Keith Anderson has been appointed as JetBlue's Chief Information Security Officer. Anderson will oversee the information security program to ensure the company’s data, systems and other digital assets remain protected.
Reporting to the chief digital and technology officer, Anderson will oversee all strategies, policies and procedures designed to minimize information security risk and proactively detect and address new threats.
Anderson has over 15 years of security experience and most recently served as Chief Information Security Officer of Warner Bros. Discovery. Previously, he held security leadership roles at AT&T, Goldman Sachs and Citi. Anderson holds a master’s degree in cybersecurity from New York University and a master’s degree in management information systems from Stevens Institute of Technology.