CareerBuilder, a leading technology company providing “hello to hire™” human resources solutions to global customers, announced today that Anthony Dupree, Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, was awarded the 2018 Certified Chief Information Security Officer Award in the CCISO of the Year category. Dupree was hired to this role in December last year, marking one of the first positions of its kind in the industry.
The Certified CISO Awards, which are run by the EC-Council, the world’s largest cyber security technical certification body, celebrate executives around the world who are working to improve the information security of their respective organizations. Award finalists are selected and voted on by two committees, the Certified CISO Advisory Board and the CISO Events Board. Voting is anonymous without input from the EC-Council staff.
Currently, Dupree oversees infrastructure, development opportunities, cloud and security. He continues to strengthen CareerBuilder’s global IT and information security vision, policies and programs, which keep CareerBuilder clients and users protected in a safe ecosystem. Over his career, Dupree has been committed to creating and implementing compliant and enterprise-wide systems and networks, developing proprietary technologies to protect data for strong, efficient solutions.
Dupree is also a decorated Army Reserve Officer, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel after 28 years of service. He received the Bronze Star for Operation Iraqi Freedom Award – the second highest award for any soldier to receive, in addition to numerous other awards.
“Being recognized with the Certified CISO Award is an honor, and I feel privileged to be among such talented leaders in the industry,” commented Dupree. “This acknowledgment underscores my commitment to making sure that CareerBuilder’s stakeholders are protected in a safe ecosystem and to guard against cyber threats. Creating and upholding a multi-layer defense model that combines the power of operations, people and technology has been a top priority, and I look forward to continuing to uphold and build upon our system to maintain our strong position.”
“I am proud of Anthony’s dedication to his country and CareerBuilder and congratulate him on his work and innovations that are recognized with this award,” said Irina Novoselsky, CEO of CareerBuilder. “His dedication to protecting our data, and the job seekers and talent recruiters that are part of our network, is an integral component of the technology that has enabled us to maintain CareerBuilder’s leading position in the industry for nearly 25 years.”
Before joining CareerBuilder, Dupree served as the CIO and CISO of Novitex, and held senior roles at McGraw-Hill Education, Elizabeth Arden and Toys R Us. He received his Bachelor of Art in Communications from New York Institute of Technology and a Masters of Technology from Stevens Institute of Technology, in addition to certifications from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) and the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council).
CareerBuilder is a global technology company that provides end-to-end HR solutions to help employers find, hire and onboard great talent, and helps job seekers build new skills and progressive careers as the modern world of work changes. A known disruptor for nearly 25 years, CareerBuilder is the only company that offers both software and services to cover every step of the “hello to hire™” process, enabling its customers to free up valuable resources across their HR tech supply chain to drive their business forward. Specializing in talent acquisition recruiting platforms, employment screening and human capital management, CareerBuilder is the largest provider of AI-powered hiring solutions serving the majority of the Fortune 500 across five specialized markets. CareerBuilder is majority-owned by funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, LLC and operates in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.careerbuilder.com.