Simon Perry works as a Principal Associate Analyst to Quocirca. He specialises in environmental sustainability issues and their implications to business models. His particular interest is the role that IT can play in supporting transformational business society and new ways of working.
Simon has over 20 years experience in the IT industry with a career spanning IT operations, IT security, and systems architecture, He has a broad experience of international operations having been based out of Australia, North America, and England (current) and having consulted to clients in more countries than there are pages in a passport.
With his background in IT security, Simon addresses sustainability from a risk management perspective. He was a member of European Network Information Security Agency's (ENISA) Permanent Stakeholders Group from 2005 to 2007. In 2001 the FBI awarded him a citation for his assistance in helping the agency and its international peers understand cyber criminal techniques.
He is highly regarded for his strategic thinking regarding risks, future technology trends and the implications of technology to society.
From 1996 to 2007 Simon worked for CA, helping to build and direct the company's newly formed information security business unit from the ground up. During that time he played a number of strategic roles, regularly providing strategic advice to C-level IT and business professionals, and working to ensure that the specific requirements of the international security markets were understood and addressed by product development.
Simon is regularly quoted and has extensive experience as a commentator with print media, radio and video/TV - having appeared on every major US TV channel. He is regarded as a highly skilled, knowledgeable and entertaining conference speaker and has keynoted many major industry conferences around the globe.
There are a total of 21 articles written by Simon Perry, the listing has been split over 2 pages:
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