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 Dave Frymier

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Chief Information Security Officer, Unisys
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Dave Frymier works with functional leaders across Unisys as well as vendors and partners to oversee the development and implementation of effective global information security policies, standards, and procedures. As a thought leader and practitioner, he represents the company across the industry and assists in client presentations and in the development of service delivery models and client material on matters pertaining to digital security. He also leads the Unisys Consumerization of IT program, which is charged with accommodating mobility and the adoption and effective use of consumer technologies in the Unisys infrastructure. Dave previously led the Unisys Information Security Office for five years, where he was tactically responsible for the formulation of policies, operational procedures, incident response, contract support, regulatory compliance, information asset management, IT oversight, and investigations of the digital domain on a global basis. He has a Bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Virginia and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.

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