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Crypta Labs Appoints Leading Cybersecurity Expert Indy Dhami

Crypta Labs Appoints Leading Cybersecurity Expert Indy Dhami to the role of Director of Cybersecurity Consulting

20th January 2016

UK Quantum and Mobile Security startup Crypta Labs has recently appointed Indy Dhami to the role of Director of Cybersecurity Consulting following a successful spell as Board Advisor.

In his new capacity, Dhami draws upon his cybersecurity programme leadership expertise and a strong network of contacts within the industry. Crypta Labs is building a robust product which can be utilised globally by many of his former clients and employers, as well as new Internet of Things products which are developing at a breakneck speed.

Reflecting on his involvement at Crypta Labs thus far, he commented, “It has been a rollercoaster of a journey, from winning awards, pitching to investors and venture capitalists, attending entrepreneurial networking events with considerable interest from a range of sectors and industries. There is clearly a desire to know more about our product, and with such a broad application investors are starting to realise its potential. I look forward to another exciting year with the company.”

Dhami brings over 13 years’ experience to Crypta Labs, having worked in both operational and consulting positions at FTSE100 and Fortune 500 organisations including PwC, Accenture, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover and many other world leading organisations. His experience includes leadership positions in information and cybersecurity transformation, business continuity, crisis management (pre and post incident), assurance, audit, governance, risk, compliance within multi £million transformation programmes and operational budgets of the same.

Crypta Labs CEO, Joe Luong, commented, “Indy has a wealth of experience within the cybersecurity field, and through his trusted network has real credibility in this space. He has been an invaluable member of the team since our very early days and I am delighted he will continue his involvement as we look to secure the Internet of Things”.