Constantinos is a Senior Oversight Expert focusing on cyber resilience activities for European FMIs. Constantinos is currently a Test Manager for TIBER-EU and is heavily engaged in the further development and evolution of the framework as well as assisting new jurisdictions in adopting and implementing the framework. Constantinos is also involved in the operationalisation and further development of the Cyber Incident and Information Sharing Initiative (CIISI-EU) and in further initiatives to raise the cyber resilience of European FMIs under the Euro Cyber Resilience Board (ECRB). Constantinos also participates in various international cyber groups, including workstreams of the G7 Cyber Expert Group and the CPMI-IOSCO Working Group on Cyber Resilience, as well as World Bank FIGI events, and conducts training for European and International supervisors/overseers on the Eurosystem Cyber Resilience Oversight Expectations. Prior to his Oversight role, Constantinos was part of the team monitoring the risks and enhancing the cyber resilience posture of TARGET Services, one of the most critical financial infrastructures in the world. Before joining the ECB in 2017, Constantinos worked at the Central Bank of Cyprus for 6 years, where he was the Bank’s Information Systems Security Officer, leading cyber resilience efforts within the Bank as well as assisting in bank supervision, bank resolution and eDiscovery missions during the financial crisis in Cyprus. Constantinos is a CISSP, CRISC, CISA and CDPSE, and has previously worked at KPMG, Ernst & Young and JCC Payment Systems. Constantinos holds a BSc in Mathematics from Warwick University and an MSc in Information Security from the University of Royal Holloway.