With over 30 years of experience in the defence and information security sectors in Australia and New Zealand, Dr Malcolm Shore from the Australian National Broadband Network Company has been selected to serve as BAE Systems‘ new Technical Director, Australia.
“With this appointment, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is reinforcing its commitment to technical leadership and profound technical experience in cyber security for Australia and New Zealand. Malcolm has extensive experience in telecommunications and operational security, which will assist our drive in those areas,” said Rajiv Shah, Australia General Manager, IS&S, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
After spending three years at the Australian National Broadband Network Company as Principal Security Officer responsible for physical, personnel and information security and privacy, Dr Shore will now be in charge of advising senior client executives on cyber security, driving technical research and the introduction and evolution of the global cyber solutions portfolio into the region.
“Malcolm has worked in senior roles in Government, at CES Communications, Telecom New Zealand (now Spark) and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has held an adjunct position as Senior Fellow at Canterbury University, Christchurch and is currently an adjunct Professor at Deakin University, Melbourne and at the Australian Defence Force Academy campus of the University of New South Wales,” the company revealed in a news release.