Another reshuffle at ECSC
Cyber security firm ECSC, which counts Barclays, GCHQ and Virgin East Coast Trains among its high profile clients, has announced another boardroom shuffle just weeks after the last one.
On April 5, the Bradford-based group said Stephen Hammell was moving from finance director to become the new chief executive, replacing Ian Mann. On Monday the group said Mr Hammell has resigned and Mr Mann has rejoined the board as an executive director.
Non-executive director Steve Vaughan has also resigned.
Lucy Sharp, previously the
COO of the company and an executive board director, has been appointed interim CEO and David Mathewson, non-executive chairman, will oversee the finance function whilst a review of the business is completed.
Elizabeth Gooch, the former CEO of EG Solutions, will become a nonexecutive director.
The board said ECSC can be a successful growth company in the cyber security sector and it will be working to ensure the company achieves its market potential.
Mr Mathewson said: “I am delighted to have someone of the stature and relevant experience of Elizabeth joining us. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Steve Vaughan and Steve Hammell for their significant contribution to the company.”