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CRI Announces Board of Directors

Financial Institutions Choose New Leadership for the Upcoming Year

San Diego, CA: On March 3, 2024, the Cyber Risk Institute (CRI) seated a new slate of Directors to the CRI Board who will help set and drive the strategic direction of the organization and the Profile. CRI is pleased to announce six incumbents and three new Board members to steer the organization in a year of Profile production and promotion and organizational growth. Each elected board member has an established track record of excellence within the financial services sector and is well-positioned to move CRI and the Profile forward.

“CRI’s Board of Directors (19) include some of the sharpest minds in the financial services sector. I am pleased to welcome back six returning Board members and three new members who will bring energy and focus on the important cyber issues of today. These are the right individuals to help guide CRI during this year of tremendous momentum and growth,” said Josh Magri, CRI President and Founder.

CRI Board members are elected by their peer organizations and represent industry leaders in cybersecurity and technology risk. Recently-elected Board members include:

  • Jen Buckner, Senior Vice President, Technology Risk at Mastercard;
  • Jim Cebula, Senior Vice President and Director of Security Risk at Citizens Bank;
  • Nicole Clement, Senior Vice President of Global Information Security at Bank of America;
  • Phil Collett, Vice President of Technology Risk at American Express;
  • Anthony Hines, Director of Cyber Security Governance, Risk and Compliance at the London Stock Exchange Group;
  • Brad Manganello, Managing Director of Cyber Governance, Controls and Policy at Citi;
  • Philip Martin, Chief Security Officer at Coinbase;
  • Jonathan Ruf, First Vice President and Head of Cyber and Information Risk Management at Apple Bank; and
  • Stephanie Webster, General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer at the Institute of International Bankers.

Recognizing their leadership and commitment to advancing CRI and the Profile around the globe, the Board elected Brad Manganello of Citi as its new Chair and re-elected Jason Harrell of DTCC as its Vice Chair to lead the organization over the next year.

“This year will be CRI’s most productive year yet with several significant deliverables to the financial sector. Along with Vice Chair Harrell, I am confident that we can drive Profile adoption and acceptance from the US and abroad,” said Brad Manganello.

Vice Chair Jason Harrell also noted, ”I am pleased to return as CRI’s Vice Chair and head of its Finance Committee in order to provide continuity and oversight of the organization’s governance processes. CRI has matured tremendously since its inception, and I look forward to helping it continue to grow over this coming year.”

The CRI Board of Directors is designed to reflect the complexity of the financial services industry and makes the most critical strategic decisions about the CRI and its suite of products, including, most notably the CRI Profile, the Profile Guidebook, and Cloud Profile. Learn more about CRI’s Board of Directors here:


About the Cyber Risk Institute: The Cyber Risk Institute (CRI) is a not-for-profit coalition of financial institutions and trade associations working to protect the global economy by enhancing cybersecurity and resiliency through standardization. The CRI Profile, formerly the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council Financial Sector Profile, is a cybersecurity framework developed by and for the financial sector based on globally recognized standards. It connects the dots between cyber best practices and expectations from all over the world.

Media Contact:
Emily Beam
March 11, 2024

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