Steve Pomfret is a retired Information Security Manager who worked for the Nationwide Building Society for over 20 years, of which the last 16 were in a variety of Information Security roles. These included employee awareness, policy development and ISO27001 certification. Alongside his internal role he was a member of the BSI committee which drafted the versions of BS7799 which became the ISO27000 standards, and contributed to a number of UK Payments Security Committees. He was also active within the ISF, presenting at congress in Paris and contibuting to the development of some of their publications. Earlier employment included software testing for a small insurance company, project management for the Intervention Board and software development and maintenance for the Ministry of Defence.
Why I Joined The Analogies Project
“During my employment it was a challenge to find different, interesting and informative ways to get the IS message across to people who, lets be honest, mostly just wanted to get on with their job. A former colleague, and contributor, introduced me to The Analogies Project, and it’s fresh and innovative new way of looking at our subject. I could see how this could help people continuing from where I left off, so the opportunity to contribute was most welcome.”
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