Mike Newborn currently serves as Navy Federal Credit Union’s Chief Information Security Officer with over 22 years of experience in the Information Security field. He is an experienced cyber leader with a passion for helping people, technology and cyber risk management. Previously, Mike worked for McKinsey & Company where he served as the CISO for McKinsey Digital Labs as well as an Associate Partner where he advised many of the largest global corporations on how to plan, build and execute cybersecurity programs. Prior to joining McKinsey, Mike served as a Bloomberg Chief Security Officer as well as managed the security for global critical infrastructure at VeriSign including the Internet’s DNS, PKI and SS7 systems. Mike has a long history of hands on leadership and has extensive operations experience in network security, vulnerability management, intrusion detection, application security, cloud security and governance risk and compliance.
The CISO or Security Executive has always had an essential role in policy creation and enforcement as well as risk and liability management. However going forward, today’s CISO will be more and more called upon to not only ensure security and protect data, but also to find new sources of value creation for the enterprise. CISOs who possess a mix of both hard technical and analytical skills along with soft interpersonal and leadership skills will be poised to thrive in an expanded role of enterprise value creation, both proactively and reactively.
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