Saturday, September 24 2022

TransUnion, Kovrr, and JLL nab new CISOs.

TransUnion, a consumer credit reporting agency based in Chicago, has named Bill Shields as its chief information security officer. Shields joins the company from Visa.

Joe SIlva, chief information security officer at JLL

Kovrr, an Israel-based cyber risk modelling platform provider, nabbed Philippe Vuilleumier as a member of the company’s chief information security officer advisory board. Philippe also serves as the head of global security at Swisscom.

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), a Chicago-based real estate services company, has appointed Joe Silva as its chief information security officer. Silva joins JLL from TransUnion.

Corvus Insurance, a Massachusetts-based provider of smart commercial insurance products, named Vincent Weafer as its new chief technology officer. Weafer previously served as senior vice president of cyber engineering at Capital One.

GlobalBlock, a United Kingdom-based provider of digital asset brokerage services, has appointed Rodney Prescott as its chief technology officer. Prescott brings experience in blockchain, digital assets, and banking.

Read more cybersecurity people moves from SecureDisruptions here.

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