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News Release - Appointment of Chief Information Security Officer

01 November 2013
The Bank of England has appointed Don Randall as its Chief Information Security Officer.
 
The CISO role has been newly created by the Bank to target issues relating to information security, including cyber threats. It reflects the importance the Bank attaches to information security and builds on its existing work in this area. Don will report to Charlotte Hogg, the Bank’s Chief Operating Officer.
 
Don, who is currently the Bank’s Head of Security, will take up his new role on 1 November 2013. Dominic Whittle, who is currently Head of Property and Procurement, has been appointed to take responsibility for all other aspects of the Bank’s Security Division, also with effect from 1 November.
 
Notes to Editors
  1. Don Randall joined the Bank in 2008.  Prior to that, he was International Security Manager for EMEA and Asia Pacific at JP Morgan.  Previously, Don had served with the City of London Police for 25 years, specialising in fraud and counter-terrorism. 
  2. Don is 62 years old.

 

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