Greg Miller has joined as a partner based in the KPMG Cyber team in the ACT.
His appointment follows the news that former Healthscope chief information security officer Mitra Minai will join the KPMG Cyber team in July.
The appointments follow the April 2022 announcement of Martijn Verbree as KPMG's national cyber lead and the addition of three new cyber partners to the firm: Stuart Mort, Natasha Passley and Gergana Winzer.
“Cyber security is becoming exponentially more complex, with changing threat landscapes driven by geopolitics, increasingly ruthless cybercrime organisations and a resurgence in hactivism,” Verbree says.
“In addition, Australian organisations face new regulatory obligations such as critical infrastructure bills, data protection and corporate governance regimes.
“We are investing heavily to expand our expertise and to bring all cyber disciplines and adjacent services together to help clients get on the front foot with cyber.
“As part of this growth, we are delighted to be adding two of Australia's most accomplished cyber security leaders to our expanding team, which now numbers 16 partners.
“Greg's experience at the most senior levels of the national security community and Mitra's market-leading expertise in healthcare and financial services will help deepen the bench of experts that our clients can access when working with KPMG,” Verbree adds.
“Government and business need to work together if we are to manage cyber risks, build resilience and be competitive globally,” Miller says.
“KPMG is investing seriously in its cyber capability and I'm excited to be joining an exceptional team of Cyber leaders at KPMG.