TJ Minichillo Info-Tech Analyst

Senior Research Director and Executive Advisor, Security & Risk at Info-Tech Research Group

TJ Minichillo is a Senior Director of Security, Risk, and Compliance with Info-Tech Research Group. TJ has over 20 years of management and operations experience leading teams to address cyber threats by building and managing Threat Management, Incident Response, Cyber Intelligence, and Security ...

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About Me

TJ Minichillo is a Senior Director of Security, Risk, and Compliance with Info-Tech Research Group.

TJ has over 20 years of management and operations experience leading teams to address cyber threats by building and managing Threat Management, Incident Response, Cyber Intelligence, and Security Operations. At Info-Tech, TJ’s focus includes working with members to better understand the cyber threat landscape and building programs to address the increasing sophistication of threat actors orchestrating cyber campaigns deigned to steal data, compromise networks, and exfiltrate sensitive information.

Prior to joining Info-Tech, TJ Minichillo was a former Executive Director and Global Head of Threat Intelligence at Morgan Stanley, Senior Vice President at Citigroup's Cyber Intelligence Center and Cyber Security Fusion Center, and Chief Cyber Intelligence Officer at Merrill Lynch Office of Risk & Controls. In all of these past positions, TJ was responsible for envisioning, designing, implementing, and managing new global Threat Management programs. He is also a former Booz-Allen and Unisys Senior Consultant and Senior Special Agent with the Department of Defense.

TJ holds a Bachelor of Arts (Social Science) degree from Ohio Dominican University, Master of Business Administration degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

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Website: http://www.infotech.com

My Company

Info-Tech Research Group
602 Queens Avenue London, ON, Canada N6B 1Y8
251 - 1000 Employees
www.infotech.com
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