Turner's CTO Joins the National Technology Security Coalition Board of Directors as Founding Member
September 9, 2016
Pete Chronis, Turner Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), has been appointed to serve on the National Technology Security Coalition (NTSC) Board of Directors as a Founding Board Member.
The NTSC is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that will drive the national dialogue on technology security in the United States. The mission of NTSC is to effectively forge a coalition of information security stakeholders to help reverse the accelerating pace of disruption to our nation’s information systems. The NTSC will advocate on regulatory and legislative policies that impact the technology security industry, conduct educational thought-exchange forums and deliver professional development programs to equip members with innovative cybersecurity solutions.
As the CISO for Turner, Pete is responsible for Turner’s information security operations, architecture, governance, compliance and business continuity programs designed to protect the company and its global brands. Under Pete’s direction, Turner continues to strengthen its cybersecurity through the use of effective, innovative technologies and processes, as well as comprehensive employee training. His participation on the board will not only allow him to advocate on information security policy, but also to exchange knowledge about the most current cyberthreats, countermeasures and best practices in the industry with the CISO’s of other leading companies.
Pete joins a board of CISOs from companies and organizations such as Aflac, Ellie Mae, AutoNation, HD Supply, Signet Jewelers, Synovus, InterActive Corporation, Epsilon, Motorola Mobility, TaxSlayer and the State of Georgia.