Mark Deen is an Adjunct Professor at FIU’s Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy and a Senior Research Engineer with United Data Technologies. Mr. Deen has extensive experience in Information Technology Security and Audit, while possessing a background in IT Security & Financial Audit and Regulatory Compliance. He also has 24 years of IT experience and prior experience with KPMG International IT Audit and risk analysis. Mr. Deen is highly proficient in the policy driven governance and regulation of private and public corporations including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, BASEL I, II & III and the Corporations Act of 1999 (United Kingdom). Mr. Deen possesses extensive prior experience in the application of privacy and industry specific regulation/guidance including the application of the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA), EU Data Privacy Act, FDIC Loss Share Agreements, HAFA, HAMP, UP, FACTA, OFAC, BSA/AML, HIPAA, HITECH, FERPA and the EU Data Privacy Act. Mr. Deen has extensive background in IT audits using BS 7799/ISO 17799/ISO 270001, COBIT, COSO ,ITIL, GEAC, NIST, GTAG, AICPA Systrust and Webtrust; and has proven his ability to perform business process analysis identifying risks within business processes, identifying possible efficiencies, and identifying gaps with best practice. Mr. Deen has demonstrated capability in the creation, implementation.
Mr. Deen holds a Masters in Finance from Cornell University, has completed programs in Data Governance at MIT, and studies Corporate Governance and post-Masters work from Tulane Law and Boston University Law respectively. He is a graduate of the Oxford and Cambridge Examination Boards in England and has additional technical and business certifications in Information Technology and various business disciplines.