It is not a matter of “if” but “when” we will get hacked and detection may not be the best prevention strategy. This is the premise used by multiple security...
Author - Jonathan Klein
Jonathan Klein is the Chief Information Security Officer at Broadridge Financial Services, Inc (NYSE:BR). Mr. Klein has worked in the information technology field for more than three decades specializing in Unix-based Operating System architecture, network engineering, application development and Information Security. He has responsibility for the oversight and implementation of the company’s security strategy and works closely with the Executive Committee.
He has held IT positions across several global banks and corporations, including Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, AT&T and IBM.
Mr. Klein has co-authored security benchmarks for the Center for Internet Security, has presented at conferences such as the Black Hat Briefings, SOURCE Boston and trade association events. He is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, holds CISM and CISA certifications and serves on the security advisory boards for Cisco, IBM, Bromium and the Visitors Board of the NJIT College of Science and Liberal Arts.