KPMG has bolstered its team with two new senior appointments.
Ken Hall joins as a partner, and Curtis Baron joins as a director, to help enhance the cyber security and business resilience practices.
Prior to his new role with KPMG, Hall worked at Wipro where he was the head of the Global Cyber Security Consulting practice.
He has over 25 years of IT experience and has worked within the finance, media, telecommunications, energy and utilities sectors.
Baron joins KPMG from The Royal Bank of Scotland, where he was the Group Head of Resilience.
Baron is also currently an Advisory Board member for the London First Security and Resilience Network, an organisation that promotes London as a secure place to do business.
Malcolm Marshall, UK and global leader for cyber security, said: “As cyber security and resilience rise up the Board agenda, businesses are looking for teams who can help them ensure they are able to protect, defend and overcome challenges.
“Ken and Curtis are seasoned and respected professionals who bring valuable skills and experience to KPMG that will help our clients to stay ahead of rapidly evolving cyber threats.”