34 min

Timothy Ramsay – CISO at World Fuel Services Corporation. The Ivy Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Tim Ramsay joined World Fuel Services in 2016 as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Vice President of Information Security. He is responsible for leading the global information security, risk, and governance program including compliance with SOX, PCI-DSS and NIST 800-171 across all operating units for a Fortune 100 company (currently #83). Tim recently led the company in achieving ISO 27001 certification, joining the FBI’s Domestic Security Alliance Council, adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and modernizing the infosec technical controls portfolio with cloud-enabled defenses to protect both on-premise and multi-cloud workloads. Tim’s current focus is building a “culture of security” through a layered defense model, engaging third-parties in defending the energy supply chain for downstream customers, mitigating operational security risks associated with the “Internet of Things” (IoT), transforming crown jewel data protection into a revenue-enhancing competitive advantage, supporting the corporate data center migration to the cloud, segmenting the network and modernizing the identity infrastructure to align with the cloud first strategy, improving threat detection and response capabilities by implementing an external 7×24 Security Operations Center (SOC), and embedding automated DevSecOps security testing tools into development pipeline. Tim reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works alongside his executive-level peers on strategy, culture, metrics, talent recruitment and the adoption of Agile practices throughout the organization. 

Tim Ramsay joined World Fuel Services in 2016 as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Vice President of Information Security. He is responsible for leading the global information security, risk, and governance program including compliance with SOX, PCI-DSS and NIST 800-171 across all operating units for a Fortune 100 company (currently #83). Tim recently led the company in achieving ISO 27001 certification, joining the FBI’s Domestic Security Alliance Council, adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and modernizing the infosec technical controls portfolio with cloud-enabled defenses to protect both on-premise and multi-cloud workloads. Tim’s current focus is building a “culture of security” through a layered defense model, engaging third-parties in defending the energy supply chain for downstream customers, mitigating operational security risks associated with the “Internet of Things” (IoT), transforming crown jewel data protection into a revenue-enhancing competitive advantage, supporting the corporate data center migration to the cloud, segmenting the network and modernizing the identity infrastructure to align with the cloud first strategy, improving threat detection and response capabilities by implementing an external 7×24 Security Operations Center (SOC), and embedding automated DevSecOps security testing tools into development pipeline. Tim reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works alongside his executive-level peers on strategy, culture, metrics, talent recruitment and the adoption of Agile practices throughout the organization. 

34 min

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