New techUK Cyber Management Committee Elected

Following recent elections, the new members of the techUK Cyber Management Committee have been confirmed.

The Committee is elected by the members, to represent the cyber community here at techUK.

The primary function of the Cyber Management Committee sets the strategic vision for the cyber security programme, helping the programme engage with government and senior industry stakeholders. Working across a broad range of sectors, the Committee will focus on growing the UK’s Cyber Sector, bulding networks and reducing business risk and cost for industry. The Committee will aim to lead debate on key cyber issues, from skills and awareness, technical developments and R&D, protecting CNI and developing cyber export opportunities for UK businesses.

The Committee members are:

Sian John, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft (Chair)

Gordon Morrison, Director of Government Affairs, Splunk (Vice-Chair)

Rick Hemsley, Managing Director, Accenture

Sam Kirby-French, Executive Manager, BAE Systems

Bernard Parsons, CEO, Becrypt

Ruth Davis, Head of Commercial Strategy and Public Policy, BT

Richard Holmes, Head of Cyber Security Services, CGI UK Ltd

Bryan Hurcombe, Public Sector Cyber Practice Leader, Deloitte

Simon Moffatt, Global Technical Director, ForgeRock

Julian Meyrick, VP IT Security, IBM UK

Michael Bateman, Director of Cyber and Government Services, IT Lab and Perspective Risk

Richard Quinlan, Cyber Security Sales Executive, Leonardo

Colin Robbins, Principal Security Consultant, Nexor

Mike Garside, Senior Manager Cloud Compliance, Oracle

Paul Thorlby, Chief Technology Officer, QinetiQ

Rob Crook, Managing Director, Raytheon UK

Andrew Rogoyski, Director of Innovation, Roke Manor Research Ltd

Scott Cairns, Chief Technology Officer, T-Systems Ltd

Gareth Williams, Vice-President, Thales UK

John Godwin, Director of Compliance, UKCloud Ltd 

techUK would like to say a big thank you to all those who put themselves forward for the Committee.

If you would like to here more about the committee or other ways you can get involved with the techUK Cyber Programme, please get in touch with the team.

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