Raghu Iyer

Raghu Iyer

Board Director

R.V. Raghu, CISA, CRISC, is an accomplished information security and risk management professional with over two decades of experience across various industries. Currently, he serves as the director of Versatilist Consulting India Private Limited, a firm he co- founded in 2007. Versatilist Consulting provides consulting, training, and auditing services in information and cyber security, business continuity, and enterprise risk governance.

With over two decades of hands-on, multi-disciplinary experience across various industries, such as engineering, manufacturing, IT, ITeS, BFSI, chemicals, mining, and telecom, Raghu has a deep understanding of the challenges that organizations face in establishing and sustaining digital trust. He has helped numerous clients establish management systems compliant with ISO international standards and other frameworks, such as CMMI and COBIT.

In addition to his consulting work, Raghu is a dedicated member of the ISACA community. He currently serves on the board of One In Tech an ISACA foundation and is also the chair of the program committee for One In Tech. Raghu is the ISACA ambassador in India and is also part of ISACA’s strategic advisory council in India. He has served on the ISACA Global board of directors for five years, where he has also been two-term vice-chair of ISACA’s Audit and Risk committee and has served on the ISACA Technology committee for two years.

Raghu is a sought-after speaker and has delivered keynote speeches and participated in panel discussions at several conferences worldwide, including EURO CACS, ASIA CACS, and Africa CACS, among others. He has also delivered webinars on various topics across different platforms. As a trainer for CRISC and CISA, he continues to deliver training sessions for the ISACA Bangalore chapter, where he is an active member.

Raghu has contributed to the ISACA blog and various other local and international publications on digital trust, cybersecurity, information security, and governance. He has also been featured in several local newspapers, writing for ISACA.