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SEC Tech Chief Heads to Federal Reserve Bank of New York
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s chief information officer is heading to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, to serve as CIO and executive vice president of technology, the agency said. Pamela Dyson has served as the financial regulator’s top information-technology official for the past three years. Friday marks her last official day at the agency, an SEC spokesman told CIO Journal. In her place, Charles Riddle, the agency’s chief technology officer, will step in as acting CIO starting next week, the spokesman said. Ms. Dyson oversaw the agency’s digital transformation strategy, setting its core cloud capabilities in Amazon Web Services, among other IT projects.
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