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Mathew Newfield

Mathew Newfield

Senior Vice President and Chief Security and Infrastructure Officer

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Mathew Newfield is senior vice president and Chief Security and Infrastructure Officer (CSIO) of Unisys. The CSIO organization comprises the former Unisys Information Technology (UIT) and Chief Information Security Office (CISO) organizations. It is responsible for delivering secure solutions that enable the company to serve its clients more effectively and for providing internal IT and security services across the enterprise.

Mathew joined Unisys in March 2018 as Chief Information Security Officer. He has more than 19 years of experience in Information Technology, with a focus on security, software-as-a-service operations, risk auditing and management and international mergers and acquisitions.

Prior to joining Unisys, Mathew was Director of Global Managed Security Services for IBM, where he had responsibility for delivery services in 133 countries and managed a staff of 1,500 security professionals. Mathew led IBM's Managed Security Practice, which performed device management, threat intelligence, managed security information and event management, account governance, project management, deployment services, new service integration business operations, compliance/governance and architecture services. He was also the Business Unit Information Security Officer and Global Process Officer for IBM's Security Services Organization. During his time at IBM, Mathew streamlined operational processes and developed cost reduction methodologies that improved cost control, profitability and client delivery. Prior to IBM, Mathew held senior security leadership roles at Cybertrust, RSA and DDC Advocacy.

Mathew is on the Board of Directors of the National Technology Security Coalition (NTSC), a published author on topics related to security and a speaker on cybersecurity, and has been an instructor at the SANS Institute. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from George Mason University.