The International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals (IACIPP) is delighted to announce the appointment of Sheraz Ali as Director for Cybersecurity Sector, North America
Mr. Ali is the digital evangelist, serial entrepreneur, guest lecturer, researcher and valued international speaker on the subjects of Digital Transformation, Cyber Security and Risk Management.
Mr. Ali has almost two decades of experience in numerous management and consulting roles in the fields of Digital Transformation, Cybersecurity, Risk Management, Information & Technology Services, Security Education Training and Awareness, Business Consulting and Financial Services.
He also holds several positions in the executive advisory boards. He is the founder and Executive Director of the European Cyber Resilience Research Network (ECRRN), which focuses on building cross industry bridges to help enhance Cyber Resiliency of organizations in Europe. He is also the Chair of Board of Directors of The Resiliency Council of Canada (TRCC) committed to help Canadian Industry develop and deliver disruptive Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) technologies to increase the security and resiliency of the Canadian digital ecosystems through improved technical, social, and regulatory solutions for adverse scenarios.
Mr. Ali have supported NATO, The Transatlantic Steering Committee and C level Business Executives, CIO’s and CISO’s among fortune 500 businesses with effectively reframing (complex) Business and IT problems into value adding business opportunities. As an example, He have supported C-level executives at NATO Communication and Information Agency (NCI Agency to deliver ultimate Customer Experience while maintaining Agility, Speed, Security and E-Privacy with the “Best in Business Award” winning digital security solutions.
John Donlon QPM Chairman of the IACIPP said: “I am delighted that Sheraz has accepted the position as Director for Cybersecurity Sector, North America with us. Sheraz brings a wealth of experience in the cyber security and defence sector, so will be a tremendous asset to the organisation and the global CNI community.”
We will continue to welcome new members who share with us the desire to make the world a safer place.