VP Information On Security Executives. The top ranks that incorporate safety see a high shift as businesses seek to respond to the changing dangerous environment. Further, a number of organizations are recruiting a CSO or a CISO for the first time to support a deeper investment in information security.
CSO’s Movers & Shakers provides fresh senior security hires and even some insight into the latter’s pattern. Ask Michael Nadeau, senior editor. Moreover, if you have an announcement for yours that you want us to add here.
IntSights adds CSO member
August 21, 2019: Etay Maor is added to the CSO team by IntSights
Maor is heading the defense consulting activity of the threat analysis business. Further, he worked with IBM XForce, RSA, and Trusteer before. Maor led the development and implementation of IBM XForce cyber field operations during his tenure with IBM XForce. Thereby, at RSA, the lab was converted and the model was streamlined and scalable.
“I am looking forward to working with customers in IntSights and the industry to help security leaders reach the next level of their intelligence threat,” Maor said in a press release
At major industry conventions, Maor is a regular host. Further, it also draws his perspectives into the cybersecurity coverage of the day from global news sources.
CISO and ventures investor
20 Aug 2019: David Shefter is a CISO and ventures investor in Landmark Ventures
Shefter is leading the cyber technology activities of the financial consulting business. Furthermore, the acquisition plan for an expanded portfolio and prospects of cybersecurity customers. Therefore, he succeeded in guiding Ziften’s technological and market approach, significant advancement at Citigroup, sales growth at IBM, and penetration of emerging non-owner innovation markets at DEC.
“David Shefter has extensive expertise in evaluation and advice for major firms in their strategic safety position in the area of new cybersecurity,” Anthony Juliano, CTO and General Partner of Landmark Ventures, said in a press release. “Complexity is getting more and more human as cybersecurity problems grow rapidly. Besides, David brings genuine experience in subject matter, deep CISO contacts, and an analysis of the threatening ecosystem.
Gemini Trust Co. recruits
Gemini Trust Co. recruits David Damato as CSO August 19, 2019;
Damato will lead the crypto-monetary and custodian security scheme for Gemini. Further, he brings more than twenty years of experience in protection leadership to Tyler Winklevoss, CEO of Gemini.
Damato worked as CSO for a private computer security firm Tanium before joining Gemini. At Tanium, it was in charge of developing a mature cyber-security unit that developed security technologies to defend government departments, Fortune 500 businesses, and banks worldwide. Besides, he was also an early member of the Cybersecurity business Mandiant management team. Furthermore, in the PricewaterhouseCoopers and Raytheon, he has performed positions.
“Health is the pillar of our society,” Winklevoss said in a press release. “Dave’s contributes to this legacy. “Furthermore, his depth of security knowledge and his experience defending global networks will be invaluable as we continue to build the market’s most secure cryptocurrency.”