Dr. Rohan Amin is the Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for JPMorgan Chase. In this role, Rohan is responsible for the firm’s global cyber defense strategy, cyber operations and multi-year “cyber uplift” program. This includes ensuring the firm has a fortress foundation in conducting its technology operations, managing Global Cybersecurity Operations Centers, training and exercise programs, and enhancing the company’s data security capabilities. Rohan is a member of the firm’s Global Technology Operating Committee and is on the board of directors for the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).
Rohan joined JPMorgan Chase in 2014 as Head of Cybersecurity Operations. He came to JPMorgan Chase from Lockheed Martin, where he led the development of the corporation’s global computer network defense strategy and the creation of the Lockheed Martin Computer Incident Response Team (LM-CIRT), the corporation’s hub for security operations and intelligence. He also ran Lockheed Martin’s Global Cybersecurity Solutions division that provided advanced cyber and electronic warfare systems and solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and international customers.
Rohan was a three-time recipient of Lockheed Martin’s NOVA award, its highest recognition, for establishing the company’s leadership in cybersecurity. Within the defense industry, he was instrumental in establishing the Defense Security Information Exchange (DSIE), a cyber threat fusion and sharing forum between major defense industrial base partners. Rohan also co-authored the seminal paper on Intelligence Driven Defense and the Cyber Kill Chain – which introduced the world to new analytical tradecraft for combating Advanced Persistent Threats.
Rohan obtained his Bachelor of Science in Computer and Telecommunications Engineering and his Master of Science in Telecommunications and Networking from the University of Pennsylvania. He also received his doctoral degree in Information Security from the George Washington University. He lives with his wife and two sons in New York.