Gregory Rattray Ph D.
Partner/Co-Founder NEXT PEAK, and Senior Advisor on Cyber Risk Management and Cyber Defense for Oliver Wyman. As JP Morgan Chase CISO Greg established the JPMC cyber defense strategy and program and as head of Global Cyber Partnerships led key industry initiatives including establishment of the Financial Cyber Profile and the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resiliency Center. Prior to JPMC, Dr. Rattray was founding partner and CEO of Delta Risk LLC, a cybersecurity risk management consulting firm focused on addressing advanced cyber threats. He served as the ICANN Chief Internet Security Advisor from 2007-2010. He has also served as Director for Cybersecurity in the White House, commanded the Operations Group of the Air Force Information Warfare Center, pioneered the Department of Defense (DoD) and US national cyber exercise programs, and initiated AF and DoD partnership with defense industry. He is a thought leader, author, and currently an adjunct professor at Columbia University.
Partner/Co-Founder NEXT PEAK, and Senior Advisor on Cyber Risk Management and Cyber Defense for Oliver Wyman. Jim has extensive corporate and government cyber and physical security experience. He previously served as Chief Security Officer for JP Morgan Chase & Co. directing and executing physical and cyber security, investigations, and business resiliency efforts for over 240,000 employees in 60 countries and over 6,500 facilities worldwide. As a career military intelligence officer, he served as the Director of Homeland Defense on the National Security Council (the White House), and commanded full spectrum cyberspace operations for the United States Air Force. While at the White House he advised the President of the United States and the National Security Advisor on United States Homeland Defense policy, United States Air Force, and DoD cyber issues. Jim is an active community volunteer with veterans causes and currently serves on the board of directors of Building Homes for Heroes, which builds mortgage-free homes catered to the unique needs of disabled veterans.