Todd works at Towers Watson as the CISO with responsibility for both Information and Physical Security. He is responsible for ensuring appropriate security is in place to protect corporate and client assets in over 140 offices across more than 25 countries.

Todd works hand in hand with various lines of business, privacy, audit, compliance, and legal to coordinate, execute, and govern the corporate information security program. Current responsibilities in this position include: managing the corporate information security program; defining strategy; coordinating security initiatives efforts across lines of business, audit, compliance, operational risk and IT; and reporting information security program status to senior management, the board of directors, and various leadership committees.

Todd has over 25 years of information systems experience and has been involved with various aspects of Information Security for over 15 years. Prior to working at Towers Watson/Towers Perrin, he was the Director of Information Security at Commerce Bank (now TD Bank). Previously, Todd has spent much of his career as a consultant, where he last was responsible for managing the Information Security practice at Schlumberger Ltd, a global oilfield services organization. He has also had various consulting engagements as well as several years of banking experience at CoreStates Bank (now Wachovia). Mr. Bearman has successfully leveraged his broad base of security expertise and experience with his strong business sense to empower companies to protect their information assets while managing information risk and business costs and impacts.

Todd has been invited to participate on several panels and presented security lectures for various organizations including Gartner, Symantec, NJ CIO Forum, NJ Technology Forum, and the Information Security World Conference, CISO Summit, and PwC State of Security Panel. Todd has also been featured in multiple articles including in Information Technology and Security Magazine and He earned his BS in Marketing from Monmouth University.