globality names ciso, DNC hires cso, and Boeing ciso moves to truist financial.
The cyber intelligence sharing organization FS-ISAC appointed Ann Barron-DiCamillo as board chair. Barron-DiCamillo was director of the Homeland Security Department’s US-CERT and he currently heads Citi’s cybersecurity operations globally.
Financial technology company Blackhawk announced that Selim Aissi will be assuming the position of chief information security officer. Aissi has 20 years of experience in the industry, including companies such as ICE Mortgage Technology and Visa.
Truist Financial hired Boeing chief information security officer Howard Whyte. In his new role as Truist CISO, Whyte will integrate cybersecurity practices across the business. In addition to Boeing, he held executive roles at Goldman Sachs, NASA, and the FDIC.
State cybersecurity provider Florida Digital Service hired Jeremy Rogers as chief information security officer. Rogers served ten years in the Navy Reserve, and has assisted multiple government agencies, including the Department of Defense, with cybersecurity analytics.
Health technology company Hound Labs hired Don Boian as chief information security officer. Boian comes to Hound Labs from Huntington Bank where he served as chief security officer and security outreach director.
Cloud security provider Aqua Security hired Paul Calatayud as chief information security officer. Previously, Calatayud worked as chief security officer at Palo Alto Networks, a California-based cybersecurity company that specializes in cloud-based solutions and firewalls.
Divyangi Anchan joined Google’s risk management group. Prior to joining the team, Anchan worked as vice president of engineering, operational risk, compliance, and privacy internal audit at American Express.
AI-powered global services provider Globality hired Ned Pitt as chief information security officer. Pitt comes to Globality from Lam Research, a supplier in the semiconductor industry, where she served as their deputy chief information security officer.
Software company Granicus named Lenny Maly as the new chief information security officer. Maly has more than eleven years of cybersecurity and technology experience with companies such as CapitalOne, Target, and TransUnion.