Ian is a highly experienced information security and business continuity consultant with over 20 years’ experience in the design, implementation and management of information security projects across diverse sectors.
He is responsible for the development of the information security practice of Gemserv Ltd following the integration of Red Island Consulting into the Gemserv consultancy practice. Ian is responsible for leading all major information security projects including:
Republic of Ireland National Smart Metering Programme (NSMP) – Conducted an end-to-end risk assessment of the infrastructure planned to support the NSMP followed by the production of industry wide security requirements for smart metering infrastructure ranging from meters to distribution networks.
TBC Bank (Republic of Georgia) – Implementation of an ISO 22301 compliant Business Continuity Management System culminating in a full scale continuity exercise observed by the national regulator.
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