About Us

The GlobalCyberConsortium is a group of industry professionals dedicated to simplifying cyber security questionnaires, a critical tool in managing organizational risk. Standardizing cyber questionnaires can significantly improve the process and set a benchmark for companies providing products and services which connect to IT systems.

What We Do

  • Creating a standardized cyber questionnaire for products and services.
  • Establishing criteria for a list of achievable cyber guidelines.
  • Identifying procedures for an effective risk mitigation plan.
  • Creating a program to support third party customized solutions. 
  • Developing training to support the above objectives. 

Meet The Team

Min Kyriannis

Min Kyriannis has more than 25 years of experience working globally in industries involved with enterprise converged information technology, cybersecurity, physical security, and risk management. She is a recognized technology leader and a pioneer in leading the development of an innovative cybersecurity program supporting building systems.

Min has been on both the client and consultant sides of the business and is able see how technology is now becoming the critical component of businesses. She combines this knowledge with her technical expertise to develop best practices for a broad range of security programs.

Min is a founder of Amyna Systems, a start-up focused on addressing the issues related to IoT and cyber security.  She is the co-host of Security IQ, a podcast focused on security, the co-president of Women in Security, chairs the SIA’s Cybersecurity Advisory Board,  and is an on the Advisory Board of Security Specifiers.  Min has both undergraduate and masters degrees from New York University.  

David Bunzel

David Bunzel is the Executive Director of the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA), an industry group working to develop interoperability specifications allowing integration of security products and systems.  Previously he led standards organizations in both the Smart Energy and Optical Storage Industry. David is the founder and managing director of Santa Clara Consulting Group (SCCG), a market research and consulting firm.  Considered one of the leading analysts in the data storage field, David has been widely referenced in publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, New York Times, Computerworld, Electronic Business, and regional and industry publications.   David graduated with a bachelor’s degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from Santa Clara University. 

Sandy Jacolow

Sandy Jacolow serves as Chief Technology Officer for Empire State Realty Trust a role in which he oversees innovation and technology initiatives supporting the company’s property management, leasing, development, Empire State Building Observatory, and growth activities. Mr. Jacolow currently is a member of the REBNY Technology Steering Committee, chairperson of their Cyber Security Committee, and co-founder of the PropTech Challenge. Mr. Jacolow has been active in the real estate industry for 30+ years with a unique and complementary blend of financial, asset management, digital marketing, and technology experience.

Prior to Empire State Realty Trust, Mr. Jacolow served as Chief Information Officer at Meridian Capital, a role in which he oversaw their brokerage, investment sales, and retail leasing initiatives. Prior to Meridian he served as Silverstein Properties’ Chief Information Officer, a role in which he oversaw technology initiatives that support the company’s property management, asset management, leasing, digital marketing, and construction & development activities.  His role expanded across their World Trade Center Management & Development and Silver Suites 

During his career he has served as chairperson of the NCREIF Information Management Committee, a member of the REIS Council, a member of NAREIM’s IT Advisory Council, a founding member on the Board of Directors for OSCRE International, and a member of the Realcomm Advisory board.