Mortgage subcontractor Cenlar FSB has strengthened its cybersecurity team by adding Jason Shocky as its Chief Information Security Officer.
In his new role, Shoki will be responsible for information security throughout the company, including strategies to monitor and mitigate current and emerging risks. It will also help a federal wholesale bank build a robust cyber engineering service that will drive digital transformation.
Before switching to Cenlar, Shoki was Cyberpoint International’s Chief Information Security Officer. His credentials also include time spent in the United States Marine Corps as head of cybersecurity operations, infrastructure development, and software development.