The Latest Executive Moves in the World of Cyber

The Latest Executive Moves
Cyber Magazine takes a look at some of the latest changes in the executive level that are set to help drive their organizations’ cyber strategies.

1. Shaun Khalfan 

Job From:  Independent Director, Valimail

Job To: CISO, PayPal

Shaun Khalfan, CISO of PayPal

"I am inspired by the leadership team, growth strategy, and look forward to securing a digital company on a global scale."

With repeated success leading digital transformation aligned with business goals, launching cybersecurity frameworks, ensuring protection of assets and more,  Shaun Khalfan has been welcomed into a new role of CISO at online payment company Paypal. 
A former CISO of US Department of Homeland Security, Discover Financial Services; Barclays International, and Freddie Mac, Khalfan is well-positioned to spearhead the PayPal’s cybersecurity safeguards globally in his new position, as he brings over 20 years of experience in information security and risk management across a range of different roles.

2. Christopher Burger

Job From: Senior Director of Information Security, Russell Investments

Job To: CISO, Slalom

Christopher Burger, CISO of Slalom

Christopher Burger will join as the first-ever CISO for management consulting company Slalom. In his role, he'll oversee Slalom’s security team, engage the company’s experts and elevate its global security & risk services to help customers with their security. Burger brings with him 26 years of experience in technology and information security operations across a diverse range of business sectors.

3. Andrew Walduck

Job From: COO, Latitude Financial Services

Job To: CIO, Qantas 

Andrew Walduck has joined Qantas as its new CIO and CISO. In this key position, he'll leverage over 25 years of cross-functional expertise to drive digital transformation initiatives. Walduck's extensive background spans leadership roles at major corporations like Australia Post and Accenture. His diverse experience building customer-centric businesses and products makes him well-equipped to elevate Qantas' technology capabilities.

4. Clayton C. Peddy

Job From: Chief Security Officer, OutSystems


Software company ABBYY has appointed Clayton C. Peddy as Chief Information Security Officer. With over 20 years of cybersecurity experience, software development; architecture consulting, and digital transformation, Peddy will lead ABBYY's data protection, compliance, and innovation initiatives to accelerate ABBYY's secure solution deployment.


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