As Managing Director in the Global Cybersecurity organization, Julie is the Chief of Staff for the organization and is responsible for Cybersecurity’s overall strategy, along with program management, business metrics, reporting, financial analysis, enterprise cybersecurity awareness and Cybersecurity engagement and partnership externally.
Julie has over 18+ years of experience in IT risk, regulatory compliance and information security within the financial services industry. Julie joined TIAA in 2013 and is currently head of the Office of Cybersecurity and Customer Engagement and is the Chief of Staff for the Global Cybersecurity organization. Previously, Julie led the IT Risk Management team at TIAA. In that role, she was responsible for IT policies and standards, IT risk frameworks and IT risk assessment services, including assessments across applications, infrastructure and suppliers. She also led Cybersecurity’s regulatory and audit function, where she was responsible for all regulatory and audit engagement. She previously established and led the Business Information Security Office (BISO) for TIAA and held the title of Information Security Officer for TIAA-FSB which included responsibilities of reporting to the TIAA-FSB Board on the FSB’s Information Security Program.
Before TIAA, she was an information risk manager at JPMorgan Chase, supporting emerging markets for the Americas and EMEA and the risk technology business within the investment bank. She began her career at Ernst & Young in the IT Risk & Assurance group where she worked in a variety of IT risk and security roles, including risk consulting, regulatory compliance, IT audit and IT risk and vendor management.
Julie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Information Systems from Lehigh University. Julie resides in New Jersey with her husband, 3 children and dog. Outside of work, Julie enjoys spending time with her family, being involved in her children’s various activities, traveling and summers at the Jersey shore.
GET TO KNOW JULIE MOOG
Why did you want to join the board of the NCA?
Being a Cybersecurity professional with young children at home I feel a responsibility to help protect and secure for a better tomorrow. I was drawn to NCA’s mission and programs it offers and am looking forward to being part of the future of NCA to continue its mission of empowering a more secure, interconnected world.
How does your company’s mission align with the NCA mission of empowering a more secure, interconnected world?
At TIAA, our vision is to Be the Change by delivering lifetime income for all with investments that build a better world. Our strategic pillars are focused on leading in lifetime income, delighting our clients and strengthening how we operate. TIAA’s cybersecurity program is a critical part of the strategy, and our team works 24/7 to protect customer data & accounts. Our organization also understands the importance of making Cybersecurity a community sport – we call it a WE thing. Our associates, customers, and partnerships across the industry – NCA included – are part of that community. We are all in this together to empower a more secure, interconnected world.
What is one way everyone can work together to improve cybersecurity behavior change?
We all need to do our part to continue to educate the world about Cyber threats and raise awareness. Technology and connectivity are all around us and we need to focus on educating children from an early age on the best use of technology and internet safety. With the continued demand for Cyber professionals, we also need to help demystify Cyber by showing people that there are multiple career paths within Cybersecurity and you don’t have to come from a technology background. Its a WE thing – we all play a part in improving cybersecurity behavior and growing the Cyber professionals of tomorrow.