Deborah Guild is executive vice president and chief security officer for The PNC Financial Services Group.
In this capacity, she serves as the chief information security officer responsible for aligning all aspects of PNC’s security program, including cyber and information security, security operations, enterprise fraud, security operations architecture, physical security and governance. In addition, in November 2020 she assumed responsibility for leading enterprise technology which includes engineering, enterprise hosting, enterprise response, technology risk management, enterprise architecture, enterprise data management and technology transformation and integration.
Guild was named chief security officer in February 2017. Previously, she served as PNC’s chief technology officer responsible for infrastructure, technology operations, information security, cybercrime and IT service management.
Prior to joining PNC in October 2013, Guild spent 21 years at Bank of America where she most recently served as chief technology officer of enterprise functions and end user computing. She also served as the global integrated business and change management executive. Guild previously served as senior network engineer at Intel Corporation.
Guild serves on the board for The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) and Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon, Inc. (P3R).
She earned a bachelor's degree in computer science, minor in mathematics from University of North Florida.