Team Biographies - Malcolm Norman.

MALCOLM NORMAN


•  Corporate Security Consultant
•  Tutor - Burrill Green Corporate Security Business School
•  Security Leadership Recruitment Selector

Malcolm, until recently the Chief Security Officer of Aon plc the leading?Global provider of Risk Management, Insurance Broking and Reinsurance entered the Corporate Security profession in 2007 after a successful career in the UK Armed Forces. His first private sector appointment was as the Regional Chief?Security Officer for Hewitt Associates, a Global HR Consulting and?Outsourcing provider where he was accountable for the risk management of?all hazard security risks across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Following the acquisition of?Hewitt Associates by Aon plc the leading?Global provider of Risk Management, Insurance Broking and Reinsurance?he was appointed in 2012 as the Global Chief Security Officer?for Aon plc with accountability for the management and mitigation of converged security risks.

He led a global team which provided?physical security and fraud investigations, and delivered business continuity management (including crisis management). ?Additionally, he ensured?information and technology security excellence (including cyber security) across 120 countries, 600 locations and for 69,000 colleagues.

Malcolm?has developed and delivered converged security policy and strategy at a global scale; built highly engaged global multi-functional?teams; developed and delivered world class security programmes, successfully navigated the corporate, government and regulatory?environments whilst also ensuring that the security risk management profile enabled the organisation's strategic vision of empowering?results for clients

Malcolm has a?B Ed (Hons) from Exeter University, an MBA from Cranfield University and an MA from Kings College, London..

 

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