BNY Mellon Appoints Gary Delaney as International CISO, Fortifying Cybersecurity Leadership

BNY Mellon, a renowned figure in investment management and services, has welcomed Gary Delaney as its new International Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). With an impressive two-decade background in cybersecurity, Delaney is set to contribute to BNY Mellon's legacy of innovation and security within the financial industry. BNY Mellon, a leader in the FinTech sector, boasts a comprehensive range of services, including asset servicing, investment management, and wealth management, with a dedicated enterprise-level cybersecurity division committed to safeguarding both corporate and client assets through advanced security measures and systems.

Delaney, who has previously held key roles at major financial institutions like Bank of Ireland and Allied Irish Bank, brings a wealth of experience to his new position. Delaney's appointment aligns with the company's strategic investment in technology and talent, reinforcing its cybersecurity framework globally. The move underscores BNY Mellon's commitment to resilience and innovation in the cybersecurity domain, emphasizing Ireland's strategic importance as a hub for digital and cyber talent. Delaney reflects upon BNY Mellon’s dedication to addressing evolving global cybersecurity challenges, as he expresses enthusiasm about the opportunity to contribute to their leadership in financial services innovation and system reliance.  

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