Christopher R. Barber, EVP & CIO, Commonwealth Business Bank
Historically institutions primarily focused on the detection and protection of possible Information Security breaches. However in today’s environment, defending against possible breaches is no longer enough.
Gregory Schwartz, CIO, Scottrade Financial Services
The traditional role of the CIO to ensure that customer data remains safe and that systems are available and efficient is still expected, but not sufficient.
Chris Johns, CIO, PNC Asset Management Group and PNC Investments
The advancements in data analytics, machine learning are transforming our ability to understand our clients’ needs and respond in a timely manner.
Jason Sankey, CIO, Franklin County
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) changed the way the U.S. looked at managing risk and compliance in the investment banking technology space.
Elena Kvochko, CIO, Group Security Function, Barclays [LON:BARC]
Over the last couple of decades, companies have expanded their digital presence by fostering technology innovation.
Mohan Iyer, CIO, Mesirow Financial
I think the key operative part of the role is the middle letter “I”. The “I” has evolved from Infrastructure to Information and Innovation.
Douglas Mullarkey, CIO & SVP, First Choice Loan Services Inc.
Welcome to 2017! It’s a new year, but we are dealing with the same old cyber-security problems.
David Thompson, EVP, Global Operations and Technology, CTO & CIO, Western Union
There are a few core trends that I see resonating across the industry; all have to do with providing ease and convenience for the customer and the capability to move money in minutes.
Steve Rullo, CIO-Treasury, GE Capital
The rise of digital business models ranging from new social media platforms to creative car-sharing and payment services is happening at an amazing pace.