With global experience at numerous start-ups, as well as large public companies, Dhanya has been associated with innovation and led business transformations for over 20 years. Dhanya has a proven track record of building security solutions to and from the cloud, and developing strategic alliances and strategic selling at an executive level.
Prior to Trend Micro, Dhanya was President at Indusface, where he founded and built Indusface’s information security products and solutions division. This included Indusface’s flagship SaaS product for web application security IndusGuard. Dhanya was responsible for IndusGuard’s product strategy, product engineering and innovation, global marketing, sales and business development.
Before that, Dhanya was Vice President of Business Development and Vice President of Security Centre at Third Brigade, a leading provider of server and cloud security software. Dhanya was involved in all aspects of Third Brigade strategy and operations, and was instrumental in engineering the acquisition of Third Brigade by Trend Micro.
Prior to Third Brigade, Dhanya held various leadership positions at Entrust from 1995 through 2005. Dhanya is a co-inventor of two patented technologies and has published internet briefs on software technology.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Maharaja Sayajirao University in India, and completed the Queen’s Graduate School of Business Executive Program. He is also a frequent speaker at conferences and forums around the world.
Recognised as a global voice in cybersecurity and threat intelligence, Wendi has a decade and a half of diverse experience in incident response, proactive and strategic information security services, intelligence and data breach investigations. As the leader of X-Force, Wendi leverages people, infrastructure, data and technology to drive the capabilities of detection and defense against targeted threats for client organizations throughout the world.
Being a senior Cyber Security and Risk Management professional, Jacqueline has over 20 years’ experience in consulting, start-up and MSP management. She is currently a Cyber Partner with EY’s Financial Services Organisation, where she is also the FSO Lead for Diversity and Inclusion. Jacqui is a founding partner of the Better Cyber Security Coalition, a global group leading thinking on new ways to approach cyber security problems. She is also Chair of the largest and longest running body for women in the IT industry — Females in IT and Telecommunication (FITT). Jacqui has dealt with government, federal government, enterprise, carrier and FSI clients within Australia and the UK. She has excellent relationships with C-level executives in risk and security across both countries.
During her time in the industry, Jacqui has led and won engagements for many large contracts which were technologically difficult or complex, including in theatre for Defence, Space and Intelligence in both Australia and the UK.
Jacqui is regularly asked to present on cyber and risk at various conferences globally and in Australia. During SIBOS last year, she was asked to join the debate to speak on whether a cyber 9/11 was imminent, with other experts from several countries. She has completed several podcasts and articles on security and risk and is regularly quoted in the media on both security and risk and diversity and inclusion, subjects she is passionate about.
Before joining EY, Jacqui led Telstra’s security business, where she grew the Telstra security presence to be a dominant market player within the MSP market in Australia. Prior to this, she ran start-ups within Australia, taking them to number three in market within 12 months, and prior to that was in the UK where she supported the Defence, Space, and Intelligence portfolios. Much of the work in Defence and Space involved interaction with customers to solve extremely difficult technical challenges based on network infrastructure, which was mobile, in theatres without existing infrastructure (such as Afghanistan and Iraq) or space based, and required high levels of security classification. Jacqui has previously held government clearances in both the UK and Australia.
Jacqui is a former Intelligence officer with the ADF, and has completed Special Forces Planning, NATO engagement and Information Operations, as well as technical courses required for rank including ROAC. Her roles included support to 6 Brigade, 1st Commando Regiment, SOCOM and the 1st Intelligence Battalion.
In his current role, John Crain is responsible for establishing strategy, planning and execution for ICANN’s external Security, Stability and Resiliency programs. He works on a cross-functional basis with the ICANN executive team, staff and the community to enable and enhance capabilities that improve the overall security, stability and resiliency of the Internet’s Identifier Systems and associated infrastructures and represents ICANN in operational and technical dialogues and forums to ensure the full communities engagement with these programs.
Prior to his time at ICANN, Crain worked as part of the executive management team at the RIPE NCC in Amsterdam. The RIPE NCC is the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) that provides Internet resource allocations for Europe and surrounding areas. Crain has been directly involved in the administration of Internet Identifiers since his start at the RIPE NCC in 1995 and has worked in all areas of IP address administration. Crain also has extensive experience in the area of DNS administration and managing Internet infrastructure services.
Before becoming involved in Internet Administration, Crain worked as a Design Engineer in composite materials research and development. In that role, Crain was also responsible for local area networking of Computer Aided Design Systems and for writing and developing custom software applications.
First elected to the Supervisory Board of the Bank in 2005.
Years of election to the Supervisory Board: 2005-2019.
Equity interest in the share capital of Sberbank: 0.0045%.
Share of the ordinary shares of Sberbank: 0.0044%.
Has no kinship with other persons who are members of management bodies and bodies supervising Sberbank’s financial and business operations.
Since 2007 — CEO, Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank of Russia
2000 — 2007 — Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation
1998 — 2000 — First Deputy Minister of State Property of the Russian Federation
1997 — 1998 — Vice Governor, Chairman of the Municipal Property Committee, St. Petersburg Mayor’s Office
1994 — 1997 — Deputy Chairman, First Deputy Chairman of the Municipal Property Committee, St. Petersburg Mayor’s Office
1992 — 1994 — Chairman of the Property Committee, Deputy Head of Petrodvorets Administration
1992 — Head of Petrodvorets District Agency, Committee for City Property Management, St. Petersburg Mayor’s Office
1991 — 1992 — 1st Rank Legal Adviser at Economic Development and Property Committee, Petrodvorets and St. Petersburg Administration
1990 — Dostoevsky Omsk State University
Major and/or specialization: Legal Science
Further professional education:
1993 — St. Petersburg State University
Program: Postgraduate Education, Faculty of Law
2011 — Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Economics
2019 — Order for Merit to the Fatherland, Class II
2014 — Order of Honor
2014 — Order of Alexander Nevsky
2011 — Order for Merit to the Fatherland, Class III
2010 — Officer of the Legion of Honor (France)
2009 — P.A. Stolypin Medal, Class II
2009 — Certificate of Honor of the President of the Russian Federation
2007 — Order for Merit to the Fatherland, Class IV
2006 — Order of Holy Prince Daniel of Moscow, Class I