Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
Becton Dickinson (BD)
Nicholas Mankovich (Nick) is a Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Becton Dickinson bearing ultimate responsibility for the adequate protection of BD information asset confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Prior to his 2 ¾ years at BD, he founded and operated CyberRisk Consulting LLC - a privacy, product security and enterprise security risk management consultancy.
From 1995-2015, Nick held positions at Philips Electronics, including as Corporate Research Department Head specializing in IT-based innovation. He then became a Healthcare Strategy Senior Director (1 yr) and moved on to create and manage both the Healthcare Product Security program and the Healthcare Privacy Office (8 yrs). During his final three years at Philips he was asked to transform Information Security at Philips as their first global CISO.
While at Philips and beyond, Nick worked on international standards – most notably with ISO-IEC Joint Working Group 7, responsible for establishing safety, effectiveness and security in connected healthcare technology.
Prior to 1995, Nick spent thirteen years in the UCLA School of Medicine where he became an Associate Professor of Radiological Sciences. During that time, he also had a 3-year appointment as a Visiting Professor in the School of Computer Sciences and Engineering at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Nick was engaged in hospital-wide digital initiatives including creating one of the first Radiological Picture Archiving and Communications Systems. In the 1980s he was one of the first to realize surgical planning based digital imaging and 3D printing via stereolithography. He has over 100 publications and holds 6 patents.