Voyager Digital Announces Daniel Costantino as Chief Information Security Officer

 Voyager Digital Ltd , a publicly-traded, licensed crypto-asset broker that provides investors with a turnkey solution to trade crypto assets, today announced it has appointed Daniel Costantino, CISSP, CISM, CEH, as Chief Information Security Officer.

Mr. Costantino joins Voyager from Penn Medicine, where he was the Associate CIO and CISO.  He will spearhead Voyager’s implementation and maturity of several information technology and security programs, including further enhancements to infrastructure scalability and best-in-class security safeguards to continue ensuring complete platform and account protection to our customers.  A highly decorated United States Marine, Dan served in both combat and humanitarian tours during his time in the military as a Cyber Network Operator. He was nominated as a “CSO of the Year” finalist in 2019 and in 2020 and his team won “Best Security Team” in 2020 by SC Media.  Dan is also the winner of the CSO50 Awards in 2019 and 2020 for cybersecurity innovation and thought leadership.                

“At Voyager, safeguarding our users’ assets and information is our first priority. Dan’s extensive track record securing sensitive military and healthcare information on a large scale will add to our robust controls already in place today as we grow our business to meet unprecedented demand,” said Steve Ehrlich, Co-founder and CEO of Voyager Digital. “We welcome Dan to the team and know his skillset will enhance our security features and provide reassurance to our community that they hold accounts on the most trusted and secure platform to trade digital assets.”

In his most recent role at Penn Medicine, Dan led the IT Infrastructure and Information Security departments, managing a $60 million budget, while protecting and enabling one of the United States’ leading schools of medicine, six hospitals, over 40,000 employees, and millions of patient records. He implemented comprehensive security programs and technologies, including vulnerability management for over 150,000 devices, identity protection, application and data protection safeguards, incident response, cloud computing infrastructure design, EMR security, and security operations.  Further, Dan completed development and staffing of a 24/7 security operations center (SOC) for Penn Medicine, including active security monitoring, forensic analysis, threat intelligence, and technical orchestration of day-to-day security operations. Dan holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH)  designations.                                                                                     

“Voyager’s growth in the nascent digital asset space presents significant opportunities as the Company continues to expand its product offering and grows its business internationally,” added Mr. Costantino. “I look forward to safeguarding the Voyager community during these exciting times as more and more retail investors discover and embrace digital assets, positioning the Voyager platform as the most secure to store and invest in digital assets.”

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