Gateley Legal appoints cyber and business threat expert

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Gateley Legal has expanded its team with the appointment of Dennis Murphy, a cyber security and business threat specialist.

Dennis has extensive experience in the executive management of sensitive and complex national security operations across the threat spectrum. 

He has built his cyber security and business threat experience through a 27-year career within Canadian Federal Government intelligence, law enforcement and defence-related agencies. This included a four-year posting as the senior Canadian liaison officer at GCHQ. 

Dennis has more recently provided bespoke risk management advice to private sector companies with a particular focus on board-level engagement and guidance. Find out more about his expertise and experience here. 

Dennis commented: “Gateley is an exciting business to get involved with because of its forward-thinking approach to helping clients to find solutions to business problems. 

“Cyber and business threats are challenges that every business faces but they often struggle to know what to do and where to start. Working with the lawyers in Gateley Legal and the leadership development specialists in T-three and Kiddy & Partners, we can help clients to put in the right processes and organisational behaviours to identify, tackle and reduce these risks.”

Gateley Legal partner James Baird, said: “Given the broad range of threats now facing all businesses, Dennis’ unique skills and background allows us to help clients to mitigate and minimise risk to their business and personnel.”

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