Syracuse University

Syracuse University and JPMorgan Chase Present

Securing the Cyber Landscape

Enrique Salem, a Silicon Valley expert, shares his perspective on the state of global cyber security—with insights on issues affecting every profession, as well as our personal lives.

Hosted by

Frank Bisignano, Chief Administrative Officer, JPMorgan Chase & Co
Guy Chiarello, Chief Information Officer, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

EnriqueEnrique Salem
President and Chief Executive Officer Symantec

Enrique Salem is president and chief executive officer of Symantec, a global leader in providing security, storage and systems management solutions to help consumers and organizations secure and manage their information-driven world. Salem is also a member of Symantec’s board of directors.

Throughout his 16-year tenure at Symantec Salem held a variety of senior management roles, giving him broad experience across Symantec’s products and operations. Most recently he served as chief operating officer, with responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the company. Prior to that, he served as group president, Worldwide Sales and Marketing where he managed global sales and partner programs, marketing, communications and branding.

Before joining Symantec, Salem was president and CEO of Brightmail, the leading anti-spam software company that was successfully acquired by Symantec in 2004. From 2001 to 2002, he served as senior vice president of products and technology at Oblix Inc., where he spearheaded corporate strategy and development by leading the company's engineering, product management, and technology groups. Prior to Oblix Inc., Salem was vice president of technology and operations at Ask Jeeves Inc. responsible for the engineering group and the company's entire IT operation. Salem joined Symantec in 1990 through the Peter Norton Computing acquisition and held a number of leadership positions, including vice president of security products and the company’s first chief technology officer.

Earlier in his career, Salem was a vice president at Security Pacific Merchant Bank, where he led projects for the development of real-time trading systems.

In 2010, Salem received the Estrella Award by the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) which recognizes individuals for their vast achievements in the IT industry and in the community He was also named 2007 Corporate Executive of the Year by Hispanic Net as well as 2004 Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young. Salem currently serves on the board of directors of Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP).

Salem received a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Dartmouth College.

BisignanoFrank J. Bisignano
Chief Administrative Officer
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Frank Bisignano is the Chief Administrative Officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and responsible for the Chase Home Lending business. He is a member of the firm’s Operating Committee, the senior most leadership group at the company. Frank’s CAO responsibilities include overseeing Technology, Real Estate, Operations, Procurement, Resiliency, Global Security and General Services for all of JPMorgan Chase’s businesses in over 60 countries.

Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase in 2005, Frank was the Chief Executive Officer for Citigroup’s Global Transactions Services business and a member of Citigroup’s Management Committee. Under his leadership from 2002 – 2005, Global Transaction Services grew from $500 million in revenue to a $1.6 billion in revenue and expanded to operate in more than 100 countries.

Frank was also the Chief Administrative Officer for Citigroup’s Corporate and Investment Bank, a Senior Executive Vice President and Citigroup’s firmwide Deputy Head of Technology & Operations. He held this post during the 9/11 crisis and is credited with creating and executing Citigroup’s successful business continuity plan, involving relocating 16,000 employees displaced by the loss of 1.3 million square feet in 7 World Trade Center. At Smith Barney, Frank helped lead and integrate the firm’s series of strategic acquisitions that led to the formation of Citigroup. Prior to his career at Citi, he worked at First Fidelity Bank 1990-1994. During that company’s turnaround, he was an Executive Vice President overseeing Technology and Operations, and later served as Chief Consumer Lending Officer.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Frank serves on the following non-profit boards: NPower, PENCIL, the Borough of Manhattan Community College Foundation, and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. He is also a Trustee for The Battery Conservancy and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. He was previously Vice Chairman of the Options Clearing Corporation and a board member for the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, the Alliance for Downtown New York and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

GuyGuy Chiarello
Chief Information Officer
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Guy Chiarello is the Chief Information Officer for JPMorgan Chase with worldwide responsibility for Information Technology. Chiarello joined the firm in November 2007 and is a member of its Executive Committee.

Before joining JPMorgan Chase, Chiarello was Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer for Morgan Stanley for seven years, responsible for the strategy and execution for the global IT organization. He joined Morgan Stanley in 1984 and served in a number of information technology roles over the 23 years, including two years working for the Office of the Chairman. Chiarello began his career in Information Technology in 1981 with the Treasury Department for the State of New Jersey.

Over the past 10 years, he has been an executive advisor for leading public technology companies on business strategy and technology innovation and remains very committed in this area. He is also very active in the emerging technology landscape influencing innovation roadmaps and investments throughout the venture community. 

This enhanced focus on innovation at JPMorgan Chase has helped the firm garner a number of recent technology awards including the 2010 Chair’s Choice award for Innovation in Custody & Securities Services Technology, Profit & Loss 2010 Digital FX Awards for Best Interest Rate Platform and Best Corporate Platform, as well as many awards for Chase mobile payment and banking solutions, including the firm’s iPhone and Android mobile banking apps, the Quick Deposit feature and Instant Action Alerts.

He has garnered Industry and Private Sector recognition through various awards including; Top Financial IT Executive by CIO Forum, Computer World Premier 100 Leaders, CIO of the Year by NASSCOM and one of Information Week Top Innovators.  He is a key leader on the Board of NPower, a technology advisor to PENCIL, an Executive Board leader of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Central New Jersey and active fund raiser for the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.

Chiarello is a graduate of The College of New Jersey with a B.S. in business. He was awarded with The Distinguished Alumni Citation Award and has recently been distinguished with a special Citation for Academic and Athletic Excellence.

Event Details

Wednesday, March 30
5-6 p.m.
Reception to follow

Syracuse University
Hergenhan Auditorium
Room 140
Newhouse III

Free and open
to the public

Free parking
available at
University Ave Garage