New management team for E&Y tech unit

New management team for E&Y tech unit

Firm appoints new team to lead its 350-strong division

Ernst & Young has appointed Richard Brown as its new UK head of its
Technology
and Security Risk Services
practice – he will lead a 350 strong team.

Brown has replaced Jan Babiak who was appointed to the firm’s new leadership
team in June as managing partner for regulatory and public policy, while Paul
Sparkes has takes up the post of UK head of Information Security.

Brown has 17 years experience in technology security at
Ernst & Young
across a number of industries, from banking to insurance and telecoms.

He will be responsible for providing global clients with advice and guidance
on complying with information security standards and regulation.

Sparkes originally joined Ernst & Young in 1993 before moving to
Cap Gemini. He returned to Ernst
& Young in 2005.

Further reading:

Ernst & Young to
expand Manchester office

E&Y brings Renoir landscapes to London

E&Y Luxembourg sells domiciliation arm

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