Dr. Paul G. Dorey Joins the Global Council of CSOs
Palo Alto, CA September 1, 2005 The Global Council of CSOs (Chief Security Officers), a group of influential senior cyber-security leaders dedicated to enhancing cyber security, today announced the Council’s addition of Dr. Paul G. Dorey, vice president of digital security and chief information security officer (CISO) for BP p.l.c. The addition of Dr. Dorey represents the Council’s commitment to international expansion and focus on global security challenges.
“The reach of cyber security challenges spans global boundaries,” said Howard A. Schmidt, former White House cyber security advisor and a founding member of the Global Council. “Paul Dorey brings a recognized history in cyber security leadership as well as an influential perspective that will help the Council develop recommendations and actions that span global boundaries. We are delighted to have his experience and expertise as part of the Global Council of CSOs.”
Dr. Dorey currently leads the digital security, business continuity and privacy compliance activities for BP globally. BP is one of the world’s largest energy companies, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items.
Prior to his role at BP, Dr. Dorey implemented strategy, security and risk management functions at Morgan Grenfell merchant bank. At Barclays Bank, he was a group operational risk director and a committee member of the bank’s Group Risk Policy Committee.
During his time at Barclays, he was promoted to chief executive of Barclays Electronic Commerce Holdings Inc. and went on to lead the Barclays team which created the e-business bank joint venture, Identrus LLC (http://www.identrus.com), where he became a board director on formation of the joint venture company. He was also influential in the formation of UK banking e-business and security initiatives as chair of a key committee of the Association of Payments and Clearing Services.
Dr. Dorey has produced a number of recognized texts in IT security and risk management and has provided briefings to UK, EU and US governments and regulators, including expert testimony to US Congress on emerging trust services in electronic commerce.
Dr. Dorey sits on the European Advisory Board for ISC2, the governance body for the CISSP qualification, and is an advisor to the European Network Information Security Agency as a member of the Permanent Stakeholder Group. He is also a member of the Board of Managers of the Jericho Forum.
“We have a responsibility, as officers and leaders in information security, to make a real difference to benefit our societies and improve security education and practices across industry, governments and academia,” said Dr. Dorey. “Together, the Council can provide guidance and leadership in tackling security issues on a global basis.”
Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab, serving as the Council’s executive secretariat, supports the Council’s objectives of creating global partnerships between academia, government and industry-based organizations.
About The Global Council of CSOs
The Global Council of CSOs is a think tank comprised of a group of influential corporate, government and academic security experts dedicated to raising the awareness of online security issues. The Council encourages dialogue and action to meet the new challenges of online security. The Council focuses on defining the role CSOs should take in corporate, national security, and future technology development. The Council’s ten charter members are: Howard A Schmidt of eBay, Bill Boni of Motorola, Vint Cerf of MCI, Scott Charney of Microsoft, Dave Cullinane of Washington Mutual, Mary Ann Davidson of Oracle, Whit Diffie of Sun Microsystems, Steve Katz formerly of Citigroup, Rhonda MacLean of Bank of America (retired), and Will Pelgrin of the New York State Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure.
For more information, go to: http://www.csocouncil.org.
About Carnegie Mellon University CyLab
CyLab’s mission is to create technologies and perform research for improving the nation’s capabilities in response, prediction, education and development of new technologies for addressing the threats to the cyber infrastructure.
For more information, go to http://www.cylab.cmu.edu.