PracticeAccounting FirmsNew information security chief for E&Y

New information security chief for E&Y

Will lead team of 30 based in the UK

Seamus Reilly, a senior director of
Ernst & Young’s
technology and security risk services (TSRS) practice has been appointed as head
of the information security for NEMIA region.

This region is made up of
Northern Europe
(includes UK), Middle East, India and Africa

Reilly specialises in telecommunications, corporate security and controls, IT
due diligence, risk analysis, and information and network security and has 16
years security experience.

In his previous roles he has covered corporate business risk analysis, secure
infrastructure design, business continuity planning and exercising among other
things.

Further reading:

E&Y strengthens forensic team…thanks to KPMG

E&Y lures banking exec to PFI division

E&Y appoints diversity leader for Scotland

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