Brian Peretti

Director, OIC & Mission Support, U.S. Treasury (invited)

Brian J. Peretti, a career member of the Senior Executive Service at the United States Department of the Treasury, currently serves as the Director for International Engagement and Mission Support in the
Office of Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection (OCCIP). He has served for 18 years with increasing levels of responsibility, including being named the Senior Career Official Executing the Duties of the Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions during the transition from the Obama to the Trump Administration. Based on his expertise, he recently was detailed to serve as the first Senior Risk Advisor for Security and the Economy at the Department of Homeland Security, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security’s National Risk Management Center. Mr. Peretti currently oversees the development of international operational resilience policy, including cyber, as part of Treasury’s sector risk management efforts for the financial services sector. In this role, he spearheads Treasury’s efforts to increase bi-directional sharing of cyber threat and vulnerability information. He also serves as Treasury’s designated subject matter expert at the G-7 Cyber Expert Group. Mr. Peretti also oversees efforts to develop OCCIP’s strategic oversight, including strategic planning, requirements and budget, operational coordination, including project management and acquisitions, personnel matters, and administrative support. Mr. Peretti leads the effort to streamline and improve processes in order to enhance OCCIP’s day-to-day operational functioning. Prior to joining the Treasury, Mr. Peretti was an associate in Shook, Hardy & Bacon’s Corporate Banking and Finance Section in Washington, D.C., and was General Counsel for the Wright Patman Congressional Federal Credit Union. He has authored several publications related to the financial sector operations, including payment systems. Mr. Peretti received his bachelor’s degree from Rider University (cum laude) in 1989. and his law degree from American University, Washington College of Law (cum laude) in 1992. He lives in Arlington, VA with his wife, Kimberly Peretti, and their two children.