Oto Racek

Oto Racek

IT Security Consultant, Computer Intelligence Group, Inc.
 

Currently employed at Computer Intelligence Group, Inc.

 

Previous: Pace University

 

    Summary

    Oto Racek is a seasoned IT security consultant with eight years of experience as a consultant with Computer Intelligence Group, Inc (CIG). He participates annually in the New York Information Security Forum, and has also taken part in the Symantec Cyber Readiness Challenge at the Greenwich Village Country Club. Oto Racek holds a Bachelor’s degree from Pace University in New York. As an IT security consultant from 2000 to 2008, Mr. Racek undertook CIG business services assignments that involved implementing and managing systems within the investment and trading sectors. He and his team provided cost effective, results-focused solutions that enabled diverse aspects of sales, trading, settlement, and clearance to proceed seamlessly. Over the past decade, Mr. Racek has been active as a competitor in world class triathlon events. He has taken part in the Anthracite Triathlon in Pennsylvania on multiple occasions, and competed in the Great South Bay Triathlon. The latter annual Long Island event benefits the Boomer Esiason Foundation. In 2010 and 2011, Oto Racek ran in the 3.5-mile JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge, which has been held in locations around the world such as San Francisco, Sydney, and London.

Experiences

 

IT Security Consultant

At Computer Intelligence Group, Inc.

From January 2000 to Present
Computer Intelligence Group, Inc. (CIG) provides management and systems consulting services to the financial industry and in particular specializes in servicing businesses requiring an in depth knowledge of securities, derivatives, risk management, operations and accounting. Through industry and...
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Pace University, New York City

BS, Pace University

From January 1998 to January 2001

Skills

 
  • Consultant
  • Consulting
  • Information Security
  • Information Technology
  • IT
  • IT Security

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