Jay Ranade, a certified CIA, CISA, CISM, CISSP, ISSAP, CGEIT, CRISC, HCISPP, CRMA, and CBCP is an internationally renowned expert on computers, IT Risk management, disaster recovery, IT Security, and IT controls. He has written and published more than 35 IT-related books on various subjects ranging from networks, security, mainframe/distributed operating systems, and computer programming languages. He also has an imprint with McGraw-Hill with more than 300 books called the “Jay Ranade Series” with more than 7 million copies in print. His books have been translated in German, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. The New York Times critically acclaimed his book called the “Best of Byte”. He is currently working on a number of books on various subjects such as Enterprise Risk Management and Cyber Security.
Jay has consulted and worked for Global and Fortune 500 companies in the US and abroad including American International Group, Time Life, Merrill Lynch, Dreyfus/Mellon Bank, Johnson and Johnson, Unisys, McGraw-Hill, Mobiltel Bulgaria, and Credit Suisse. His classes and lectures have been attended by employees of almost every Fortune 500 company globally.
He teaches graduate-level classes on Information Security Management and Ethical Risk Management at New York University. Jay is also an adjunct professor at St John’s University and teaches graduate-level classes on Accounting Information Systems, IT Auditing, Internal Auditing, Security/Forensics, and Operational Risk Management.
Jay was awarded President’s “Outstanding Educator Award” by ISACA NY Metro Chapter in June 2013.