Greg Hedrick CISSP, CRISC
Chief Information Security Officer, Purdue University
Indiana Wesleyan University, Bachelor Business Administration (1996)
Purdue University, Master Learning Design and Technology (2013)
Indiana Governor’s Executive Council on Cybersecurity, 2017 – present
Indianapolis CISO Governing Body Chair, 2015 - present
Educause Security Professionals Conference Program Committee, 2012
Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), Board of Directors for Indianapolis Chapter, 2003 – 2013
Committee on Institutional Cooperation Security Working Group (CIC-SWG), 2002-present
Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), past President for Indianapolis Chapter
Keynote, Presidio CIO Workshop. 2018
CDS Spotlight: Information Security. 2013, Educause
“Creating a Secure, Mobile, Remotely Managed, Bootable Environment,” 2010 Educause
Security Professionals Conference.
“Creating a Secure, Mobile, Bootable, Environment Coordinated Through ePO Using McAfee
Biometric USB Drives,” 2009 McAfee FOCUS Security Conference.
“Together We Can Do More: Working with Distributed IT to Promote Campus Information
Security,” 2009 Educause Security Professionals Conference.
“Building a Cybersecurity Operations Center,” 2009 Educause Security Professionals
“How to Prepare for and React to Data Breaches,” 2008 ACUTA Annual Conference.
“Effective Incident Response,” 2007 Educause Security Professionals Conference.
“Operations Security,” 2007 ITNS and CERIAS CISSP Luncheon Series.
“The Vulnerability Scanning Cluster,” 2004 Educause Security Professionals Workshop
Greg Hedrick is the Chief Information Security Officer for Purdue University. He has served in this position since 2014 and has over 25 years' experience in the Cyber Security field. As the University CISO, he is responsible for the policy and compliance, identity management and security teams including the Security Operations Center for the entire Purdue System. He is CISSP and CRISC certified and has served on multiple organizations including past President of the Indianapolis Information Systems Security Association, Board of Directors for the Information Systems Audit and Control Association Indianapolis chapter, and the Educause Security Professionals Conference program committee.