A pioneer of identity-driven cyber resilience for enterprises, Semperis has announced the addition of Vice President & Enterprise CISO at Charlotte, North Carolina-based Atrium Health, Todd Greene to its Strategic Advisory Board. Atrium Health participated in Semperis’ recent Series C funding round of more than US$200 million, led by KKR. In his advisory role, Todd will guide Semperis’ healthcare-specific initiatives and be a strategic resource for customers, including the world’s largest health systems.
“Just as healthcare leaders unite to make groundbreaking discoveries for better medical outcomes, we need to take the same collaborative approach to cybersecurity research and innovation for a safer world,” said Greene. “Atrium Health seeks out companies building category-defining solutions that benefit the entire healthcare industry. Semperis is widely adopted in the healthcare sector, with a focus on protecting critical and persistently targeted identity systems, like Active Directory and Azure AD. It’s an honor to join Semperis as a strategic advisor and provide my first-hand perspective, representing healthcare CISOs dealing with the ongoing, daily challenges of cyber threats.”
Greene has been with Atrium Health for more than 23 years. Over time, he has been part of the organization’s growth into an integrated, multi-state health provider that now includes Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, also in North Carolina, and Atrium Health Navicent and Atrium Health Floyd in Georgia.
In January 2000, Greene became a founding member of the newly created Information Security department, where he has served in a variety of roles. He has also led several other major initiatives during his tenure, including Health Information Exchange and Disaster Recovery. Becker’s Hospital Review recognized Greene as one of 61 “CISOs To Know in 2020.”