Bryan Weisbard

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Bryan Weisbard is an Online Security, Trust & Safety, Digital Privacy, Corporate Security, and Risk Management expert.[1] He has spoken about and authored articles on security and crisis management.[2][3][4] Previously he served Director and Head of Online Safety Operations[5] at Twitter and is now Director of Account Security Operations, Compliance, and Office of the President at Intuit

Personal life and education

Weisbard grew up in Pembroke Pines, Florida and graduated as high school valedictorian[6] from NSU University School. Weisbard then attended the University of Miami Business School and graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors, earning a dual degree in accounting and finance. Weisbard subsequently attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he earned his MBA with Beta Gamma Sigma honors from the Kenan-Flagler Business School. After graduation, he earned his CPA and CFE licenses as well as a certificate in Forensic Accounting from Georgetown University[7].

Career

Weisbard served with the U.S. Government for several years.[8] Weisbard moved to Twitter as Director and Head of Safety Operations. On April 22, 2019, Weisbard became Director of Account Security Operations, Compliance, and Office of the President at Intuit.[9]

References

  1. Steve, Mark (6 September 2017), "Bryan Weisbard Discusses Corporate Security in a Changing World", HuffPost, https://www.huffpost.com/entry/bryan-weisbard-discusses-corporate-security-in-a-changing_b_59afeadfe4b0bef3378cdc8d, retrieved 26 June 2019 
  2. Weisbard, Bryan (31 August 2017), "Dear Mom & Dad: Here's What I Mean by "Business Continuity"", Security Magazine, https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/88299-dear-mom-dad-heres-what-i-mean-by-business-continuity 
  3. Weisbard, Bryan; Bates, Shayne; Foynes, Michael; Smith, Malcolm (September 27, 2017), "Envisioning Security’s Future: 2020 and Beyond", Global Security Exchange, ASIS International, https://www.securitysales.com/news/cant-miss-educational-sessions-asis/ 
  4. Thompson, Sally E.; Daly, Kay L. (1 October 2004), "Improved Financial Systems Are Key To FFMIA Compliance", Report to Congressional Committees (Washington, D.C.: Government Accountability Office), https://www.gao.gov/assets/250/244378.html 
  5. "Bryan Weisbard Appointed to Rutgers University Big Data Advisory Board", Business Insider, 17 February 2006, https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/bryan-weisbard-appointed-to-rutgers-university-big-data-advisory-board-1028111108, retrieved 26 June 2019 
  6. Bernardand, Peter; Robinson, Regina (17 June 2001), "FUN, LEARNING EQUALS SUCCESS", Sun Sentinel, https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-2001-06-17-0106150451-story.html, retrieved 26 June 2019 
  7. "Bryan Weisbard Appointed to Rutgers University Big Data Advisory Board", Business Insider, 17 February 2006, https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/bryan-weisbard-appointed-to-rutgers-university-big-data-advisory-board-1028111108, retrieved 26 June 2019 
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  9. "Bryan Weisbard", Security Magazine, https://www.securitymagazine.com/authors/2338-bryan-weisbard, retrieved 26 June 2019