Richard Moore has 27 plus years in protecting organizational information began with the foundation of his operational and technical skills during his 15 years of military service with the U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence Community, concluding his military service as the Regimental Intelligence Chief. He continued his passion for protecting information and creating sound cyber risk practices when he transitioned to the private sector, as a consultant with KPMG providing security services for various public, private, and governmental institutions and subsequently assumed a senior leadership role with the Royal Bank of Scotland – Citizens Bank leading the institution’s regulatory and data protection programs.
Prior to becoming a principal for Mangrove Securities, and the owner of NthNet, Mr. Moore served as the Managing Director of Global Cyber Risk Services at Alvarez and Marsal and the Chief Information Security Officer at New York Life Insurance Company. In these role, he implemented an agile and transformational Information security program that fostered an integrated “Intelligence and Risk” culture and program, providing executive management with a business focused view of the company’s cyber risks landscape. As part of the “Intelligence and Risk” program, he was responsible for leading and collaborating with a group of cross functional executives in enhancing the company’s overall cyber and operational risk management capabilities. He was responsible for leading complex technical and operational mitigation efforts associated with the company’s threat landscape and regulatory matters.
Mr. Moore has served on numerous industry and client advisory boards and has been an Adjunct Professor at Salve Regina University and at Northeastern University Graduate Information Assurance programs. In addition to his University lectures, Mr. Moore is frequently a featured speaker at numerous industry conferences and a contributing author of Information Security books and articles. Mr. Moore earned a masters in information assurance from Norwich University. Currently, he sits on two academic advisory boards and few advisory boards for cybersecurity technologies.