3rd September 2018
For immediate release
Joining Commissum’s newly formed and growing Kuala Lumpur office as a Cyber Security Consultant is Kah Yee Liew
Kah Yee comes from a background in the financial sector in Malaysia, working for the last five years as a Senior Security Analyst for Public Bank. In this role, her responsibilities including web and mobile application testing, incident response handling and managing Public Bank’s security technologies such as WAF, Anti-DDos and APTs solutions.
Dedicated to the field of security, Kah Yee has achieved a number of awards, including her Certified Ethical Hacker and Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator certifications.
Kah Yee’s addition brings extra capacity to Commissum’s fast growing Asia Pacific business and increases Commissum’s ability to better serve its global client base.
Kah Yee had the following words to offer “I’m looking forward to being part of the Commissum team, offering my experiences to contribute to Commissum’s delivery. I’m also looking forward to developing my knowledge and growing within the cyber security field through getting involved in different testing architectures.”
Based in Leeds, Kiran Antony joins Commissum as a Cyber Security Analyst. Working out of Commissum’s Security Operations Centre, Kiran will add a valuable resource to the delivery of the firm’s Managed Security Services to Commissum’s growing client base.
Prior to joining Commissum, Kiran worked as a part of an Incident Response team for a global military contractor. In this role he was responsible for managing and maintaining the vulnerability scanning service, analysing malware and contributed to the development of internal tools. Before then, Kiran completed his NCSC Accredited master’s degree in Cyber Security and Management at the University of Warwick.
Now wanting to further his knowledge and develop his skillset, Kiran commented “Working in the SOC can present new challenges on a daily basis, but everyone here’s been extremely friendly, supportive and helped me through difficult tasks. I am certain I’ll have a great time working at Commissum and learn a great deal in the process.”
He continued to add “What first attracted me to Commissum was the fact that the company had grown massively in such a short period of time, and I’m certain that it will continue to grow at an exponential rate. It was clear the team here would have a wealth of knowledge to make this possible, so I wanted to be a part of this team to develop my knowledge and aid Commissum’s growth for the future”
Jennifer Pryde joins Commissum as an Office and Finance administrator. Based in Edinburgh, Jenni is responsible for human resources, financial administration and office management.
Prior to joining Commissum, Jenni worked as an executive assistant for an international exporting organisation. Before then, she worked as a general manager within the hospitality industry for over 10 years, managing bars and hotels within the central Edinburgh region.
When asked what led her to join Commissum, she offered the following words “Commissum offered me the opportunities I was looking for in developing my career in HR and Administration. I’m excited to be part of such a booming organisation that focused on developing its workforce.”
Outside of work Jenni enjoys listening to classical rock and attending live music gigs.
Martin Finch Commissum CEO had the following words to offer “I am pleased to see our organisation growing across multiple departments, delivery service lines and across the globe. It is a testament to our agility in continuing to meet strong demand for our unique approach to helping our clients”