Queen Associates announces a strategic expansion of their Information/Cyber Security solutions to include a holistic, end-to-end health information technology solution that not only includes quality IT staffing resources, but also a robust Information/Cyber Security consulting practice.  This service enhancement is designed to meet the critical needs that our clients have identified and also allows us to expand opportunities within the Warrior 2 Workforce program, harnessing the cyber capabilities of our veteran associates who have spent many years protecting the cyber infrastructure of our country.

David Shroyer recently joined Queen Associates as Managing Director of the Cyber Security services practice, bringing over 20 years of experience in the financial services sector.  Most recently, David has been a Cyber/Information Security Executive at Ally Bank, Bank of America and Regions Bank, and is also a Veteran of the US Army.  David possesses extraordinary expertise in the end-to-end security lifecycle.  In addition, he brings extensive regulatory experience as both a practitioner and risk manager in information, cyber and third party risk for the financial, retail, healthcare and energy sectors.

David’s team includes Vladimir Skoric, who joined Queen Associates as a Director and comes to us from Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), where he most recently served as a Senior Associate, and advised clients on cybersecurity assessments, information sharing and analysis organizations (ISAO), SOCs, cyber threat intelligence, and a number of other cybersecurity issues.  Before his work at PwC, Vladimir served as the IT Security Relationship Manager at Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), advising large financial services groups on the global state of cybersecurity, and the importance of cybersecurity awareness. Vladimir also coordinated the enterprise-wide cyber security liaison program and managed the bi-annual FIS CISO Council.  Prior to joining FIS, Vladimir spent four years at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in Washington D.C. where he served as the Special Assistant to the Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity, and the Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications, under the National Protection and Programs Directorate.

With the addition of David and Vladimir to lead our practice, Queen Associates’ capabilities have been greatly enhanced, bringing additional solutions to areas that are a critical focus for our clients’ boards and regulators.

For more information on Queen Associates Cyber offerings, please email info@nullqueenassociates.com.