SWIFT hires Standard Chartered’s CISO, The National Australia Bank appoints a new CSO, and Deloitte hires two technology directors.
SWIFT appointed Cheri McGuire as chief technology officer. She joins the interbank payments network from Standard Chartered, where she was chief information security officer.
Common Securitization Solutions (CSS), a mortgage securitization platform, has hired Kelly Isikoff as chief information security officer. She previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a cybersecurity business and strategy advisor.
Deloitte has hired Michael Cracroft, former chief technology and security officer of Australian government agency Service NSW, as cyber and cloud director in its risk advisory services practice.
The National Australia Bank has announced Sandro Bucchianeri as its new chief security officer. Bucchianeri formerly held a security executive role in Absa Group, a South African finance company.
Credit Suisse has appointed Goldman Sachs veteran David Wildermuth as its new Chief Risk Officer. Wildermuth previously worked at Goldman Sachs as its Chief Risk Officer.
Drata, a next-gen security and compliance automation company, has appointed Ross Hosman as chief information security officer. He developed an automation-focused security strategy for JPMorgan Chase as the financial institution’s head of cloud security.
Noname Security, a California-based Application Programming Interface (API) security company, has announced that Karl Mattson will be its first chief information security officer (CISO). He joined Noname Security from mortgage lender PennyMac Loan Services where he held the same title.
Neocova, a provider cloud-native data solutions for credit unions and community banks, hired Dino Pietropaolo as chief technology officer and Aldo Pietropaolo as chief solutions officer.
YouHodler, a Swiss fintech planform that assists people in accessing the crypto economy, has announced Igor Bannikov as chief risk and compliance officer.