Graham McKay


Graham has a strong interest in the human aspects of privacy and information security. His belief that the disciplines in which he >specialises are people focused establishes 3 key principles which define his consulting engagements:

  • Experience how people operate
  • Understand how people learn; and
  • Influence their behaviour positively.

Graham leverages his 15 years of information security leadership experience to advise on appropriate security postures and resilience capabilities in line with risk appetite, focusing on business value.

A blend of technical skills and business acumen with a deep knowledge of information law including privacy, data protection and information rights, Graham holds the certifications CIPP/E, CISM, CRISC, MBCI and PCIP in addition to being a qualified accountant. He has recently graduated from Northumbria University with an LLM in Information Rights Law and Practice where he his dissertation on the application of data protection regulations in the cloud computing landscape including cross jurisdictional boundary challenges received a distinction.

Graham will present at:

  • 44CON 2016: Data protection, privacy and cloud computing: navigating legal compliance