Vice President and Chief Information Officer Henry M. Jackson Foundation for Advancement of Military Medicine
Rizwan A. Jan, CISSP, PCIP, CTPRP, is
the Vice President, Chief Information Officer at The Henry M. Jackson
Foundation (HJF) For the Advancement of Military Medicine.
Jan is a dynamic technology
and security executive leading an extensive strategic digital transformation
to simplify and modernize the technology architecture within HJF. He has
developed an IT roadmap with a healthy investment strategy focusing on technology
issues such as governance and policy, resource allocation, information
technology protocols, and HJF’s technology organization.
Jan has held several leadership roles in the healthcare industry and has
spent close to two decades in the planning, development, delivery and
monitoring of technical solutions that address the needs of Fortune 500 companies and not-for-profit organizations. Most
recently, as the Chief Information Security Officer for HJF, Jan erected a
robust Global Information Security Office to protect HJF’s information
according to Federal cybersecurity regulations. The office ensures the
stability and security of HJF’s information assets and infrastructure.
Jan takes an active role in providing his professional perspective to
industry challenges in community forums such as Gartner, a research and
advisory company, (ISC)², an international nonprofit association for leading information
security leaders and Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA)
CSX Working Group. He also serves on the Enterprise Mobility Advisory Board.
Jan is a thought leader
whose insight and knowledge are featured in industry media outlets and speaking
engagements. Sync-Magazine highlighted Jan for his leadership
in building strategic relationships that create a culture that fuels ownership,
accountability, responsiveness and innovation.
Jan holds a B.A. in Business Administration (Finance), from Frostburg
State University and holds a variety of technical professional certifications
including Certified Information Systems and Security Professional (CISSP)
certification, Certified Third-Party Risk Professional (CTPRP) from Shared
Assessments, and formally a Payment Card Industry Professional (PCIP), Internal
Security Assessor from the PCI Security Standards Council.