Executive Vice President & CISO, Federal Reserve System
Devon Bryan currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for the National IT Organization of the Federal Reserve System. As the System-level CISO since 2016, he is responsible for ensuring the Fed's information security policies, architecture, programs and incident response team remain effective and efficient. Bryan joined the Federal Reserve from Fortune 500 outsourced payroll and human resources provider ADP, where he served as Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He led ADP's information security strategy, collaborating across the company's geographically dispersed business operations to ensure coordination, consensus, and effective cybersecurity protections across global operations. Prior to joining ADP in 2011, Bryan served as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) after directing the IRS's FISMA-compliant information security program and leading the IRS's incident response team. His information security career began in the U.S. Air Force, where he served as a Captain and lead network security engineer working on systems and programs to protect the critical network and communications networks of the Air Force's Air Combat Command. Bryan is Co-founder of ICMCP (International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals), a 501c3 non-profit which he launched in 2014 and geared toward improving the underrepresentation of women (11%) and minorities (13%) in the field of cybersecurity through academic scholarships, certifications, mentoring and networking opportunities.