Oleh Derevianko is the Co-founder and Chairman of the Board of ISSP — Information Systems Security Partners — a private international cybersecurity company founded in Ukraine in 2008 and currently operating internationally. Having a strong presence in the countries at the front line of cyber and hybrid war, such as Ukraine, and serving both private and public sectors, ISSP provides unique expertise for cyberattacks detection, response, and analysis. Derevianko is also a co-founder of GuardYoo, a new cutting-edge solution for cybersecurity compromise assessment and advanced threat hunting, and co-founder of International Cyber Academy (Kyiv), which provides world-class learning opportunities for students who want to become skilled professionals in a world that depends on the use of cyberspace. In 2015–2016 he served as Deputy Minister, Chief of Staff at Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and currently serves as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Banking University (Ukraine). Derevianko received his master’s degree in international economics summa cum laude in 1997 from the Institute of International Relations at Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. In 2001 he received a PhD in economic policy, also from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. Additionally, Derevianko holds a postgraduate diploma in business administration from Warwick Business School, and his continuous education includes MIT’s and Harvard’s programs on cybersecurity technology, application, policy, and cybersecurity risk management, and a number of leadership development programs in Columbia Business School and The Aspen Institute.