David Drossman is the SVP, Chief Information Security Officer for The Clearing House. Since joining The Clearing House in February 2017, Mr. Drossman has led the Information Security organization under the Risk Office.
Prior to joining The Clearing House, Mr. Drossman was the VP, Deputy Information Security Officer for the Federal Reserve Bank of NY. Mr. Drossman joined the Federal Reserve Bank of NY in early 2011 and led various projects and processes including Access Management, Penetration Testing and Forensic Investigations. Within the Information Security Function, Mr. Drossman managed the Control & Threat Management, Vulnerability Management, Control Development and Local Incident Response teams.
Prior to joining The Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Mr. Drossman spent 9 years as the Director, Corporate Information Security Officer for Investment Technology Group (ITG) in New York City. ITG is both a broker and a technology firm that has developed a fully integrated set of advanced trading services, which averaged over 350 million shares per trading day. In addition to overseeing the global security efforts of the firm, Mr. Drossman has handled the Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning for the firm. Although always a part of the firms audit oversight committee, in 2004, Mr. Drossman’s responsibilities were expanded to include Internal Audit for Technology – more specifically Sarbanes/Oxley compliance.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Drossman worked in the consulting field for KPMG in New York City. While there, he performed extensive network security reviews and IT risk assessments. His specialties have been creating secure operating systems, system auditing and information security policy creation. Mr. Drossman has been a recognized leader in the Information Security field for 20 years while working in both consulting and the financial services industry.
He received his B.S in Mathematics of Finance from the University of Michigan.