Graham Thomson Praised For Strategic Approach To Managing Risk
Irwin Mitchell has announced that its Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Graham Thomson, has won the HotTopics Global CISO 100 2023 Award, in partnership with CrowdStrike.
The ceremony took place at the iconic Abbey Road Studios in London on 5 October 2023 with 400 global technology leaders in attendance.
The Global CISO 100 Award is a testament to Graham's exceptional leadership and significant contributions to the field of cybersecurity.
Graham Thomson's recognition stems from building a company-wide security strategy that effectively mitigates risk and maximises business performance. He was also credited for overseeing and successfully managing disruptive changes during transformation and remote working, promoting a culture of security internally, ensuring that cybersecurity remains a top priority.
The judging panel consisted of Deborah Wheeler, CISO of Delta Airlines: George Eapen, CIO & CISO of Petrofac; Christopher Neal, Global CISO of Ramsay Health Care; Anna-Lisa Miller, CIO of Spectris; and Mark Walmsley, Global CISO of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
Expert Opinion"I am truly honoured to receive this Global CISO 100 Award. This incredible recognition is a testament to the unwavering collaborative efforts of our entire team at Irwin Mitchell. It is their dedication and commitment that allows us to implement robust security measures and stay ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity." Graham Thomson, Chief Information Security Officer at Irwin Mitchell
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