Don Anderson is senior vice president and chief information officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In this capacity, he is responsible for a diverse portfolio, including the Federal Reserve System's internet, cyber, and network security services, national financial management technology services, and the Boston Fed's information technology, real estate, and law enforcement functions.
Don is a well-regarded thought leader on technology issues, especially in relation to financial management and cybersecurity. He draws from a deep well of technology and financial services expertise as a leading contributor to cyber and other technology strategy within the Boston Fed and Federal Reserve System. As a thought leader, he is a frequent speaker and panelist on topics such as financial technology, distributed ledger technology, cybersecurity, and the power of information sharing.
Don was named the 2017 Boston CIO of the Year ORBIE Award winner by the Boston CIO Leadership Association for his work engaging financial services organizations and banks throughout New England on cybersecurity best practices.
Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Don was a senior consultant with Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise focused on the development and execution of IT transformation strategies for Fortune 500 companies. While at HP, Don successfully managed a number of multi-million dollar international programs.
Don is currently a member of the Bank's Executive Committee and represents the Bank on the System's CIO committee. He is also a founding member of the Advanced Cyber Security Center (ACSC), a Board Member of the Boston CIO Leadership Association and Wall Street Technology Association (WTSA) and is an active member of the Dana Farber Leadership Council (DFLC).
He holds a business degree from the University of Connecticut and an M.B.A. in operations and technology from Bentley University.
Senior Consultant at Hewlett Packard Enterprise
M.B.A., Bentley University
B.S., University of Connecticut
Dana Farber Leadership Council