Lisa Humbert is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Risk Officer at BNY Mellon. She leads a global team responsible for delivering a best-in-class enterprise-wide Information Risk Management (IRM) program and services. IRM oversees information security, cyber security and technology controls across the company to manage risks associated with threats to the confidentiality, integrity and availability of critical information and systems assets.

Previously, Lisa served as Global Head of IT Risk Management and Business Continuity Management and was the Chief Information Security Officer at Credit Suisse. At Credit Suisse, she led the effort to create a company-wide function that established an IT risk management framework and processes, as well as delivered information security and business recovery services to all bank divisions worldwide. Key accomplishments included defining and implementing a proactive three-year strategy that built new global services, strengthened bank controls and evolved risk management practices. The firm’s business continuity management program was regarded as industry-leading by the EBK, MAS, UK FSA and FRB.

Prior to her tenure at Credit Suisse, Lisa served as CAO to the CIO of Citigroup’s Investment Banking IT division. She worked with the CIO to manage a three billion-dollar budget and more than 10,000 resources globally. She was also responsible for overseeing the work of multiple cross-IT business-critical initiatives and for communicating the IT strategy to business heads. Lisa began her Citigroup career at Salomon Brothers, and through her 18 year tenure there she was also responsible for several application development departments including referential data, settlement and clearance, stock record, credit markets primary and secondary sales and trading, as well as all Citigroup-wide global human resource systems.

Ms. Humbert is a senior member of the Executive Women’s Forum, a BNY Mellon-sponsored group of more than 750 of the nation’s most influential female executives within the information security, privacy, and risk management industries. She also serves on the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, and is a member of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association Cyber Security Board Committee and the Board of the Internet Security Alliance. She has been an active supporter of several nonprofit organizations including Riverkeeper, Catholic Charities, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and the Wounded Warrior project. Lisa is also an advocate and sponsor of the Christian Foundation for Children and Adults. Ms. Humbert holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Adelphi University.