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James Sipe, a cybersecurity leader who has worked with some of the largest companies in the world, has been named to serve as the Commonwealth’s next Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

Secretary of Administration Neil Weaver made the announcement on Friday, saying that Sipe, who currently oversees cybersecurity for Amazon’s 25 largest global customers in the Amazon cloud environment, will begin in his role on November 27.

“James is a widely respected IT leader who has managed cybersecurity and compliance for companies doing business across the globe and here in Pennsylvania,” said Weaver in a press release. “His broad experience in a variety of industries has prepared James for the job of protecting the Commonwealth’s data and securing the technology infrastructure that supports 80,000 state employees and thousands of programs and services delivered each day by state agencies.”

The CISO leads the team that protects and defends the Commonwealth’s IT systems and data from cyber-attacks and maintains the cybersecurity strategy, standards, and posture for agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction. The CISO’s office also oversees cybersecurity governance, auditing, monitoring and compliance, risk management, vulnerability and threat management, incident management, forensic investigations, security awareness outreach and education, identity and access management, and agency assistance.

The CISO’s office also works collaboratively with local governments to bolster their cybersecurity capabilities through cost effective shared services for security awareness training, anti-phishing exercise capabilities, vulnerability testing, and network intrusion monitoring. The office is currently working with the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, other state agencies, and local government associations to continue and expand these services as part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy under the State and Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program (SLGCP).

“I am excited to bring my 20-plus years of experience leading, advising, and working on cybersecurity and compliance for some of the world’s largest companies to my new role as CISO for the Commonwealth,” said Sipe. “I look forward to building on the strong foundations of collaboration and leadership that are already in place to keep Pennsylvania at the forefront among states for cybersecurity.”

Prior to Amazon, Sipe was an IT security executive for MessageBird, a digital communications and marketing company with over 29,000 customers worldwide, including Google, Facebook, and Uber. He has also led cybersecurity and compliance for global firms in hospitality and entertainment, accounting, management consulting, media and advertising, weather and environmental monitoring, modular space and storage, building technology, and engineered materials.

James Sipe, a cybersecurity leader who has worked with some of the largest companies in the world, has been named to serve as the Commonwealth’s next Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

Secretary of Administration Neil Weaver made the announcement on Friday, saying that Sipe, who currently oversees cybersecurity for Amazon’s 25 largest global customers in the Amazon cloud environment, will begin in his role on November 27.

“James is a widely respected IT leader who has managed cybersecurity and compliance for companies doing business across the globe and here in Pennsylvania,” said Weaver in a press release. “His broad experience in a variety of industries has prepared James for the job of protecting the Commonwealth’s data and securing the technology infrastructure that supports 80,000 state employees and thousands of programs and services delivered each day by state agencies.”

The CISO leads the team that protects and defends the Commonwealth’s IT systems and data from cyber-attacks and maintains the cybersecurity strategy, standards, and posture for agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction. The CISO’s office also oversees cybersecurity governance, auditing, monitoring and compliance, risk management, vulnerability and threat management, incident management, forensic investigations, security awareness outreach and education, identity and access management, and agency assistance.

The CISO’s office also works collaboratively with local governments to bolster their cybersecurity capabilities through cost effective shared services for security awareness training, anti-phishing exercise capabilities, vulnerability testing, and network intrusion monitoring. The office is currently working with the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, other state agencies, and local government associations to continue and expand these services as part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy under the State and Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program (SLGCP).

“I am excited to bring my 20-plus years of experience leading, advising, and working on cybersecurity and compliance for some of the world’s largest companies to my new role as CISO for the Commonwealth,” said Sipe. “I look forward to building on the strong foundations of collaboration and leadership that are already in place to keep Pennsylvania at the forefront among states for cybersecurity.”

Prior to Amazon, Sipe was an IT security executive for MessageBird, a digital communications and marketing company with over 29,000 customers worldwide, including Google, Facebook, and Uber. He has also led cybersecurity and compliance for global firms in hospitality and entertainment, accounting, management consulting, media and advertising, weather and environmental monitoring, modular space and storage, building technology, and engineered materials.

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James Sipe, a cybersecurity leader who has worked with some of the largest companies in the world, has been named to serve as the Commonwealth’s next Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

Secretary of Administration Neil Weaver made the announcement on Friday, saying that Sipe, who currently oversees cybersecurity for Amazon’s 25 largest global customers in the Amazon cloud environment, will begin in his role on November 27.

“James is a widely respected IT leader who has managed cybersecurity and compliance for companies doing business across the globe and here in Pennsylvania,” said Weaver in a press release. “His broad experience in a variety of industries has prepared James for the job of protecting the Commonwealth’s data and securing the technology infrastructure that supports 80,000 state employees and thousands of programs and services delivered each day by state agencies.”

The CISO leads the team that protects and defends the Commonwealth’s IT systems and data from cyber-attacks and maintains the cybersecurity strategy, standards, and posture for agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction. The CISO’s office also oversees cybersecurity governance, auditing, monitoring and compliance, risk management, vulnerability and threat management, incident management, forensic investigations, security awareness outreach and education, identity and access management, and agency assistance.

The CISO’s office also works collaboratively with local governments to bolster their cybersecurity capabilities through cost effective shared services for security awareness training, anti-phishing exercise capabilities, vulnerability testing, and network intrusion monitoring. The office is currently working with the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, other state agencies, and local government associations to continue and expand these services as part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy under the State and Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program (SLGCP).

“I am excited to bring my 20-plus years of experience leading, advising, and working on cybersecurity and compliance for some of the world’s largest companies to my new role as CISO for the Commonwealth,” said Sipe. “I look forward to building on the strong foundations of collaboration and leadership that are already in place to keep Pennsylvania at the forefront among states for cybersecurity.”

Prior to Amazon, Sipe was an IT security executive for MessageBird, a digital communications and marketing company with over 29,000 customers worldwide, including Google, Facebook, and Uber. He has also led cybersecurity and compliance for global firms in hospitality and entertainment, accounting, management consulting, media and advertising, weather and environmental monitoring, modular space and storage, building technology, and engineered materials.

James Sipe, a cybersecurity leader who has worked with some of the largest companies in the world, has been named to serve as the Commonwealth’s next Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

Secretary of Administration Neil Weaver made the announcement on Friday, saying that Sipe, who currently oversees cybersecurity for Amazon’s 25 largest global customers in the Amazon cloud environment, will begin in his role on November 27.

“James is a widely respected IT leader who has managed cybersecurity and compliance for companies doing business across the globe and here in Pennsylvania,” said Weaver in a press release. “His broad experience in a variety of industries has prepared James for the job of protecting the Commonwealth’s data and securing the technology infrastructure that supports 80,000 state employees and thousands of programs and services delivered each day by state agencies.”

The CISO leads the team that protects and defends the Commonwealth’s IT systems and data from cyber-attacks and maintains the cybersecurity strategy, standards, and posture for agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction. The CISO’s office also oversees cybersecurity governance, auditing, monitoring and compliance, risk management, vulnerability and threat management, incident management, forensic investigations, security awareness outreach and education, identity and access management, and agency assistance.

The CISO’s office also works collaboratively with local governments to bolster their cybersecurity capabilities through cost effective shared services for security awareness training, anti-phishing exercise capabilities, vulnerability testing, and network intrusion monitoring. The office is currently working with the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, other state agencies, and local government associations to continue and expand these services as part of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy under the State and Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program (SLGCP).

“I am excited to bring my 20-plus years of experience leading, advising, and working on cybersecurity and compliance for some of the world’s largest companies to my new role as CISO for the Commonwealth,” said Sipe. “I look forward to building on the strong foundations of collaboration and leadership that are already in place to keep Pennsylvania at the forefront among states for cybersecurity.”

Prior to Amazon, Sipe was an IT security executive for MessageBird, a digital communications and marketing company with over 29,000 customers worldwide, including Google, Facebook, and Uber. He has also led cybersecurity and compliance for global firms in hospitality and entertainment, accounting, management consulting, media and advertising, weather and environmental monitoring, modular space and storage, building technology, and engineered materials.

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