About Us — Meet the CampusGuard Leadership Team!

Harvey Gannon
CEO

Mr. Gannon is the Chief Executive Officer of CampusGuard, an international provider of PCI DSS compliance services. He also serves as an Executive Director for Nelnet, Inc. (NNI/NYSE) a leading provider of services and solutions for the public sector, including government and education institutions globally.

Previously, Mr. Gannon was Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of infiNET Solutions, the largest provider of Automated Billing, Payment Processing and Campus Commerce solutions for higher education institutions in the United States, until its sale to Nelnet, Inc. in 2006. After its sale to Nelnet, Inc. he became President of the Nelnet Business Solutions, which provides full-service business office automation, campus commerce, centralized payment processing and information delivery solutions for colleges and universities.

Mr. Gannon is a dynamic speaker that provides a clear vision for the future of technology as an enabler of solutions, and their effect on society, business and education. His unique ability to apply practical thinking to technology's role in people's lives and work has made audiences applaud, laugh, and walk away with a fresh perspective on technology and its impact on them. He has shared his vision and insight as a speaker and on Higher Education industry panels and as a keynote speaker at conferences across the globe.

In addition, Mr. Gannon has served as the President of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lake County, IL, where he managed all the activities of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors. He holds separate undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and Management.


Ron King
President

Ron has served in multiple capacities for more than thirty years in support of higher education information and network systems. Ron has worked with higher education since the infancy of campus payments and e-commerce, watched and participated as the needs have become more sophisticated, and is a leader in the field of protecting all forms of confidential and sensitive information. Mr. King serves as Co-Chair of the Treasury Institute for Higher Education PCI Workshop and is a regular speaker, addressing ACUA, CCBO, NACUBO, numerous regional Higher Education associations, and has authored multiple articles on the subject of protecting sensitive information in the higher education environment.


Craig A. Henninger
Manager, Security Advisor Services, CISSP, QSA

Craig has been involved in many areas of the information technology field over his 30 years of experience. He began his career in the United States Air Force where he was a computer maintenance technician. He then went on to work for a government contractor where he installed and maintained specialized computer systems. Later he moved to The Pennsylvania State University where he was involved with the design, installation and maintenance of the wide area network encompassing all the campuses and offices at Penn State.  Later he became the lead network and systems analyst for one of the larger networks on the University Park campus and was involved in the universities' disaster recovery initiatives, system security planning and finally as the internal consultant on the Information Privacy and Security Project (IPAS) developed to assist all colleges, campuses and departments in their efforts to comply with the PCI-DSS and other federal and state mandates. He is a certified security expert in the information security arena and the payment card industry

Craig also is an avid motorcyclist and an active member of the Patriot Guard Riders, a support organization for our nation's military.


Edward J. Ko
Senior Security Advisor, QSA

Mr. Ko has a breadth and depth of experience in many areas of information technology and security. He has worked as a sales manager for a computer parts retailer and has also worked as an information technology and security analyst for The Pennsylvania State University.

His many years of experience in retail as well as his twelve years of experience in higher education have given him a well-rounded understanding of technology, the issues it can resolve, as well as the issues it can create.

Mr. Ko performs web application vulnerability scanning and computer and network penetration testing as well as configuring and hardening a variety of operating systems and hardware platforms.

In addition, Mr. Ko enjoys riding his motorcycle, playing racquetball and solving moderately-complex mathematical problems.


Judi Seguy
Manager of the Customer Advocate Team

As the Manager of the Customer Advocate Team, Ms. Seguy and her team are responsible for coordinating the delivery of CampusGuard PCI Compliance and IT security services to all customers.  She works with the internal teams to define and implement processes for each service so as to ensure that each customer engagement achieves a consistent level of excellence.  As a member of the CampusGuard Leadership Team, Ms. Seguy brings the “voice of the customer” to the table and acts as the liaison between management and the Customer Advocate Team. 

Prior to joining CampusGuard, Ms. Seguy was VP, Integration & Implementation Services for Austin-based SecureNet Payment Systems, LLC.   She began her career in higher education when she joined Nelnet Business Solutions as a Customer Relationship Manager, later becoming the point person for third-party vendor relationships.  Her previous experience includes time as a Developer and System Admin working in large corporate environments like Motorola, Sears Technology Services, and Baxter International. 

Outside of work, Ms. Seguy is actively involved in her community through her volunteer work with Catholic Charities of Central Texas and Annunciation Maternity Home.