Business and Security
Dan is an Associate on the Cyber Regulatory, Policy, Strategy team within the CISO’s office at Goldman Sachs. In his role, he advises on the implementation of cyber controls and other strategic efforts to prevent cyber and information security incidents within the firm. He began a path in cyber and national security after beginning his career in investment banking with TD Securities. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Dan worked on New York City Cyber Command’s (NYC3) threat intelligence team, where he was tasked with advising the agency’s senior leadership on the role that local governments can play in countering state-sponsored influence operations and disinformation. This experience led him to write a white paper, “Localized Infektion.” He has also consulted for a global bank on cyber threats from Iran and served as an Emergency Operations Center fellow in New York City Emergency Management. Dan holds a Master’s of International Affairs in international security policy from Columbia University, where he served as a senior editor of the Journal of International Affairs Politics of Protest issue that included contributions from a Joshua Wong, a U.S. senator, and leading researchers. He received his Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University. Dan is a dual Canadian-Israeli citizen but has lived in the US since 2016.
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