Hargreaves Lansdown makes senior security hire

Chief information and security officer

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Hargreaves Lansdown has hired Segun Oyinloye as its chief information and security officer, who will be tasked with developing and driving the firm’s information and security strategy to ensure the ongoing protection of HL’s client and colleague information.

Oyinloye joins from Sainsburys Bank where he held the same role and was responsible for the institutions information security, records management and data protection, having previously worked at Aviva. In recent weeks there have been a number of high profile cybersecurity attacks and businesses have been increasing investments into sheltering clients privileged information from incidents. Hargreaves Lansdown launches electronic voting system Birger Thorburn chief digital and information officer said information security was a "fundamental component of HL's strategy". He said: "K...

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