Mike Tiddy is the Chief Information Security Officer at BNSF Railway. He is responsible for managing all cyber security issues including security architecture, identity and access management, security infrastructure, application security, security operations and cyber incident response.
Mike joined BNSF in November of 2017. He has 25+ years of experience in information technology management and various leadership roles as a military officer, government operations manager, corporate lobbyist, and other various network engineering and security organizations. Prior to BNSF, Mike was most recently with Sabre Corporation, leading their security architecture, threat management, incident response and security operations teams. He also served in several leadership roles in the U.S. government. Mike served our military retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. He has an extensive background leading teams in data management, network architectures, forensics, security engineering and 24/7 operations.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, University of Oklahoma
Master of Science in Information Technology Management, Naval Postgraduate School
BNSF Railway Company is one of North America’s leading freight transportation companies. BNSF owns or operates approximately 32,500 route miles of track in 28 states and also operates in three Canadian provinces. BNSF is one of the top transporters of consumer goods, grain and agricultural products, low-sulfur coal and industrial goods such as petroleum, chemicals, housing materials, food and beverages. BNSF’s shipments help feed, clothe, supply and power American homes and businesses every day. BNSF and its employees have developed one of the most technologically advanced and efficient railroads in the industry. We work continuously to improve the value of the safety, service, energy and environmental benefits we provide to our customers and the communities we serve.
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