Brad Maiorino

Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer


Brad Maiorino is the Chief Information Security Officer for RTX, responsible for all aspects of global information security and technology risk for the enterprise. He brings more than 25 years of experience, with diverse business experience and a track record of building and leading cyber and risk management teams across global organizations.

Prior to joining RTX, Brad was most recently Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at FireEye, overseeing the company’s strategy to help clients solve complex cybersecurity problems. Previously, Brad has served as CISO at General Electric, General Motors, Target, and Thomson Reuters, and as Executive Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton.

While serving as CISO for Target, he led the retail giant’s post-data breach response enabling a company-wide transformation and preparing the company to defend against today’s threats. During this time, he was a founding member of the board of directors for the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC), where he worked alongside his peers to strengthen the industry’s collective defense against today’s threats.

During his tenure as CISO for General Motors, Brad led the transformation of the automaker’s information security and IT risk organization, building out a global team and establishing the company’s Vehicle Cyber Security Steering Committee. As the CISO for General Electric, he oversaw GE’s information security program across all lines of business and led the design and build of the GE Cyber Security Fusion Center, a state-of-the-art security operations center.

Brad is active in the industry as a leader in many facets of cyber security. He is on the Board of Directors for NETGEAR, holding the roles of chairman of the Cyber Security Committee and member of the Audit Committee. Brad is also a member of the Aspen Cyber Strategy Group, a faculty member for the World 50 NEXT Leader Program, and a strategic advisor for ClearSky Security.