Ian is based in Auckland, working with Wellington-based Security Practice Manager Tomasz Zukowski and Chief Operating Officer Samrat Choudhury. Ian’s focus will be to help business leaders protect their organisations from cyber attacks and other security threats – both in Auckland and across New Zealand.
Ian has a passion for driving customer success and is skilled in building working relationships with customers, he brings great enthusiasm and professionalism to delivering the best solutions for our clients.
Ian joins UNIFY from nine years at Planit Software Testing, most recently as business development manager and has 30 years’ experience in IT.
This is an exciting new challenge for me, and I’m looking forward to helping customers securely develop their businesses in a rapidly evolving digital world, I’m inspired by UNIFY’s delivery model and its ethos of trust and reliability.Ian MortimerBusiness Development ExecutiveUNIFY Solutions
With data breaches now a constant concern for businesses of all sizes, it’s clear that that employing the right controls and skills to prevent them is now far more cost-effective than the enormous cost of cleaning up.
For example, the data breach experienced by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand earlier this year was estimated to be around NZ$3.5million, not including the cost of improving processes as a result of the breach. The Reserve Bank estimates that the cost of cyberattacks to New Zealand’s banking and insurance industry alone is between NZ$80 and NZ$134 million each year.
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