President

“Being ‘in the trenches’ - leading the team in researching, devising, and testing Carceron’s solutions for optimum performance - is a passion that drives me and allows us to develop cost-effective technology solutions that keep our customers on the leading edge so they can focus on driving business growth without worrying about their infrastructure.”

For 20 years, Jeffrey has been an information technology consultant for some of Atlanta’s higher profile businesses and individuals. He holds an MBA with an emphasis on information systems from Kennesaw State University where he founded and managed a computer store that created revenue in excess of two million dollars annually.


  • Be Secure: Protect your castle at all costs
  • Be Proactive: An ounce of prevention is 100 pounds of cure
  • Be Competent: Time to resolution must always be improving
  • Be Patient: End Users who don’t know what they are doing are we are in business
  • Be Nice: The secret to keeping clients starts and ends here


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Since our inception in 2002, Carceron has held as part of our core values the importance of giving back to the community. These are some of the organizations Carceron has had the privilege of serving.

Technology Association of GeorgiaKiwanis Leadership CobbCenter For Family ResourcesKennesaw Business AssociationMarietta Business Association  Kennesaw Charter Science & Match AcademySpecial OlympicsCobb County Schools, Facilities & Technology Committee (SPLOST Oversight)     Theatre In The Squarelogo12logo13tapestri-logo  logo

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