Tom Stumpek currently serves as the Chief Information Security Officer for Lahey Health.
Prior to his current role he served as an independent advisor for Cybersecurity start-ups and enterprise clients helping them navigate the complex world of information security, risk and effective Cyber management.
Previously, Tom held several C level positions over twenty-three years at the General Electric Company including those of VP/CIO, CTO and CISO with multiple, global GE business units. Those businesses spanned a broad spectrum of industries in manufacturing, financial services, corporate and insurance. Tom also earned his Six Sigma Master Black Belt while at GE.
From a Cybersecurity perspective Tom has expertise in both Enterprise Risk Management and the technology aspects of Cyber. Tom has presented at several conferences including Secure World “Vendor Risk Management – Understanding and Managing 3rd Party Cyber Risk” and the IoT Security Conference “Enterprise Risk Management and Developing a Corporate Strategy”.
Tom’s webinars include “Cybersecurity Benchmarking for CIOs” and“ Evolution of Executive Reporting”. Tom has been the primary contributor to two recent whitepapers “The Top 7 CIO Challenges” and “Analyzing The CIO’s Roles & Responsibilities For Cybersecurity”.
Tom recently moderated a day-long event titled “Scaling your Third Party Risk Management Platform” which featured industry leaders across Governance, Risk and Cybersecurity.
Tom currently serves on the Technology Steering Committee for Care Dimensions and was formerly on the Beverly Hospital IT Steering Committee in Beverly, MA.