Security executives on the move and in the news

Find up-to-date news of CSO, CISO and other senior security executive appointments.

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Before joining OneLogin, Calmus served as VP of hacker success at HackerOne, the leading bug bounty platform, where he was responsible for representing and cultivating HackerOne’s community of more than 100,000 hackers. Prior to his tenure there, he served as CIO and CSO at Zenefits, was director of enterprise security at Salesforce, and manager of security engineering at LinkedIn.

“Security is paramount as digital transformation empowers businesses with enhanced efficiency and business agility,” said OneLogin CEO Brad Brooks in a press release. “Justin has a unique blend of experience and expertise, and I am delighted to have him leading our efforts.”

“OneLogin is at an exciting stage of its growth from both a business and a technology perspective as it pioneers the new unified access management category,” said Calmus in a press release. “I’m thrilled to be joining the executive team to lead security and compliance efforts as the company moves its vision forward.”

April 10, 2018: Michael Ngo joins ORock Technologies’ executive team as CSO

Ngo is responsible for ensuring the security and compliance of ORock’s infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and cloud service offerings. He recently completed his 28-year military career as a colonel with the US Army, where he directed worldwide network operations and cyber defense for large-scale organizations of over 7 million systems, on 15,000 separate networks, across various security domains.

Prior to joining ORock, Ngo served as COO, Joint Force Headquarters Department of Defense Information Networks (JFHQ-DODIN). He was responsible for command and control of defensive cyberspace activities focusing on unity of command and unity of effort within the DoD to secure, operate, and defend DoD Networks.

“Mike’s deep experience overseeing and protecting critical DoD networks made him the ideal candidate to ensure the security and compliance of ORock solutions,” said Gregory Hrncir, co-founder and CEO of ORock. “We’re excited about the addition of another distinguished military leader to our team of senior executives and advisors.”

Ngo holds a Master of Science in Information Technology Management from the Naval Postgraduate School and graduated as a ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate with a degree in computer science from Millersville University.

April 5, 2018: Matt Palmer leaves CISO role to direct new risk tool at Willis Towers Watson

Palmer oversee the Cyber Risk Profile Diagnostic (CRPD) tool and its development for global advisory, broking, and solutions company Willis Towers Watson. Previously the company’s CISO, he now becomes its

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Matt Palmer, senior director for cyber risk management solutions at Willis Towers Watson

business.

Anthony Dagostino, global head of cyber risk for Willis Towers Watson, said in a press release: “Matt’s excellent track record as CISO and deep knowledge of cyber risk, technology and regulation will be invaluable in supporting our global clients with their own information security programs and leading our innovative new CRDP tool.”

“The benefits of deploying the CRPD tool are numerous and go beyond the structured approach to risk evaluation and control planning,” said Palmer in a press release.  “Ensuring that resources are allocated efficiently for any risk mitigation activities allows companies to improve stakeholder confidence while minimizing the brand and reputational impact in the occurrence of a breach, and also help companies to solve the complex issues around cyber resiliency”.

April 4, 2018: Marzena Fuller named CSO at SignalFx

Fuller joina SignalFx to support the company’s rapidly expanding customer base, strong revenue growth, new partnerships, integrations, and geographic expansion. “We’re at an inflection point as more enterprises are embracing digital transformation and turning to SignalFx as their strategic partner for monitoring their cloud environments in real-time. We’re thrilled to welcome Marzena ... to the team that will take SignalFx to the next level,” said Karthik Rau, co-founder and CEO of SignalFx, in a press release.

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Marzena Fuller, SignalFx CSO

Fuller will lead SignalFx’s security operations, helping the company maintain the highest level of security standards for SignalFx and its enterprise customers. She has extensive experience building security, risk, and compliance programs at big data and machine learning companies, and bringing a customer-oriented approach to information security. Fuller was previously senior director security at Databricks where she was responsible for developing and implementing the company’s security and compliance strategy. Prior to Databricks, she worked as director, security sompliance at Sumo Logic, overseeing the organization’s security, compliance, privacy, risk and data protection programs.

“SignalFx understands that enterprises need to be able to trust their providers with confidential data and assets, so the company takes its stewardship of client data very seriously,” said Fuller in a press release. “I’m excited to help our customers and the SignalFx team standardize and scale best-in-class security practices.”

April 2, 2018: Jesus “Laz” Montano becomes head of enterprise information risk management and CISO for MassMutual

A long-time information technology executive, Montano– Underscoring the importance it places on comprehensive, robust information security and risk management capabilities, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) today named long-time information technology executive Jesus “Laz” Montano as Head of Enterprise Information Risk Management (EIRM) and Chief Information Security Officer. Montano reports to Mark Roellig, MassMutual’s Chief Technology and Administration Officer.

Montano will work closely with the executive leadership team at Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company’s (MassMutual). He will direct a holistic risk management approach across the company, including managing operational and cyber security risks, ensuring all regulatory and compliance requirements are met, and overseeing the safeguarding of MassMutual’s information assets. Montano reports to Mark Roellig, MassMutual’s chief technology and administration officer.

“Laz brings to MassMutual both demonstrated expertise and a deep business insight, built on nearly 30 years of technology and cyber security experience, and we look forward to his contributions as part of our unwavering commitment to best-in-class EIRM practices,” said Roellig in a press release. “Importantly, Laz is also a tremendous advocate of fostering diversity and inclusion, a basic tenet of our organization.”

“Joining MassMutual is a great honor, and I am very excited to be part of an organization that feeds the very passion that has been at the center of most of my career – which is safeguarding customer’s information and empowering those around me to do the same,” said Montano in a press release.

Montano joins MassMutual from Voya Financial, where he served as CISO for the past four years, responsible for providing leadership, management and strategy for all aspects of the company’s technology risk and information security. Montano has also held technology security leadership roles at OpenSky, MetLife, The Travelers Companies and Lucent Technologies.

March 29, 2018: Marcura hires Richard Bell as its external data protection officer

In anticipation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations, which go into effect in May, The Marcura Group, a Dubai-based group of companies focused on providing innovative business solutions to the maritime industry, appointed TenIntelligence Limited's Richard Bell as its external data protection officer (DPO).

Bell will serve as an independent consultant for the entire Group on matters related to GDPR compliance. He currently heads the TenIntelligence Security & Privacy practice, advising companies located in Europe, Middle East, and US on physical and cyber security matters. He served as the CISO and head of cyber security operations & investigations for Transport for London (TfL). He works regularly with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), National Crime Agency (NCA) and the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). He is a Fellow of The Security Institute and a Member of the Association of Security Consultants.

"Marcura has always endeavored to hold itself up to the highest standards of compliance for the benefit of its customers, and this is no different when it comes to meeting its obligations under the GDPR. The GDPR is considered to be the most stringent data protection law in the world, and with its upcoming implementation, the Group has now taken the necessary steps and initiated various measures to comply with it,” said Felix J. Antero, general counsel and chief compliance officer of the Group in a press release.

March 26, 2018: Troels Oerting will lead World Economic Forum’s new Global Centre for Cybersecurity

Oerting is joining the Forum from Barclays where he was Group CSO and Group CISO. Before that, he was at Europol where he held several roles including head of Europol’s Counter Terrorist and Financial Intelligence Centre and notably, head of the European Cybercrime Centre. He began his career in law enforcement and held multiple senior roles within the Danish National Police including Director, Serious Organized Crime Agency and Director of Operations, Danish Security Intelligence Service.

“The Global Centre for Cybersecurity is the first global platform to tackle today’s cyber risks across industries, sectors and in close collaboration with the public sector. I’m glad that we have found a proven leader in the field who is keen and capable to help us address this dark side of the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” said Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in a press release.

The Forum’s Global Centre for Cybersecurity offers the first platform for governments, companies, and international organizations to diminish the impact of malicious activities on web. It will focus on the following aims:

  • Consolidate existing cybersecurity initiatives of the World Economic Forum
  • Establish an independent library of cyber best practices
  • Help partners to enhance knowledge on cybersecurity
  • Work toward an appropriate and agile regulatory framework on cybersecurity
  • Serve as a laboratory and early-warning think tank for future cybersecurity scenarios

March 22, 2018: Sean Valcamp named VP, CISO at MGIC

Valcamp comes to Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation (MGIC) from Avnet, Inc., where he held successive positions of increasing responsibility in the IT department. He served for more than 11 years as Avnet's global security leader and was named the company's first CISO in 2015. Valcomp has 28 years of experience in the technology industry and holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Phoenix.

"Sean will be a great fit in his role at MGIC," said Greg Chi, senior vice president information services and CIO, in a press release. "His leadership credentials and wealth of experience in Information Risk Management and governance practices make him a valuable addition to our team as we support MGIC's ongoing growth. I am delighted to welcome Sean to the company."

March 27, 2018: Doug Yokoyama is the new CIO and CISO at Clarify Health Solutions

Yokoyama will lead data operations at this provider of machine-learning-enabled care optimization, leveraging best-in-class protocols and advanced technologies from a variety of industries to bring the highest levels of fidelity and security to healthcare analytics, risk stratification and care guidance.

With nearly 30 years of experience, Yokoyama has a proven track record for building scalable technology solutions that deliver operational effectiveness and impact for customers. Prior to joining Clarify Health, he was the senior vice president and CIO of Advent Software, a leader in automated portfolio accounting for investment management firms. As the CIO, he led the product development, IT, and data services teams

“With Doug on board, we have a leader with the experience and expertise to deliver the financial services and military-grade security that all healthcare companies should deploy,” said Jean Drouin, MD, CEO and co-founder of Clarify Health, in a press release. “Doug has deep knowledge and experience spearheading data governance process and harnessing both people and technology to advance organizational security measures. We welcome his expertise and contributions as we continue to empower healthcare organizations to succeed in a value-based world, both lowering costs and improving patient outcomes.”

“I’m inspired and impressed by the work the Clarify development and security teams have done to create a safe and scalable framework for processing and storing sensitive data,” said Yokoyama in a press release. “My goal is to continue building on this foundation to enable the company to serve our customers in new ways, including providing patients with more seamless and secure access to their own data.”

March 14, 2018: LenderLive promotes Ian Morgan to CISO

Morgan will be responsible for the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of this mortgage services provider’s information assets. He will partner with LenderLive’s business lines to strengthen existing security controls, setting the strategic direction of information security at LenderLive and adhering to regulatory requirements. He will report to CIO Lorie Helms.

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