Mark DuBrock started his role in global infrastructure and operations for S&P Ratings following Hurricane Sandy, which disabled the production data center in 2012. Mark used his background in integration, his perseverance, and his pragmatic approach toward innovation to restore infrastructure and applications while the production facility was still under flood water in lower Manhattan. Mark has since been recognized within S&P and in the media for building a leading approach to identify technology risk in the operating environment. Today, Mark oversees the strategy, planning, and execution of the Rating business’s infrastructure and application operations - both on premise and in the public/private cloud. Mark delivers infrastructure and operations to a regulatory expectation and enables his teams and his infrastructure with continuous software delivery and automation.
Prior to this role, Mark ran a variety of enterprise technology teams at Standard & Poor’s and previously at Morgan Stanley’s Wealth Management business covering DevOps, identity management, grid computing, content management, and workflow systems. Mark is known to bring innovative approaches to help the productivity of his team and his partners in business and technology.
Mark received a bachelor’s degree in BioMedical Engineering from the University of Illinois. He, his wife, and three children live in the Connecticut suburbs of NYC.