Eric Svetcov, Chief Technology Officer & Chief Security Officer
Eric Svetcov is CSO and CTO for Medigram. He is a recognized leader in the health care technology space for building highly resilient and performant solutions with security, privacy and compliance requirements built in at all levels of the solution.
Eric is widely known for driving cutting edge solutions with embedded market winning compliance requirements into high performance cloud computing solutions that solve customer business problems. As a leading subject matter expert, Eric is an Information Security authority with International Experience and Deep Cloud Computing Knowledge.
Eric is co-author of the CCISO Body of Knowledge and one of the original CCISO certification trainers. He is an Advisory Council member for the CISO Executive Network, led the first global Cloud Computing Company (Salesforce) through ISO 27001 Certification and did it again with Mede/Analytics where he also led HITRUST Certification with more than 700 assessed controls. Eric’s deep experience includes acting as Caldicott Guardian, Chief Privacy Officer, and Data Protection Officer.
Some highlights include Eric’s leadership as a startup veteran.
He has designed IT Operations and Security infrastructure four times from scratch. He re-designed architecture and infrastructure for a real-time data analytics product delivering $18MM ARR in its first year, drove IT/Operations/Security that enabled 5x headcount growth over a 2-year period. Eric builds scalable Governance/Security programs, including ISO 27001, HITRUST, HIPAA, COBIT, and ITIL in rapid growth environments.
Eric is excited about applying his experience in Architecture, Solution Design, Security, Privacy, IT, Support, & Technical Operations to build one of the most important companies of our time. At Medigram we are building a new kind of company to solve some of the hardest challenges in medicine; initially targeting to save hundreds of thousands of lives and delay disability for millions more. He is skilled at engendering confidence, trust, and performance with both internal and external teams to deliver within specified timeframes.
Previously, Eric’s work has informed federal level HIPAA audit processes. His work has supported more than 24 billion patient encounters in the United States and the United Kingdom with records of more than 100 million unique patient lives from more than 900 healthcare organizations.
Eric’s prior Big 4 Experience, as Sr. Manager at KPMG – Risk Advisory Services/IT Advisory paired with his Cloud Computing and Information Security thought leadership supports his pragmatic approach as a trainer and speaker at conferences in the United States, Europe, ANZ, and ASEAN. He has taught professional training classes internationally on Data Security and Cloud Computing and authored the first Cloud Computing training class that was certified for reimbursement by the Singapore Government. Eric has been published and quoted in leading IT and Information Security magazines in the United States and Asia/Pacific. Eric has been an Advisory Council member of the CISO Executive Network, a Board Member (and former Chair) of the American Board of Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (ABCIA), as well as a former Board Member – ISACA (Auckland Chapter). Eric has also been an EC Council CISO of the Year Finalist.
Eric brings deep International experience, including Europe, Middle East, North America, APAC, and ANZ to the problems facing global scale medical information risks and security requirements. He is a sought-after trainer/speaker internationally and co-author of the CCISO Body of Knowledge and articles in leading IT/Security magazines.
In his off hours, Eric enjoys sports with his kids and spends time on his passion for bringing up standards for cyber security nationally. He continues to spend part of his free time creating training programs and writing about cybersecurity.