Traditionally, cloud has been seen as having major security vulnerabilities. Is it now possible to ensure that corporate and customer data is protected when...
Author - Larry Biagini
Larry is Chief Technology and Security Officer for GE. In this role, he is responsible for leading GE’s technology and IT security strategy.
Larry joined GE in 1989, first in its consulting group, and then GE Capital. At GE Capital Fleet Services he had responsibility for service applications and ultimately was named CTO responsible for all architecture, technology and operations globally, concentrating on acquisitions and integrations.
In 1995, Larry moved to GE Aircraft Engines as CTO, responsible for operations, application architecture and technology direction. He also led the information technology portion of the Aircraft Engines acquisition team.
In 1998, Larry was named Chief Technology Officer of General Electric, responsible for driving technology direction across the enterprise. In 2001, he also assumed the responsibility of Chief Information Officer for Corporate Information Services, responsible for company-wide applications, shared technology services, security and acquisitions and divestitures.
In 2005, Larry became the CIO of GE Money, responsible for technology globally. He held that role until assuming position CIO, GE Capital created through the consolidation of GE Money and GE Commercial Finance.
Larry received a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Fairfield University and prior to GE worked as a developer for a chemical and a logistics company.