Movers and Shakers is back! Routh joins Aetna as CISO

Movers and Shakers has relaunched and we have several new announcements

Movers and Shakers was down for a few weeks, but we are back now and, as part of the relaunch, we have several new industry announcements to tell you about.

-James (Jim) Routh has joined Aetna as Chief Information Security Officer. Routh will be responsible for Aetna’s information security vision, strategy and overall program to ensure its global information assets are adequately protected.   

With over 20 years of experience, Routh has a demonstrated track record of assessing the highest risk vulnerabilities for enterprises and implementing risk strategies that aligns closely with their business strategies. He brings a deep understanding of security, business continuity and compliance issues. In his most recent position, Routh was the Global Head of Application Security for J.P. Morgan Chase. Earlier in his career, Routh was CISO for KPMG, Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, and American Express. 

-HR Plus, www.hrplus.com, a provider of solutions for employment and background screening, and division of AlliedBarton Security Services, announced the appointment of James P. Bar as Vice President, Account Management and Sales Operations. He joins HR Plus with more than 30 years of sales operations and marketing experience.

Prior to HR Plus, Bar operated his own consulting business and specialized in successfully improving sales performance and operations for organizations. He also has leadership experience in sales operations with several national and international organizations, including Buck Consultants, FedEx Kinko’s and Manpower.

 -Stach & Liu, an enterprise security consulting firm, has relaunched as “Bishop Fox.” 

Bishop Fox offers a combination of “offensive” services, including assessment and penetration testing, and “defensive” services focused on enterprises’ security strategies to help companies establish more effective security programs.

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