About the Speaker
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    Sherry Hunyadi
    Chief Security Architect, Chevron

    Sherry Hunyadi is the Chief Security Architect for Chevron, a role she assumed in May 2021. Sherry leads Chevron’s Cybersecurity Engineering and Innovation team, responsible for strategic direction and technical execution of security-by-design practices across information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT). She is a member of Chevron’s CISO Leadership Team, which is responsible for overall cybersecurity efforts to secure and protect Chevron’s information and assets while ensuring cyber resiliency and data privacy.

    Prior to joining Chevron, Sherry served in several IT leadership roles. Most notably, she received a Houston CIO ORBIE award nomination for her work as VP, CIO for Layne Christensen Company prior to and during their acquisition by Granite Construction. With more than 20 years of experience in application development, system architecture, infrastructure, integration, and data analytics across a wide range of industries, Sherry brings a passion for stakeholder partnerships that deliver on the promise of true transformation through technology.

    Sherry received her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. She resides in Spring, Texas with her husband who is an active Warrant Officer in the Texas Army National Guard.