Bradley J. Schaufenbuel is currently the Chief Information Security Officer at Paylocity. Prior to his current role, he held security leadership positions at Sidley Austin LLP, Midland States Bank, FirstMerit Bank, Midwest Bank, Zurich Financial Services, Experian, and Arthur Andersen LLP. Bradley is the author of "E-Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: A Pocket Guide", published by IT Governance Publishing. He has also co-authored multiple "For Dummies" books and has had articles published in professional journals on a wide variety of topics related to information security and governance. Bradley is licensed to practice law in Illinois and holds twenty two professional designations in the areas of information security management, IT compliance, fraud examination, IT audit, computer forensics, ethical hacking, business continuity planning, project management, cloud security, and process improvement, including the C|CISO, CISSP, CISM, CISA, CCSP, CIPP, CSSLP, PMP, CRISC, CGEIT, ISSMP, ISSAP, CFE, C|EH, CBCP, CCSK, DFCP, CIFI, CSOXM, CSOE, ITIL v3 Foundation, and Six Sigma Black Belt. He holds an MBA from DePaul University's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business and a JD and an LLM in information technology and privacy law from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Bradley has served as a director on several corporate and non-profit boards, is a regular speaker at industry conferences, and has served numerous clients in the legal, financial services, and health care industries as a freelance consultant.
Specialties: Information security management, IT audit, information privacy, computer forensics, ethical hacking, network penetration testing, IT governance, project management, business continuity planning, electronic discovery, legal and regulatory compliance, fraud examination, cloud security, and IT process improvement.