Global OT / IoT Security Services Business Development Leader at IBM
With more than 30 years of experience in the Information Technology field, Rob Dyson has held technical and leadership positions while providing IT services for many companies within multiple industries. Rob is currently the Global OT/IoT Security Services Business Leader within IBM’s Global Security Services practice. He is responsible for building, operating, and maturing our OT/IoT security business to help companies mitigate their OT & IoT cyber risks.
Rob has experience gained from serving some of the largest global companies in multiple industries. He has served as the Client Executive for some of IBM’s most strategic clients.
Prior to this role, Rob served as the Global SSRC (Security, Strategy, Risk & Compliance) Competency Leader whereby he was responsible for developing unique and relevant solutions to to assist clients in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of their information security program. This includes designing solutions to establish relevant information security strategies, comprehensive IT governance processes, redesigning security organizations, effective security policy management and governance processes, and compliance with leading security standards/frameworks and regulations. In addition, Rob has been at the forefront of delivering leading IT GRC solutions based on market leading IT GRC applications such as OpenPages ITG, RSA Archer, and SAP GRC.
Prior to joining IBM, Rob held senior leadership positions at Accenture as the Global Leader for Application & Infrastructure Security Services; at Deloitte as the Mid-America Region Leader for Security Services; at Electronic Data Systems (EDS) in positions of escalating responsibility providing IT professional services; and as an Officer in the U.S. Army where at the rank of Captain he was in charge of the 82nd Airborne Division Data Center Operations.
Rob is an active CISSP and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Management from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.