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Security, Identity, & IT Business Continuity

The Security, Identity, & IT Business Continuity group protects Weill Cornell Medicine's reputation, brand, and business operations through policies, procedures, and technologies that secure our information systems and ensure their resiliency in a disaster. The college produces large amounts of data on a daily basis involving patients, students, research subjects, financial accounts, and other sensitive information. This team works to prevent data from being compromised and becoming the next news story. We also try to ensure that security systems do not unnecessarily harm productivity. We seek to accurately maintain key identification data about the WCM community to speed and simplify secure system access and to enhance communications and reporting.

Brian Tschinkel

Brian Tschinkel

Director, Security, Identity, & Business Continuity
Info. Security Officer

Paul Albert

Paul Albert

Identity Services Product Manager

Maria Aponte

Maria Aponte

Identity Management Analyst

Raheem Fadeko

Raheem Fadeko

Identity and Access Management Engineer

Bryan Fisher

Bryan Fisher

Sr. Security Engineer

Lisana Gabriel

Lisana Gabriel

IT Disaster Recovery Analyst

Ross Goldstein

Ross Goldstein

Sr. Security Analyst

Lawrence Heck

Lawrence Heck

IT Disaster Recovery Manager

Kevin McCormack

Kevin McCormack

Identity & Access Management Engineer

Ounali Jaffery

Ounali Jaffery

Security and Identity Management Architect

Lucas Rockwell

Lucas Rockwell

Identity Solutions Architect

Rey Santos

Rey Santos

Senior Security Engineer

Christopher Vutto

Christopher Vutto

Security Analyst

Brian Whelan

Brian Whelan

Senior Security Engineer

Zhilei Yue

Zhilei Yue

Security Analyst

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