Mark is an experienced information risk management professional with approximately 30 years of experience in the technology/information security industry. He has worked in diverse roles from consultancy to information security governance and strategy for blue-chip organisations.
Mark has extensive experience of working in IT Services, Security and Manufacturing environments, and uses this knowledge to add value to the ISF’s 450+ global member organisations. He is a strong advocate of managing information risk using quantitative techniques and strongly believes in a business-oriented approach, while complying with the requirements of internal standards, contracts, regulation and legislation.
Mark is well recognised by senior security and risk professionals throughout the profession, and is active on Twitter at https://twitter.com/markachaplin. His work with Members is supported by a keen interest in, and extensive research into, a broad range of topics that influence information risk, including psychology, behavioural economics, decision theory, data analytics and statistics.