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2|SEC Consulting appoints Alan Jenkins as head of advisory services

Cyber and information security consultancy 2|SEC Consulting has named Alan Jenkins as its new head of advisory services.

With 30 years of experience in all facets of enterprise security risk management, consulting and business resilience, Jenkins will help accelerate the company’s growth.

“The appointment of Alan signifies our commitment to this critical aspect of 2|SEC Consulting’s expansion and we’re thrilled to have such a recognised industry leader join our team,” said Salvatore Minetti, 2|SEC Consulting’s CEO.

“Alan’s experience will be vital in helping us develop and deliver our advisory services to the diverse client base that we serve.”

Jenkins joins 2|SEC Consulting after a short spell as an independent consultant from IBM Security, where he spent over two years as an associate partner leading engagement in the UK & Ireland financial services sector. Prior to that, he served as group CISO and security co-ordinator at Babcock International Group, UK CSO for CSC and T-Systems, and has had spells as a security consultant at Atos Origin & Vega after completing 21 years in the Royal Air Force in 2006.

“I appreciate both the challenges and related opportunities that exist in the market and I look forward to bringing my insights to 2|SEC Consulting and our clients,” commented Jenkins.

“2|SEC Consulting is well placed to service the huge market opportunity with it’s thought leadership, in depth understanding of people, process and technology and our commitment to service excellence.”

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