Wynyard hires former Darktrace, GCHQ officer Andrew France

Sun, 16 Nov 2014

By Jonathan Underhill Nov. 17 (BusinessDesk) - Wynyard Group, the security software company spun out of Jade Software last year, has hired Andrew France, former deputy director of cyber defence operations at British intelligence agency GCHQ, for the role of strategic adviser for intelligence. France, who was awarded the Order of the British Empire medal for services to the British ministry of defence in 2005, was more recently on the advisory board of Darktrace, a cyber-security firm based in Cambridge. He was interviewed by the Wall Stre...

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