Banker gets advisory role at KPMG

Marcus Alldrick, a security specialist with 13 years experience in the
banking industry, has been appointed as KPMG’s principal advisor specialising in
information security.

Prior to joining the firm, Alldrick spent six years at Abbey as head of
information security, and before that spent seven years at Barclaycard as its
information risk and security manager.

KPMG is hoping to grow its client-side advisory business, by 25% to 30% over
the next twelve months.

Malcolm Marshall, head of KPMG’s information security business said
information security was an increasingly complex area of risk for many

‘[Alldrick] will be working with clients on hot spot issues such as identity
and access management and vulnerability management – defining and advising on
implementation of processes which are key to success,’ he added.

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