Devon Bryan is Executive Vice President and Chief
Information Security Officer for the Federal Reserve System. As Chief
Information Security Officer (CISO), Devon oversees information security,
including incident response, for the enterprise, ensuring information security
architecture, standards, policies and programs remain effective and efficient.
Devon was appointed System CISO in February 2016.
Devon came to the Federal Reserve from Fortune 500 payroll
and human resources provider ADP, where he served as Global Chief Information
Security Officer (CISO). Devon led ADP’s information security strategy, collaborating
across the company’s geographically dispersed business operations to ensure
coordination, consensus, and effective execution across global operations.
Prior to joining ADP in 2011, he served as the Deputy Chief Information
Security Officer (CISO) for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) after directing
the IRS’s FISMA-compliant information security program and leading the IRS’s
incident response team.
His information security career began in the U.S. Air Force,
where he served as a Captain and lead engineer working on systems and programs
to protect the critical network and communications tools of the Air Force’s Air
Devon is Co-Founder & immediate past president of ICMCP
(International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals), which he
launched in an attempt to bridge the ‘great minority cyber divide’ by providing
academic scholarships, innovative outreach, mentoring and networking programs
targeting minority cyber security professionals worldwide and by promoting
academic and technical excellence in our tradecraft.
Devon received a Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics
from South Dakota Technological University and a Master of Science, Computer
Science from Colorado Technological University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He
holds multiple certifications: CISSP, CIPP/US, CIPP/EU, and CISA, participates
in several industry forums and is a sought after speaker and writer on emerging
cyber security trends and issues.