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SECRC announces newest member of the board of founding partners

By Karolina Skinner
28 July 2021
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The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East has announced Nadav Shatz (pictured), customer solutions and advisory director at Orange Cyberdefense, as the newest member of the board of founding partners.

Shatz is a cyber security executive with over 20 years’ experience in cyber security and technology across a broad spectrum of industries, with proven track record as a strategic consultant, chief information security officer, advisory board member and business leader. As a recognised trusted adviser, Shatz has led and advised many businesses on their cyber security strategy, transformation, program management, roadmap and vision.

In his role as customer solutions and advisory director at Orange Cyberdefense UK, Shatz heads the customer solutions and technology functions, as well as service and product development and strategic consulting, and is responsible for the company’s strategy and approach for its unique market position as a trusted security partner within the UK customer community.

Commenting on the appointment, director of SECRC Justin Torgout said: "We are absolutely delighted to welcome Nadav Shatz as a founding partner. Nadav brings a wealth of experience both in the cyber security industry and the knowledge he brings with being a recognised trusted adviser for many businesses will be invaluable to me as the director and the wider team at the SECRC.

"I am looking forward to working with Nadav to further develop the SECRC and the support we can provide to businesses across the South East."

Shatz, customer solutions and advisory director, Orange Cyberdefense UK, said: "I am delighted to join the SECRC as member of the board of founding partners, representing Orange Cyberdefense. I look forward to continuing our support and contribution to the SECRC and its objectives, and to collaborate with the fantastic SECRC team and community, promoting cyber security partnerships and support businesses in the South East region."

The SECRC is an innovative, not-for-profit partnership between policing, academia and private industry, committed to helping protect businesses in the South East region from cybercrime.