Tim McCreight joins Apollo Information Systems
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The cybersecurity firm says this appointment signals its strategic expansion into Canada.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Tim to our leadership team,” said Apollo president Dave Tyson in a statement. “His deep industry knowledge, proven leadership, and extensive Canadian experience will be instrumental in helping us grow and navigate the unique challenges of the Canadian marketplace. We recognize that our work in cybersecurity has often required strong connections in Canada and although Apollo already has embedded professionals there, we believe Tim’s appointment will further strengthen those relationships and contribute to the global security ecosystem.”
McCreight is well known in the professional security community, currently serving as the 2023 president of ASIS International. He is also a regular columnist for Canadian Security.
Prior to his role at Apollo, he was national director, market development and strategic advisory for CGI. He has also held senior security leadership roles at Canadian Pacific Railway, the City of Calgary, the Government of Alberta and Suncor Energy Services.
“I am honoured to join the cybersecurity leaders at Apollo and look forward to further developing its presence in the Canadian market,” said McCreight. “Every country, including Canada, faces unique cybersecurity challenges. I’m committed to ensuring that we offer solutions tailored to these specific needs, leveraging my understanding of the landscape to build a strong, resilient digital environment for our clients.”
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