Jim Fitzsimmons

Director

Singapore

Jim Fitzsimmons is a Director in the Cyber Consulting team responsible for managing and delivering complex security projects, as well as partnering clients in understanding and improving their overall cyber security maturity. He has over 25 years of experience in providing IT security and consulting services to a variety of government agencies and industry verticals in the United States, China, Vietnam and Singapore. 

  • Threat, Risk & Maturity Assessments
  • Cyber Security Training


Jim Fitzsimmons is a Director in the Cyber Consulting team responsible for managing and delivering complex security projects, as well as partnering clients in understanding and improving their overall cyber security maturity. He has over 25 years of experience in providing IT security and consulting services to a variety of government agencies and industry verticals in the United States, China, Vietnam and Singapore.  


Jim’s recent projects include:
  • Developing and delivering customised frameworks that help clients implement compliance programs for China’s new cyber security law.
  • Delivering cyber security crisis management training to senior executives across a broad range of industries.
  • Assessing the overall cyber security maturity of a large, multinational transport and logistics firm.


Jim has extensive experience working with clients in the identification, management and mitigation of security and resiliency risks. He has led project teams that have developed and evaluated cyber security strategies, operational policies, security architectures, and governance and management models. He has experience in the technology and processes that support data protection and personally identifiable information.

Jim has a BA from Boston University where he studied sociology.

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