Ron J. Green

Ron J. Green

Ron Green (CISSP, ISSMP), a Senior Vice President within the Information Security Business Continuity division of Bank of America, currently serves as an Information Security Business Continuity Officer supporting the Bank’s Network Computing Group. He formerly managed a bank team dedicated to handling cyber investigations, computer forensics, and electronic discovery. Prior to joining Bank of America, Ron was a Secret Service Agent and part of the agency’s Electronic Crimes Agent Program (ECSAP). In addition to the investigative and protection work all agents perform, ECSAP agents perform cyber investigations and computer forensics for the agency. Ron started with the Secret Service in its Phoenix Field Office, and then transferred to the agency’s headquarters to become part of the Electronic Crimes Branch (ECB). While part of ECB he provided support to the ECSAP agents in the field. He also worked on national and international cyber crimes cases, initiatives, and laws. He was the project manager for Forward Edge and the Best Practice Guides for Seizing Electronic Evidence, version 2.0. Ron graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point earning a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and he earned a Graduate Certificate from George Washington University on Computer Security and Information Assurance. Ron currently serves as the Treasurer/Secretary for the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS/ISAC) and as a Board Member for the Institute for Computer Forensic Professionals. Ron currently lives in North Carolina with his wife, Cheryl, and their four children.

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