Dan Crisp is the founder of Digital risk Insight, a technology risk strategic advisory consultancy. He began his career as a technology merger & acquisitions analyst at Citi. Subsequently, he led the technology risk, cyber risk, and Basel programs for JP Morgan Chase in the US. Dan went on to serve as Chief Operations Officer for Barclays Global Information Security in London. In this role, he was responsible for the technology due-diligence, uplift and technical integration of bank acquisitions in the US, Singapore, Johannesburg, Moscow, Madrid and Paris. During that time, he led the development of predictive quantitative operational risk models that inform and drive information technology investment decisions and ROI.
Prior to launching Digital Risk Insight, Dan served as Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Technology Risk Officer for BNY Mellon with technology risk, cybersecurity and data privacy oversight responsibility at BNY Mellon Corporation and its affiliates and subsidiaries. While there, he led the innovation, development and deployment of a global technology risk regulatory controls and analytics system for technology and privacy risk. Dan led the team that won the corporate innovation competition with their product proposal for a global cyber catastrophe bond reinsurance underwriting framework.
Since founding Digital Risk Insight, Dan led the creation and inception of the Financial Sector Cyber Collaboration Center for the United Kingdom. He also introduced a Cloud Computing Controls Framework that has been adopted the world’s largest cloud providers.
Dan has served as a board member of the Internet Security Alliance, a Non-Executive Director for Huntswood, a charter member of the Cloud Security Alliance metrics group, and as a senior mentor at Level 39, Europe’s largest FinTech accelerator and incubator. The Financial Times has recognised Dan on multiple years as a top 100 global executive in their annual leadership listing.
He received his BS at the University of Memphis (USA), and SAPM at Stanford University (USA). He has also completed the Strategic Management Program at Cambridge University (UK).