As a recognized cybersecurity leader, as well as previous Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for a global HR company and Big 4 consulting executive, Tami Hudson has extensive executive security experience in the financial services, consumer goods, and media & entertainment industries.

Tami is well versed in strategically planning, building and executing risk based cyber programs across each of the cyber domains, M&A cyber risk assessment, post-breach cyber program maturation, and organization wide cyber risk reduction. Further, she has built a sound reputation for skillfully merging her strong technical and business acumen in order to effectively align cybersecurity risks to overall enterprise risks.

Within her current role at Wells Fargo, she is responsible for strategic cyber remediation, and leading Wells Fargo’s client and industry cyber agenda which encompasses driving the cyber go-to-market strategy, building trust with clients using cybersecurity as a differentiator, and enhancing resiliency efforts across the cyber ecosystem.

Tami’s past and current community leadership roles include serving on the Georgia Tech board of directors, United Way board, as well as the board for several private equity companies. She has been a featured speaker during multiple cyber events including the Wall Street Journal Cybersecurity Conference and the NASDAQ Cybersecurity Summit, and has received several awards and recognitions. In her spare time, she enjoys mentoring women in technology, competitive running and spending time with her husband and 3 children. Tami obtained a bachelors from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Duke University.

Summits Attended: 2021 Debug

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