Monday, June 27 2022

Breachquest appoints CIO. WElls Fargo’s new chief risk officer. The Department of Homeland Security launched a Cyber Safety Review Board and named new members.

The New York Senate has confirmed that Adrienne Harris will serve as the newest superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services. Harris previously served as acting superintendent. Prior to that, she served as senior advisor of the Treasury Department.

The Department of Homeland Security has launched a Cyber Safety Review Board, a public-private initiative aiming to boost the nation’s cybersecurity. Members of the new review board include the DHS’s under secretary for policy Robert Silvers, Google’s senior director of security engineering Heather Adkins, co-founder and chairman of Silverado Policy Accelerator Dmitri Alperovitch, and more.

Wells Fargo has appointed Derek Flowers as chief risk officer. He most recently served as head of strategic execution and operations. Previously, Flowers led the bank’s credit, counterparty, and market risk management as chief market risk officer and chief credit officer.

Sandy Dunn, a veteran cybersecurity officer, has joined BreachQuest as chief information officer and chief security officer. Prior to this appointment, Dunn served as the chief information security officer at Blue Cross of Idaho.

HDI Global SE appointed Meiki rollecke as head of cyber and financial lines.

HDI Global SE has announced the appointment of Meiki Rollecke as their new head of cyber and financial lines. Rollecke previously served as head of cyber local risk at the German insurance company.

Randall Hunt has joined Caylent as their new vice president of cloud strategy and solutions. Prior to joining this company, Hunt worked with other companies such as Meta, AWS, and NASA.

David Zinsner has been named as Intel‘s new executive vice president and chief financial officer. Zinsner joins Intel from Micron Technology, where he served as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Securonix has hired Edward Rhyne as executive principal and head of cyber-physical systems security. Rhyne formerly served as senior technical advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy and Homeland Security.

International General Insurance Holding, otherwise known as IGI, has nabbed Stav Tsielepis as its new chief risk officer. Tsielepis joins the company from Arch Insurance International, where he was chief risk officer and board member.

Mike Campfield has been appointed as chief revenue officer at SafeGuard Cyber. Campfield brings more than 20 years of experience in technology companies. He most recently worked at ExtraHop.

Thomas Terjesen has joined ASRC Federal as their new senior vice president and chief information officer.

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