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H&M Group appoints George Mudie as new Chief Technology Risk Information Officer

H&M Group appointed George Mudie as the new Chief Technology Risk Information Officer. Mudie will assume his role in January 2022.

George Mudie said, “Cybersecurity along with regulatory compliance and ethical data practices is a competitive advantage that will enable H&M Group to create meaningful relationships across their brand portfolio. Altogether, this is a collective responsibility within the organization, and I look forward to contributing to the security culture and ensuring that customers, the company, and colleagues’ information is safe and secure”.

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Figure: George Mudie. Courtesy: H&M Group

George brings over 25 years of experience in intelligence, telecoms, media and retail sectors along with a passion for helping businesses to transform and protect themselves.

Having developed solutions for some of the most secure environments in the UK and delivered new products and services for well-known brands, George brings together CTO levels of software and cloud experience with CISO levels of security knowledge and applying these skills on a global scale.

George graduated from UWS with a BSc in Mathematical sciences followed by a Post-graduate diploma in IT. In 2014 George obtained an Executive Certificate in Strategy & Innovation from MIT Sloan. George holds a number of security-related patents and also contributes to security advisory groups for the NCSC and the NCA.

As H&M Group accelerate its digital transformation, keeping customers, company, colleagues and partners’ information protected and secure, continues to be a top priority.

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