Amit Sevak , President and CEO of ETS, announced today that Wallace Dalrymple will serve in the newly created role of Chief Security Officer. Dalrymple will be responsible for the security framework and will ensure a strong and cohesive strategy and governance for the organization in the areas of information security, enterprise risk management and the Office of Evidence Integrity.
“Security is critical to expanding our global footprint as we better serve new and existing customers with innovative technologies,” said Sevak. “I am confident that Wally will ensure the protection that he will maintain and strengthen our integrity across the education and testing landscape, which is critical to our success.”
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Dalrymple, at the helm of security, will help strengthen ETS’s role as an industry leader in test security, one of the most critical pillars of the organization’s end-to-end testing process, which ensures that test scores in all tests are valid and reliable. Sevak noted that adding Wallace to the new role of chief security officer, in order for ETS to advance forms of protection, highlights the company’s commitment to maintaining world-class security and enhancing capabilities in this area.
“I look forward to safeguarding security at ETS to continue making it possible to create valid assessments, deliver reliable scores, and ensure a secure process that brings immense value to the entire professional and educational world,” said Dalrymple. “We have a responsibility to our customers – test takers, institutions and the many stakeholders around the world – to continue to provide them with the world-class products and offerings they have come to expect from ETS.”
Dalrymple brings nearly 30 years of information technology experience leading and enabling the world’s companies to operate in an ever-evolving threat landscape. Has a proven track record leading enterprise information security programs, promoting security capabilities across direct-to-customer brands, enabling security as a differentiator, and aligning global risk management programs with the organization’s vision, values, and goals . Most recently, Dalrymple served as Director of Information Security at Michigan Mutual Insurance Company’s Emergent, Blue Cross Blue Shield™, where he built an information security program that supports more than 20 healthcare organizations in the United States. in a highly regulated industry.
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