Mark Hughes

President, BT Security

Biography

Mark HughesMark was appointed president of BT Security in January 2013. He reports to the CEO, Global Services.

Launched in January 2013, BT Security brought together experts from several areas of BT. As its president, Mark is responsible for all of BT’s security activity around the world. His job is to make sure BT has the right policies and procedures in place to keep its assets safe (physical, logical or information); as well as to protect the company from fraud and reduce the effects of any incidents, including BT’s work on civil resilience.

Mark also leads on BT’s security market offer. He makes sure it protects BT’s customers’ data and assets and delivers a profit. In this role he also mentors the company’s budding security talent. When he joined BT in 2002, Mark managed various projects, including a partnership with the UK Government for the Criminal Records Bureau in Scotland. After that, he ran operations for a sales division in the major customer market sector, focusing on BT’s core services. Before joining BT, Mark was commercial director of MWB Business Exchange, who provide serviced office spaces. Mark has a degree in geography, is a keen skier and diver, and has run 7 marathons.

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