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Ralph Aboujaoude Diaz is a Practice Leader at HFS, based in London, UK. With over 16 years of professional experience, Ralph has helped a wide range of organisations improve and transform their IT security, risk and compliance environments. Ralph’s research at HFS focuses on Cybersecurity and Horizon 3 technologies across all industries (with an initial focus on 5G and Quantum Computing).
Ralph has a strong risk management knowledge (gained through 12 years of IT audit and advisory experience in Big 4) combined with a technical expertise in security, risk and compliance technologies. He has a proven experience in integrating automation and continuous monitoring solutions into security operations.
As part of his previous industry role in the Life Sciences industry, Ralph was part of the Core Tech Strategy & Transformation Leadership Team in the capacity of Senior Director. He led the design, delivery and operation of a global Security and Governance transformation programme. He also actively contributed to the development and deployment of a global Intelligent Automation programme across global functions and business units.
With over 25K+ followers and more than 5 million post views, Ralph is an active contributor on LinkedIn providing an honest, pragmatic and above all funny perspective on technology, security and automation.
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