Jeffrey DiMuro

Jeffrey DiMuro, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, ServiceNow

Jeffrey DiMuro is the deputy chief information security officer at ServiceNow. He works closely with the product, legal, and privacy organizations to create industry-focused capabilities to accelerate the adoption of the Now Platform globally while enhancing security inititives to support the organization's financial services products.

Jeffrey also leads ServiceNow’s data governance, insider threat, security risk, and vendor security strategy programs. He regularly liaises with the global regulatory community to proactively communicate pending changes to laws and regulations impacting ServiceNow customers.


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