Chris Dimitriadis

Chris K. Dimitriadis, Ph.D., CISA, CISM, CRISC, is a board director of ISACA after serving as board chair from 2015-17, and group director of Information Security for INTRALOT (Greece). He has built INTRALOT’s Global Information Security operations and is now responsible for the alignment of the Group’s security strategy with the business needs and the oversight of its execution. In addition to leading information security, information compliance and intellectual property protection at INTRALOT Group, Dimitriadis has designed INTRALOT’s innovation program in 2013 and is heading the office of the CTO, managing business transformation projects since 2015.

Dimitriadis has worked in the area of information security for 16 years, he holds two patents in fraud prevention and game design and has authored more than 150 publications. He has received innovation awards from the European Lotteries Association, and the John W. Lainhart IV award for major contributions to ISACA’s common body of knowledge. He has also received the ISACA Presidents Award for Illustrious Service in 2014. He has served ISACA as a Director for four terms, chaired the Knowledge Board, the External Relations Committee, the COBIT for Security Task Force, and has been a member of the Relations Board, Academic Relations Committee, Journal Editorial Committee and Business Model for Information Security Workgroup. Dimitriadis has also served as a member of the Permanent Stakeholders Group (PSG) of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) for 2012-2015. He holds a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Ph.D. in Information Security.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Chris K. Dimitriadis and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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