Have you ever wondered what a career path would look like that would lead you to responsibility for securing the information security of the SuperBowl and other critical events? Join us for this engaging conversation with NFL CISO Tomás Maldonado to hear about his career journey, what he thinks of mentoring in the profession and his advice for how to think about a career in information security.
Tomás Maldonado is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the National Football League (NFL). He is globally responsible for leading the information security program for the League and its entities. Maldonado has over 20 years of experience in this area, having led global information security teams and programs at several large international organizations.
Prior to joining the NFL, Maldonado was the CISO at International Flavors & Fragrances where he was globally responsible for establishing and leading the Cybersecurity & Technology Risk Management program. Maldonado was an executive director and CISO for the corporate sector of JPMorgan Chase, where he established and shaped the future direction of the security program and focus for the line of business. He was also a VP of technology risk management at Goldman Sachs where he worked on several key initiatives namely creating and leading the data loss protection program. He had additional opportunities at Schroders where he was the network security officer, Ernst & Young and Bloomberg LP.
Maldonado holds several industry recognizable certifications: he is a CISSP, a CISM, a CDPSE, and a CRISC, while holding a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Fordham University.