Daniel Kennedy is the Principal Research Analyst for Information Security for quantitative research at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. He is responsible for managing all phases of the research process. Dan is an experienced information security professional who has written for both Forbes online and Ziff Davis, has provided commentary to numerous news outlets including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and his personal blog Praetorian Prefect was recognized as one of the top five technical blogs in information security by the RSA 2010 Conference.
Prior to 451 he was a Partner in the information security consultancy Praetorian Security, LLC where he directed strategy on risk assessment and security certification. Before that he was Global Head of Information Security for D.B. Zwirn & Co. as well as Vice President of Application Security and Development Manager at Pershing LLC, a division of the Bank of New York.
Daniel holds a Master's of Science degree in Information Systems from Stevens Institute of Technology, a Master's of Science in Information Assurance from Norwich University, and a Bachelor's of Science in Information Management and Technology from Syracuse University. He has gained certification as a CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) from the EC-Council, a CISSP, and has a NASD Series 7 license.
Re-evaluating information security architecture to accommodate the emerging hybrid workforce, while resuming security initiatives disrupted in the rush to support off-site workers during the pandemic,…