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Partner – Consulting
Matthew has over 14 years experience in providing IT risk management and advisory services across Government and private enterprise.
Matthew’s extensive IT risk advisory experience spans technology and risk advisory across strategy, governance, operations, service delivery and major projects.
Matthew has provided ICT advisory services to some of most recognised brands in Australia including the Quiksilver, Tronox, Houghton International, ANZ Bank, Commonwealth Bank, Tabcorp, 7 Eleven, Medibank Private, Toll Holdings, Quicksilver, Gloria Jeans Coffees, Dun and Bradstreet, Deakin University and Swinburne University.
In the public sector Matthew has advised many government departments and agencies including Victoria Police, Department of Human Services, Federation Square, Film Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Department of Education, Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority, the Commissioner for Law Enforcement Data Security, the Victoria State Emergency Service, and Zoos Victoria.
In working with his clients Matthew has advised on IT assurance, SOX compliance, technology and platform selection, assessed major projects for on-going viability, developed programs to ensure the security of data, built frameworks for business resilience and provided independent assurance over third party service provider processes and controls.
Having worked primarily in Australia Matthew has also worked in the United States of America and the Middle East.
Matthew is regularly engaged to present on technology issues and sought for press comments. Matthew has delivered presentations to the AICD, CPA, IIA, and ACCA in addition to industry specific presentations.
Matthew’s experience allows him to impart considered, focussed advice in a clear and pragmatic way to provide value to his clients across all levels of the organisation.
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- Bachelor of Commerce, Business Computing
- Member, Information Systems Audit and Control Association
- ITIL Foundations Certified
- Federal Gateway Certified Reviewer
- Negative Vet Level 1 Security Clearance