Logicalis has taken on two new experts in Managed Security Services to help clients protect their IT systems against cyber attack.
Oliver Smart joins Logicalis as a Cyber Security Specialist. A senior technical engineer, Mr Smart has worked across a wide range of clients within multiple sectors, providing one-to-one support in smaller offices, and delivering large scale projects in international organisations.
Previous consultancy experience has provided Mr Smart with valuable knowledge regarding the vast majority of current systems and has helped him develop excellent communication skills to maintain successful working relationships with internal and external staff and clients.
With over 20-years’ experience in IT, Davey Sandiford has a broad industry knowledge having worked for local service providers as well as organisations within the telco, legal, and banking industries.
He has a strong technical background which includes being a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and an accredited ISO27001 auditor.
Cyber security, also referred to as information technology security, focuses on protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction.
Ricky Magalhaes, Head of Offshore Security (MSS), Logicalis, said: “As the threat of cybercrime increases, security is the largest growth sector within the technology realm. It is an essential part of a dynamic and evolving workplace.
“We look forward to working with Oliver and Davey to enhance the provision of our security services in the Channel Islands. Oliver and Davey's experience and skillsets will bolster our already highly proficient Managed Security team and will help ensure that Logicalis remains the number one choice for Managed Security Services.”
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