Gary Sorrentino is a Managing Director and the CTO for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Sorrentino leads Asset Management’s global technology infrastructure initiatives, oversees the Asset Management data privacy program and is responsible for production support of business-critical, distributed and end-user technology infrastructure platforms. In 2014, he was asked to lead Asset Management’s cyber security efforts.
Sorrentino technology teams support critical infrastructure technology (datacenter, servers, storage, networking, system management, backup and recovery) in the United States, Switzerland, the Bahamas, and Hong Kong. He oversees end-user technology support and engineering (desktop, phone, mobile technology) for more than 24,000 Asset Management employees in more than 120 offices globally.
In the cyber security arena, Sorrentino’s teams focus on identifying technology solutions and implementing additional controls to improve Asset Management’s security posture and reduce the likelihood of security incidents. He recently introduced a multi-year cyber security roadmap for Asset Management aimed at improving AM data privacy, enhancing application security and reinforcing infrastructure and system security. In addition, Sorrentino regularly meets with senior Asset Management leaders and key clients to educate them on strategies for protecting firm and client data.
Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in October 2005, Sorrentino was Head of Global Infrastructure and Head of Technology Efficiencies at Citi Private Bank where he was responsible for global infrastructure support and strategic technology initiatives. During his tenure at Citi, he led the technology cost reduction and server optimization programs and managed end-user support functions.
With more than 35 years of experience in Information Technology, Sorrentino has served in various IT leadership positions across the industry, including at Credit Suisse as Global Technology CFO and UBS as North America IT Controller.