The Office of the Chief Information Officer recently announced the appointment of Julie Talbot-Hubbard as chief information security officer for Ohio State, effective October 3, 2011. With the hiring of Talbot-Hubbard, the OCIO is taking IT security to the next level. She brings the leadership and talent to forge a stronger, proactive and more resilient security environment for the entire university.
In her new role, Talbot-Hubbard will be responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of a strategic, comprehensive enterprise information security program to ensure the availability, integrity and confidentiality of university information.
Talbot-Hubbard, who comes to Ohio State from Cardinal Health, has been the director of Information Security and Risk Management since 2008. In this role, she was the leader of the Information Security and Risk Management organization, responsible for IT risk assessments, management of the IT Risk Policy and Security Baseline Lifecycle based off of ISO 27002 (information security standard), oversight of the Risk Advisory Board, the IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Program, security event management and data loss prevention.
She has a degree in Business Administration from Miami University and completed the Smith Executive Education Program. She has received Certified Business Continuity Professional, Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT, and Certified Information Systems Auditor certifications. And, was recently honored as the Information Security Executive of 2010 for the Central Region, sponsored by T.E.N.
Talbot-Hubbard’s office will be in located in 480 Baker Systems Engineering. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.