Lead Cyber Security Manager

MBA; B.Tech.; NCE; CISA; OCE; OCP; OCA; ITIL; Cobit 5.0 Assessor; ISO 9001; (QMS) LA; ISO 20000 (ITSM) LA; ISO 27001 (ISMS) LA; ISO 27032

Oluwasegun Oluwasanmi is an alumnus of Osun state College of Education, Ilesa (1996) and the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria with a Second Class Upper division in Industrial Mathematics (2001). He also holds an MBA in Information Technology.

Oluwasegun holds professional certifications which include Oracle Certified Professional (OCP), Oracle 8.0 Siebel Certified Consultant (OCE), Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA), Cobit 5 Assessor, ISO 9001:2008 (QMS) LA, ISO 20000 (ITSM) LA, ISO 27001(Information Security Management System – ISMS) LA, ISO 27032 Lead Cybersecurity Manager and ITIL certifications. He is also a member of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), Oracle and the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA).

He has a track record/proven performance in linking corporate vision with the delivery of desired results through empowerment, development and utilization of people, process and technology. A strong motivator 

and team player with effective leadership, communication, decision making, problem solving and interpersonal skills, together with a corporate focus and a results-driven attitude.

A purposeful Revenue Assurance, Risk Manager and IT Control & Auditor and a DBA with over 15 years of progressive experience covering Operations, Information Technology, Revenue Assurance, Risks Management, Systems Control and Information Systems Audit, with over 8 years leadership experience in the Banking and Service Industries. These include First Bank of Nigeria, Computer Warehouse Plc, United Bank for Africa, FCMB, Wema Bank Plc and Jaiz Bank.

Segun Oluwasanmi has significantly improved the overall Security Architecture of his previous employers as a result of the implementation of approved recommendations of risk-based audits and application reviews prior to deployment, resulting in savings of millions of naira that would have otherwise being paid to external consultants.