Shelbi Rombout is an information technology and security professional with more than 20 years of experience in leadership roles within information security, risk management, technology project management and networking. As the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer for Mastercard, she is responsible for the corporate security prevention efforts, including vulnerability management, risk management and identity and access management.
Prior to joining Mastercard, Ms. Rombout spent many years in financial services. At US Bank, Ms. Rombout led the Identity and Access Management Program and participated in sector-wide efforts to strengthen public and private partnerships. At Bank of America, she led multiple information security, risk and compliance programs. This included a focus on Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) and Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) governance for authentication in internet banking. She has also previously led insider threat and behavioral analysis organizations where strategic direction was developed to implement controls and monitoring tools for mitigating potential disruptions caused by intentional or unintentional insider activity.
Prior to joining Bank of America, Ms. Rombout was a consultant leading multimillion-dollar programs and high-performance teams in a variety of industries, including banking, insurance, retail and energy. She has a track record of success in generating innovative solutions to complex problems, reducing costs, fast-tracking delivery timelines while continually increasing quality.
Ms. Rombout has received numerous accolades for operational excellence, attended the IBM cybersecurity command center exercise highlighted on the Today Show in 2017, was recognized by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal in 2014 as one of the Top 50 Women in Business, was elected to the PCI Board of Advisors in 2013 as the representative for Bank of America and was nominated in 2010 for the Information Security Executive Southeast award.