GPA hires new chief security officer

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Property Agency (GPA) provides appointed Brindha McDonald as its brand new Chief Safety Officer to business lead its security posture techniques.

In collaboration with key Civil Assistance companions, McDonald will continue steadily to create the GPA’s safety strategy and capacity across its collective protection status of most assets, software, hardware, providers, networks and information. Key for this is infrastructure and employees security.

McDonald brings a lot more than 20 years encounter from across Whitehall, which includes several high-profile security functions.

Talking about her new part, McDonald mentioned: “I’m extremely very happy to be top the GPA’s security methods and delivery across electronic and physical conditions. The GPA is generating great places to work with civil servants over the UK. A essential part of that is ensuring our resources – both physical and electronic – are safe and sound for everybody. The GPA will be transforming just how we work and I’m proud to be actively playing a key function in this.”

Steven Boyd, CEO at the GPA, commented: “Because the Government’s delivery entire body for its workplace and warehouse portfolios, it’s crucial our safety standards are in the highest level. With the evolving must the real way most of us work, it’s essential all civil servants over the United kingdom are protected across electronic and physical conditions. Brindha’s strategic security encounter in conjunction with her Civil Program knowledge are fundamental to the GPA providing safe and sound working conditions.”