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KPMG expands its IT security division

KPMG boosts IT security division with appointment of Craig Pollard

KPMG boosts its IT security division with the appointment of Craig Pollard as
principal adviser with his main responsibility including advising government
bodies.

Pollard was most recently at the information assurance arm of government
communication head quarters where he held numerous roles, including head of
strategic partner development and head of customer service.

Malcolm Marshall, partner at KPMG, said: “With recruitment levels growing at
70 per cent in the past nine months alone, KPMG is a fast-growing security
consultancy and Craig’s appointment will help us to maintain this momentum.”

Earlier this year the firm acquired two companies, the UK security arm of DNV
IT global services and I-4 (International Information Integrity Institute).

KPMG hopes to “rapidly” expand its IT security for government bodies division
over the next three years.

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