New BRIM Appointment - Director of Special Projects

BRIM is delighted to announce the appointment of Alan Greig as Director of Special Projects. Alan’s appointment is a key one to the small team at BRIM and will assist in the delivery of the current contract for the Cyber Resilience Centres, as well as working on additional projects within BRIM.

Alan will assist the existing team in developing the strategic impact of integrated working between business and law enforcement for improved cyber resilience. Alan will contribute to the training and mentoring elements of the current Policing contract, as well as bringing additional Senior commercial leadership to the team.

Alan, a former consultant on the Critical National Infrastructure for leading technical organisations, saw his career flourish providing private online security services for some high profile individuals and companies for over 15 years. Trusted at the highest levels for personal online protection from Senior officials to high profile artists, Alan has a track record of growing a commercial business that provided services Internationally in tandem with multiple Law Enforcement agencies in different countries.

Award winner (2016) and finalist (2019) for his abilities in the cyber resilience community, these awards underline his hands on security experience and his ability to assist in developing the Nation’s cyber security skills and services.

Alan is passionate about the importance of positive Culture and Wellbeing within the cyber community.

“I am absolutely delighted that BRIM has been able to attract someone of the humility, skills and expertise that Alan has in abundance. Alan begins with BRIM immediately and will make a considerable and swift impact to the delivery of the Cyber Resilience Centres across the UK. Going forward, Alan will also be working with BRIM on future projects and services. We all welcome Alan very warmly and we are delighted he has chosen to be a part of us.”

Mandy Haeburn-Little, BRIM

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