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Executive Director, Global Security Services, at Verizon
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As head of Verizon Global Security Services, Bryan Sartin keeps pace with the leading and bleeding edges of innovation in the security market, while maintaining the highest quality of service in delivery operations. He manages the proactive and reactive span of Verizon's consulting capabilities, including Governance, Threat & Vulnerability Management, Regulatory Compliance, Identity & Access Management, and Data Loss Prevention practices. He also oversees all cyber investigations and intelligence functions, encompassing the externally facing arm of Verizon's security apparatus.

Mr. Sartin leads an operation of more than 500 security consultants, researchers, and developers across 30+ countries, as well as highly secure data processing, applied intelligence, and digital forensics lab facilities in five countries. Prior to his current role, he was Director of the Verizon RISK Team. He held responsibility for intelligence, security research and publications, computer incident response, e-discovery and IT investigations operations for Verizon Enterprise Solutions customers.

Mr. Sartin is founder of Verizon Investigative Response, an IT investigations company. He is also founding co-author of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report and Data Breach Digest publications.

Articles by Bryan Sartin
posted in December 2018
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