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Peter Fizelle, CISO, Asian Development Bank

Peter Fizelle spent many years working in cybersecurity, starting in an intelligence agency, onto managed service providers, consulting and then various commercial banks, first in Australia, then Singapore and most recently in Hong Kong. “It was the financial services sector that had the money and the mindset to be early adopters of internet security,” he…

It starts from the search Sometimes it’s the simplest things we happen to do that change the course of our lives. For Jason Witty, it is typing a four-letter word – “hack” – into a search engine bar that led him to a career, no, a life, in information security. That search turned up results…

In a job interview just out of college in 1995, Angel Redoble was asked if he had any experience with computers. An engineer by training, Angel said he had none. Fortunately, the boss was a friend of his sister. She hired him as an allowance-based trainee at one of the first Internet service providers in…

John Whiting, CSO, DDB Worldwide

You might say that John Whiting is a self-made Chief Security Officer. He didn’t start out to pursue any sort of information security career, or even an IT career. Whiting went to John Jay College, part of City University of New York, for a pre-law program. He graduated with a degree in Legal Studies. During…

Seth McCallister, HUB International

Seth McCallister, Chief Information Security Officer, HUB International Protecting information assets for a Fortune 500 company and managing a farm may not appear to have much in common, unless you’re viewing both through the eyes of insurance company CISO Seth McCallister. Both are macro organizational systems with micro components, he says. And the organizational work…

Vanessa Pegueros, VP and CISO, DocuSign

Vanessa Pegueros, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, DocuSign Vanessa Pegueros calls herself an “education nut.” She loves learning in all its aspects. “I’ve always loved math and science from the very beginning of when I was young. I was one of those weird kids that used to read Scientific America in grammar school.…