In this episode, we have the privilege of interviewing Christine Ashton, SAP’s Global CDO, Digital Office, ERP Cloud. Christine has consistently held Executive level Global CIO/CTO/SVP digital roles delivering strategic transformation to simplify and diversify major companies. She has also had extensive NED and advisory board experience and is currently an INED for NPSO overseeing the delivery of an innovative new payments architecture to support the growing UK economy. Prior to her current role, she was Global SVP Technology at Thomson Reuters and held key positions at BP, ultimately Chief Information Manager, running some of the world's largest business process and technology infrastructures, and creating some industry firsts such as the first ever carbon trade. Christine is consistently ranked in the Chief Information Officer (CIO) 100 and amongst the top 50 most influential women in UK Information Technology. She is a leader experienced at creating a positive cultural environment to support sustainable innovation at scale as a platform to deliver resilient strategic growth. You can also download this podcast from iTunes and follow our channel for further podcasts.
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Today’s guest is Craig Rice - Craig joined the Payments Council in October 2013 after a variety of appointments in the intelligence and security sector spanning 28 years. During that time he held range of roles in deployments overseas and at home, providing advice to the most senior crisis management organisations as well as more tactical roles. He is now the Chief Security Officer for Bacs, Faster Payments Scheme, the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company and Paym. He and his team also support UK Finance, the largest FS trade association, with their work on Cyber. In April 2014 he published a series of research documents for Payments UK on Cyber Threat Intelligence for the UK Banking & Payments sector advocating an intelligence led, threat centric approach to cyber security strategy and the creation of a federated cyber threat intelligence service for banking and payments. He has also supported the Bank of England’s initiative to establish the what capability is required to develop a systemic cyber defence function for UK FS and contributed to UK cyber representation at the Financial Stability Board.
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