Nancy Phillips Chief Information Security Officer Nancy Phillips is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for proactively combating data security risks for the evolving digital and health care needs of Centura Health. Nancy has more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of the data security arena from architecting secure solutions, establishing security programs or running large organizations responsible for security operations delivery. She began her career in the military intelligence community and then transitioned to consulting, where she designed and implemented security technologies and programs including multiple 24x7 security service capabilities for managed services or for organizations. Her most recent role before joining Centura Health was as the CISO for Datavail where Nancy was responsible for the execution of security controls as well as maintaining a strong governance, risk and compliance program. Nancy holds a bachelor’s in computer information systems management from Colorado Christian University as well as her Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certificate. Nancy is a founding member of a special interest group through Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Denver Chapter called Women in Security, and serves in a advisory role.