No good leaders are self-made but molded by the very best aspects of those they lead.
Troy Rydman is a Divisional Chief Information Security Officer for Silicon Valley Bank that has deep experience delivering cybersecurity implementations, policies, and processes for large organizations. Recognized for taking charge of security programs and driving change. He creates a vision, develops strategies, builds and restructures teams, and leads mission-critical initiatives. He's spent the last 14 years helping SVB grow into a large financial institution from $20B in assets to over $150B. Troy also volunteers on the Utah Food Bank security council which helps the organization minimizes threats and ensure focus on the community.
Over the past 40 years, SVB has cultivated a culture of caring for its employees and the needs of its clients which is a reason for the company’s success. SVB also never lost sight of the importance of innovation. Nearly 15 years ago, SVB housed its own data centers with only a dozen technologists. Now, SVB has made strides to adopt an agile workflow with a cloud-first strategy. Hiring some of the most brilliant individuals in the industry to ensure reliance, delivery, and innovation. SVB continues to strive to build and onboard the very best products in the industry through partnerships with companies like Leerink and Boston Private. Today the company is now one of the fastest-growing financial institutes in the market adopting the latest in technology.
Tangible vs. Perceived Risk Management