KPMG expands cyber security capability

KPMG UK has appointed three new senior hires to its UK cyber security team. James Todd, Graham Thomas and Catherine Collins have all joined the firm to enhance its cyber security offering.

James Todd was previously CTO at BT Security and recently joined the firm as director of financial services, cyber and SecOps Lead. He will be leading KPMG’s Security Operations with a specific focus on financial services.

Graham Thomas has been hired by KPMG as privacy director in the cyber consulting team and will be responsible for the data privacy for financial services and lead the privacy capability across the UK. Prior to moving to the firm, Mr Thomas was global lead for data privacy and responsibility for Cognisant where he founded its privacy practice. He has also held leadership positions at Deutsche Telecom UK and Nokia.

Catherine Collins has also been hired as director of financial services cyber with her key responsibilities being business development, relationship management and project management. She previously worked at Ankura Consulting Group as a senior director where she looked after business development and client relationship management for its cyber and privacy practice globally.

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