Our People

Meet our executive leadership team and our Cyber Advisory Council of national-level security experts.

OUR EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM

Arno Robbertse

CEO

David (Dave) Murrell

Director of Strategic Partnerships

Fleur Chapman

Chief Operating Officer

James Armstrong

Finance Director

Mandeep Gosal

Director of Professional Services

Mark Weait

Chief Revenue Officer

OUR CYBER ADVISORY COUNCIL

NATIONAL-LEVEL SECURITY EXPERTS

Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb KBE, CMG, DSO

Chairman of the ITC Secure Cyber Advisory Council

André Pienaar

Chairman of the Board for ITC Secure

Admiral Michael G. Mullen

Chairman of the Board for ITC Secure, U.S

WHAT WE VALUE

We encourage our people to always act with the customer in mind, take ownership for what they do, manage the risks around them and speak up for what matters.

Our company values are deeply ingrained principles that guide all of our actions and act as cultural cornerstones that we live and breathe by.

Have a bias for action

Speed matters for success especially when it delivers meaningful action for customer success. Gather the best information you can, decide, and act.

Make it matter

Focus on impactful actions with meaningful results. Matter to our customers by adding value and making a difference.

Be passionate about security

Customers trust us with their assets; let’s be the safe choice. Have integrity and be accountable.

Be creative and challenging

Be willing to challenge the status quo and popular opinion with the customers’ best interest in mind. Encourage and offer new ideas and ask for input by showing ITC’s point of view.

Seek to simplify

Focus on improving the customer experience; seek to make things better, easier, and more accessible

Work together, win together

Teamwork makes us greater than the sum of our parts. Leverage the diversity of people, experiences, and ideas to create amazing outcomes.

HEAR FROM OUR PEOPLE

25+ years

track record of delivering business-critical services for over 300 blue-chip organisations

Arno Robbertse

CEO

Arno is the Chief Executive Officer at ITC Secure and is responsible for ITC’s business operations globally, delivering growth via high performing services and superior cyber security outcomes for its customers.

He has over a decade of experience in growing and managing cyber security businesses. Arno is an engineering graduate with two decades of experience advising on matters related to cyber security and digital privacy. He routinely briefs customer boardrooms on strategic cyber threats and has led information leak and hacking investigations globally for publicly listed and large multinational companies.

Arno is a Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and is Certified in Risk & Information Systems Control (CRISC).

He lives in London with his wife and two young children.

David (Dave) Murrell

Director of Strategic Partnerships

Dave is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at ITC Secure and leads the company’s partnership strategy, go-to-market and executive engagement with Microsoft.

He has over 30 years’ experience in IT and has held senior technology leadership roles at Telenor, ESRI, Hewlett Packard, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and The Co-op. Most recently, Dave was the CEO for a Microsoft Gold identity and security business where he designed and deployed a unique partner ecosystem that accelerated its customer and Microsoft base significantly – improving its Microsoft IP accreditations, certifications, recommendations, product team access, profile and visibility.   

Dave has a Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm background, which included active service in the first Gulf War. He is also a Fellow of The BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, which recognises leaders in IT who are seen as an authority in their field.

Dave lives in The Ribble Valley, Lancashire, is married with three daughters and is a keen supporter of the Blackburn Rovers and an avid cyclist. He likes to give back, so he mentors in Manchester and raises funds for charities such as Christies, The Royal Manchester Children’s hospital, SIA, Combat Stress, Taking off the Mask, MIND and The East Lancashire Hospice.

Fleur Chapman

Chief Operating Officer

Fleur is the Chief Operating Officer at ITC Secure and is responsible for the smooth operations of the company together with overseeing ITC’s Security Operations Centre (SOC), Network Operations Centre (NOC), delivery and compliance.

With over 20 years’ experience across public and private sectors, Fleur has led a multitude of disciplines: overseeing operational teams, transactional data systems, delivering strategy and policy initiatives, transformational change, data privacy and regulatory compliance.

James Armstrong

Finance Director

James is the Finance Director at ITC Secure and is responsible for all financial and risk aspects of the business together with supporting the business’ growth plans.

Prior to joining ITC, he was the Chief Financial Officer at 6point6, a technology consultancy specialising in digital transformation, cyber security, data, and emerging technologies, and prior to that was Finance Director at Bain Capital.

James is a Chartered Accountant, having trained with Deloitte in London, and is a Fellow of the ICAEW with 20 years of professional experience.

Mandeep Gosal

Director of Professional Services

Mandeep is the Director of Professional Services at ITC Secure and is responsible for the company’s professional services portfolio including Cyber Advisory.

He has more than 15 years’ international experience in effective customer service delivery, development and execution of strategy and management of business in both the telecommunications and cyber security sectors.

Before joining ITC, Mandeep worked at global firm Ericsson for 12 years and holds a master’s degree in Electronic and Computer Systems Engineering and an MBA from the London School of Economics.

Mark Weait

Chief Revenue Officer

Mark is Chief Revenue Officer at ITC Secure, responsible for leading the company’s revenue generation operations, overseeing all sales, marketing and strategic partnership efforts to support the company’s next phase of growth and its expanding go-to-market plans.

Mark has more than 20 years’ experience in the technology sector with particular expertise in enterprise networks, mobile technologies managed security services, big data platforms and cloud services. Prior to ITC Secure, Mark was Vice President and Head of Europe at Tata Communications, where he was responsible for leading the sale of Tata Communications’ entire portfolio of network, cloud, mobility, security and unified communications and collaboration services across Europe.

Before this he led the EMEA Carriers and Distribution business at Blackberry. Prior to this, he was the EMEA Vice President of Mobile 365, responsible for driving the company’s rapid revenue growth in the region, which contributed to its acquisition first by Sybase and then by SAP. At SAP Mobile Services, Mark became Head of Global Sales, managing a 100-strong team.

Based in London, Mark graduated with a BSC (Hons) in Strategic Systems Management from Bournemouth University.

Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb KBE, CMG, DSO

Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb is a former director of UK Special Forces and Commander of the British Field Army. He was Deputy Commander to US General Petraeus in Iraq and key adviser to US General McChrystal in Afghanistan.

Since his retirement from the military, he has become a guest lecturer at Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. Alongside his role with Skarbek he is a Strategic Partner of C5 Capital. He is also a regular media commentator on military and geo-political issues.

With a reputation as “straight-talking and unfussy” (the Guardian), Graeme is widely recognised as an authority on working in coalitions, delivering strategic objectives, and creating high-performance teams. His emphasis on separating “reconcilable and irreconcilable issues” has a profound bearing on most organisational challenges.

André Pienaar

André Pienaar is a Managing Partner and the Founder of C5, a specialist technology investment group that invests in the secure data ecosystem including cyber security, cloud infrastructure, data analytics and space, with offices in Washington, London and Luxembourg.

André serves on the boards of IronNet Cybersecurity and BlueVoyant in the USA, Reduxio and Panoply in Israel, the Haven Group in Luxembourg, and ITC Secure in London. He has previously served on the Boards of Omada, Balabit and Shape Security which C5 exited successfully.

André started his career at Kroll Inc in 1996 where he became the youngest managing director until the successful sale of the company to Marsh & McLennan. In 2004, André went on to found G3, an international consulting firm that advises global companies and international law firms on cyber security. In 2011, he sold G3 to Europe’s leading technology investment holding company.

André advised the 6th Duke of Westminster on the establishment of the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) in the United Kingdom as a state-of-the-art centre for the rehabilitation of British military veterans.

André’s charitable interests include being a Director of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) and a trustee of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, a British charity focused on wildlife conservation. In 2020, André set up the Cyber Alliance to Defend Our Healthcare, a voluntary coalition of cyber security companies to protect the healthcare services from cyber attacks. 

In 2020, André joined the Advisory Council of the Limitless Space Institute (LSI), a non-profit organisation, to support the research and development of enabling technologies that will allow for interstellar human space exploration.

Admiral Mike Mullen

Admiral Mike Mullen is President of MGM Consulting LLC which provides counsel to global clients on issues related to geo-political developments, national security interests and strategic leadership.

He served as the 28th Chief of Naval Operations from 2005-2007 and as the 17th Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff for Presidents Bush and Obama from 2007 to 2011. He led the military during a critical time of change and transition, overseeing the end of the combat mission in Iraq and the development and implementation of a new military strategy in Afghanistan.

Admiral Mullen advanced the rapid fielding of innovative technologies, championed emerging and enduring global partnerships, and promoted new methods for countering terrorism. He spearheaded the elimination of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, ushering for the first time in US military history the open service of gay and lesbian men and women.

Admiral Mullen is a Distinguished Graduate of the US Naval Academy and a Distinguished Graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School, a Distinguished Alumni of Harvard Business School, a Member of the National Academy of Engineering and serves as a Trustee at Caltech. Since his retirement from the United States Navy in November 2011 after 43 years of honourable service, Admiral Mullen joined the corporate boards of General Motors from 2013-2018 and Sprint from 2013-2019.

He continues to serve on numerous boards to include Bloomberg Philanthropies, CALTECH, Naval Academy Foundation, Naval Postgraduate School Foundation, Harvard Business School and a wide array of non-profit organisations dedicated to improving the growth, development, recovery, and transition of military veterans and their families. 

Additionally, he taught National Security Decision-making and Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs at Princeton University from 2012-2018 and continues to teach advanced ethics and leadership at the US Naval Academy.