Profiles in Leadership: Jo Stewart-RattrayVice President of Australian Computer Society Followed Unique Path From CIO to CISO
CIO. Consulting CISO. Mentor. Activist on behalf of recruiting more women for cybersecurity and leadership. Jo Stewart-Rattray has filled many roles, and she has great insights to share with those who are starting or changing careers.
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In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, part of the CyberEdBoard’s ongoing Profiles in Leadership series, Stewart-Rattray discusses:
- Her path from CIO to CISO;
- Key skills she draws upon in her many roles;
- Her interest in technology, education and creating new leadership opportunities for women.
Stewart-Rattray has over 25 years of experience in the IT field, including serving as a CIO in the utilities sector, group CIO in the tourism sector and CISO in the healthcare sector. She also has experience in education and management. She now serves as vice president, communities at the Australian Computer Society. As an independent consultant, she specializes in consulting in risk and technology issues with a particular emphasis on governance and security in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. She provides strategic advice to organizations in banking and finance, the utility sector, manufacturing, tertiary education, retail, healthcare and government.