Tim Grieveson

Chief Cyber & Security Strategist EMEA, Enterprise Security Products, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

im Grieveson is the Chief Cyber & Strategist for EMEA within the Enterprise Security Products division at HPE. Mr. Grieveson is responsible for driving strategic initiatives for the ESP Security Strategy group and is an industry recognized thought leader providing insight on the ever changing global threat landscape.

Prior to joining HPE, Tim held several senior executive roles including both CIO and CISO roles at G4S Risk Management, which is part of the G4S group, one of the world’s largest private employers with a staff of more than 625,000 in over 125 countries. During his time at G4S, Tim was responsible for the direction and strategy of Global ICT and Information Security at the firm. Prior to G4S, Tim has held various IT and Security executive leadership roles over his career at global organisations such as Constellium (Rio Tinto), Bluesource Information Ltd, BT Global Services and Morrison Utility Services as well as a number of roles in the Petrochemical & Retail industries.

Tim is a member of the Advisory Board for the UK Information System Se- curity Association (ISSA), was named as one of LinkedIn’s most connected Technology Leaders and Power Profiles in Europe in 2015, was honoured as CIO of the Year by the EC-Council in 2013 and was named in the 2014 Huffington Post’s Top 100 Social CIO’s on Twitter. Tim is a frequent speaker on Cyber, Information Security and Digital Disruption and is an avid blogger with a keen interest in helping global enterprises protect their digital assets from cyber criminals while championing the notion that security should be positioned as an enabler of the business rather than another IT cost centre.

Tim brings 20 years of IT leadership experience, holds multiple security certifications including CISM and C|CISO and is very active in the global information security community. When not out challenging the security status quo, he is a passionate Formula One fan and was once lucky enough to be invited onto the grid at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone where he was able to mingle with the drivers, celebrities and media. 

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