Source Pass Announces Michael J. Ducsak as its new Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

Sourcepass Names New Chief Information Security Officer

Sourcepass, a leading digital IT services firm, has named Michael J. Ducsak as its new Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

In his new role, Ducsak will obtain and maintain compliance with data security regulations, certifications, and standards. He will analyze the existing cybersecurity offerings and help deliver new best-in-class solutions. Other top objectives include cybersecurity strategy, risk assessment and mitigation, audit and regulatory compliance, security architecture, identity-as-a-service (IDaaS), and cloud and mobile security.

As a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Ducsak brings more than 20 years of IT security experience to this position, including building four separate security programs over his career. Well-known leading collaborative high-performing teams, Ducsak is an innovator who owns the patent for security software that he has developed.

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“Information Security has never been so critical and Sourcepass is focused on ensuring we have the most secure platform and offerings available. Michael will bring strategic, innovative thinking to meet these challenges” said Chuck Canton, Founder and CEO of Sourcepass. “His customer focus and deep experience in security and compliance are a perfect fit for delivering secure, digital IT solutions for our clients that simplify their business operations and optimize efficiency.”

Before Sourcepass, Ducsak served as CISO for a large ($1.4 billion in assets) global educational, research assessment and technology firm where he was the most senior information security executive. He was named Information Security Compliance Director for a national wireless company where he developed corporate information security compliance policies, procedures, and standards. In New York City, Ducsak created the first HIPAA Policy Program and Training Suite for New York Health and Hospital Corporation, which was sanctioned under the office of Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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