Elliott Glazer has significant experience and understanding of all areas of information risk management and security issues, and takes an approach to making security a business enabler by finding out of the box solutions for security related problems. Clients come from various industries including Finance and Banking, Healthcare, Legal, Retail and Higher Education.
Previously, Mr. Glazer was with Dun and Bradstreet as Chief Security Officer. In his role, Mr. Glazer was responsible for logical and physical security across the enterprise. Initiatives included risk reduction through critical processes related to application security, identity management, vendor security, threat assessment and management, as well as managing risk for social networking, mobile applications, and cloud solutions. Taking a business oriented approach to his security program, he was able to retain and regain over $120 million in revenues.
Prior to joining D&B, Mr. Glazer was a senior risk leader for JP Morgan Chase, involved in solutions for authentication, mobile security, and application security as well as regulatory compliance initiatives.
Mr. Glazer was also the Chief Information Security Officer for Huntington National Bank, a top 25 U.S. bank with assets over $50 billion. He led implementation of a top tier security program that succeeded in saving the company millions of dollars while also receiving zero findings in a review by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the regulatory body for the bank.
Mr. Glazer was also Director of Security Architecture for the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, a company that clears and settles over $2 quadrillion of value annually for the financial industry. He has also led Technology Architecture, Web Development, and Security for American Express.
Mr. Glazer has over 30 years of experience in software development, networks, technology architecture and security. He and his solutions have been recognized numerous times including winning a Smithsonian Laureate Award, Product of the Year, and nomination for Chief Security Officer of the Year. He is named on over 10 patents in security, privacy and business process solutions.