D3 Banking taps Jeffrey Walker as chief information security officer
19 May 2015 | 2257 views | 0
Source: D3 Banking
D3 Banking, a leading innovator in data driven digital banking, today announced that Jeffrey Walker has been named chief information security officer.
He is responsible for establishing and maintaining the vision, strategy and processes required to protect the company’s information assets and technologies. Walker brings more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of software development, system engineering, information security and project management to D3 Banking.
Walker commented, “D3 Banking’s solution provides financial institutions with innovative digital banking services, accessible from any digital device and driven by powerful data analytics. The company has made security a priority in developing its innovative, scalable solution, and I am looking forward to supporting that commitment with my software and security knowledge.”
Prior to D3 Banking, Walker was the director of Information Security for CSG International, where he was responsible for implementing a global security approach and strategy. As a 20-year veteran of the US Airforce Reserves, he developed and implemented strategic plans that improved operational capacity over 400 percent with the launch of new cyberdefense systems and services.
Walker also was director of Application Security for Infogroup, where he planned and managed tactical and strategic security software development projects based on customer requirements and ROI. He has held various security and engineering roles at infoUSA, Solutionary and Papiotrade Inc.
“The consumer’s desire for ubiquitous access to financial services makes security vital. Jeff has the extensive information security and engineering expertise that is critical to fulfilling our mission of providing leading financial institutions with innovative, secure digital banking,” said Mark Vipond, CEO of D3 Banking. “We are confident that his tremendous work history will bolster our strategic security objectives.”