Joshua C. Sorenson is the Lead Security Advisor for Delta Air Lines’ CyberSecurity Division, focused primarily on Security Strategy. He is responsible for leading a team of three Security Advisors who provide internal consulting services both to the CyberSecurity Division and to the Enterprise. In addition to leading the team, Joshua is responsible for developing, maturing, and driving adoption of Enterprise Security Strategies and Technology Roadmaps.

Prior to his current role, Joshua joined Delta’s Information Security Department as a Security Advisor, focused on CyberThreat, in May 2014 where he led an organizational transformation into the current CyberSecurity Division, developed the current security strategy based upon ZeroTrust, pioneered the KineticThreat practice, and led a rapid deployment of IBM’s QRadar SIEM. Prior to his time as a Security Advisor, Joshua joined Delta’s Technology Audit practice in January 2013 where he led enterprise technology audits and fraud investigations.

Joshua’s career began as a Financial Analyst with Kimberly-Clark in 2005, but quickly moved to a series of roles ranging from Developer, DBA, Tech Lead, and IT Auditor with John Deere and The Coca-Cola Company. During this journey, he spent more than two years overseas evaluating the technical security of John Deere’s manufacturing and support facilities – his favorite continent is South America.

He presents annually at ISACA’s Atlanta conference on security topics ranging from deeply technical to highly strategic. More recently, Joshua has also presented or participated in panels on CyberSecurity with Airlines for America (A4A), The Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and IBM Interconnect.

At 19 Years Old, Joshua was the youngest graduate ever from the University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie College of Business where he holds Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in both Finance and Management Information Systems.