Jasper Ossentjuk self-funded his education working as a pizza delivery driver, an award-winning chef and a seasonal worker in the Alaskan commercial fishing industry. He started his technology career as a consultant in the Financial Services practice at Andersen Consulting. He worked at HSBC for a dozen years where he led international information security teams spanning 45 countries protecting the banking data of 50 million customers. Jasper is currently the Global Chief Information Security Officer at TransUnion where he leads TransUnion’s global Information Security function with responsibility for protecting TransUnion’s $1.5 billion revenue and over 4000 associates, 30+ petabytes of data, 65,000 business customers, over 1 billion consumer files based on 90,000 sources of data represented in 68 offices across 35 countries. Jasper graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Information Systems and from The George Washington University with a Master’s Degree in Project Management.