Talented and driven Technology and Cyber-security executive with proven growth oriented track record designing, implementing Strategic Initiatives, able to Handle Multiple Priorities across the dividing line as both CIO and CISO, leading Information Technology and Security programs for Fortune 500 and other large global organizations through the strategy, design and. Outstanding background in transformation, spearheading product and growth strategy for technology strategic planning considering Compliance, Information Protection, Security Operations Center (SOC), Network, Data Integrity, Vendor Management and Systems Management for systems security engineering to include desktops, laptops, servers and mainframes.
Driving growth from concept, through selection, design and integration of new technology capabilities, ensuring competitive positioning and shaping the organization and gaining buy-in from business groups. Revitalized and modernized with investments in innovative solutions, achieving reduced costs, streamlined operations, and increased revenue.
Demonstrated success in driving all aspects of program lifecycle, from initial concept and requirements through design, development, sales and implementation, including managing executive relationships and external relationships. Global experience in Information Security and IT architecture across multiple industries with focus on Financial services, Banking, Telecom, Higher Education and Media.
Fluent in Portuguese, French, and Spanish. International Experience at Global level Information Security strategy and planning Information Security assessment and audits Cross Industry Expertise and Experience SOX, GLBA, NIST, PCI, ISO27000 programs Large scale platforms and infrastructures High Availability Secure Datacenter platforms
Ongoing technological innovations like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are transforming many enterprises for the better, but they are also creating opportunity for a new breed of ‘smart’ attacks. The ability to scale and carry out attacks is extremely enticing to cybercriminals, including the use of intelligent malware. The rise of these new security threats means that security professionals must be extra vigilant with detection and training against these threats, while also adopting new methods of automated prevention methods.
Cyber defenders have been researching and working on their machine learning/AI/deep learning strategies for a long time. We expect that these technologies will also empower adversaries to create more powerful attacks through a new generation of tools, tactics and procedures.
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