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Max J. Bobys, Vice President, Global Strategies, HudsonAnalytix, Inc.
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Mr. Bobys draws on 24 years of experience with technology startups, enterprise risk management, and new product development, spanning such disciplines as cybersecurity and integrated physical/electronic security systems in the maritime security space.
As Vice President of Global Strategies for HudsonAnalytix, Inc., a global maritime risk management firm, he is responsible for identifying new and emerging capabilities to bring to the global maritime industry. In this role he currently leads the company’s cyber risk management practice: HudsonAnalytix Cyber (“HA-Cyber”), which specializes in bringing to market best-in-class cyber risk management, assessment and threat information sharing solutions tailored specifically to the global maritime industry. In this capacity, he led the design and is currently leading the launch of HA-Cyber’s first to market maritime cybersecurity assessment and management platform, CyberLogix (www.hacyberlogix.com). In addition, he works closely with HudsonTrident, the company’s security arm, in supporting maritime clients with converged and evolving cyber-physical security requirements.
Mr. Bobys previously served in a variety of executive positions at such companies as Civitas Strategy Group, providing specialized advisory support to companies in the Homeland Security, Defense and Intelligence markets; as well as BAE Systems, Stanley, and CIBER, among others. He has also successfully co-founded several companies offering innovative, first-to-market capabilities in the cybersecurity, intelligence, and compliance management spaces. These include, among others, Axio, a niche advisory firm specializing in measuring enterprise cyber risk and the underwriting major cyber insurance instruments; Global Cyber Security, a provider of specialized cyber threat intelligence services; and Smart Security Group, a provider of security training and compliance management solutions for the global maritime security market.
In these roles he has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations. He has successfully led numerous multi-disciplined teams on a diverse range of engagements involving ‘converged’ enterprise security and risk management, complex systems integration, and business transformation. In this capacity, he has supported a wide range of clients, including various U.S. Federal, State and Local Government bodies, including all branches of the U.S. Department of Defense, NATO, and numerous allied governments in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. He currently advises the Organization of American States’ Inter-American Committee on Ports on matters of maritime cyber risk management and serves on the Delaware Bay Area Maritime Security Committee’s Sub-Committee on Cybersecurity.