Mathew Ettelaie wins pen tester of year award at the Cyber Security Awards
Mathew Ettelaie, manager in KPMG’s cyber security practice won penetration tester of year award at the Cyber Security Awards 2016 on June 23rd 2016 at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel. Commenting on the recognition, Paul Taylor, UK head of KPMG’s cyber security practice said: “This is a fantastic accolade for Mathew and KPMG as the competition this year was tough. Mathew is a high achiever from a high achieving team who always demonstrate passion and innovation in their work.”
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