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Advantage Hires New Senior Cyber Security Engineer

Bryce Antony

One of the defining topics for any NZ business has become Cyber Security, which represents a significant strategic risk.

Advantage has been at the front of the IT domain in NZ for 35 years, currently offering clients cloud-based security services, as NZ’s premier Managed Security Service Provider.

Bryce brings to Advantage an extensive knowledge of information systems, security management, governance frameworks, Incident response / forensics, and risk modelling. Bryce has a PhD that focussed on cybersecurity capability and risk modelling, a Master of Information Security and Digital Forensics (1st Class Hons), and also holds an MBA.

Bryce has delivered Information Systems Security and Forensic Analysis content to Undergraduate and Postgraduate students at Auckland University and Auckland University of Technology. He is skilled in presenting advanced technical topics in an engaging, easily understood manner. Bryce’s background includes: Large scale network installations, Information Systems integration, Security administration and support, System resilience strategies, Post-Incident evaluation and response, Data breach root cause analysis manner, Cyber threat modelling, and Data backup / recovery.

Bryce says “I am privileged to be working for Advantage, where each client relationship is a journey, a partnership where I will be able to use my knowledge base to assist in offering direction towards safe passage. Especially in these troubled times of escalating risk, within the cyber security sphere”

Bryce will provide Advantage enhanced capability in dealing with the increasingly complex cyber security risk to New Zealand businesses, helping organisations to remain confident in the security of their digital future, as an essential component of growth, irrespective the industry.

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