General Manager, Critical Infrastructure and Cybersecurity, Thales Australia
Jeremy Hulse took up the position of General Manager Critical Infrastructure and Cybersecurity (CIC) for Thales Australia in October 2015.
The CIC business unit is responsible for ensuring cybersecurity within Thales’s own critical business unit external projects as well as facilitating customers who wish to implement leading edge cybersecurity capability into their own existing systems. He is a business executive with over 32 years of experience in the information technology and cybersecurity industry. Mr. Hulse’s experience equates to a broad industry knowledge allowing him to apply those skills as an accomplished problem solver with an ability to identify, strategize, implement and adapt technology aligned with risk mitigation needs in today’s complex operating environments.
This technical background and business leadership experience enables him to evaluate business and market challenges, identifying underlying issues in an analytical and objective manner, resulting in the provision of structured and clear mitigation strategies for implementation.
Mr. Hulse has achieved notable success with a number of global organisations and has extensive Asia Pacific knowledge across a diverse cross-section of large defence, government , enterprise and telecommunication providers.
Prior to joining Thales Australia, Mr. Hulse worked with a range of organisations in various roles such as Vice President Asia Pacific for M86 Security, Asia Pacific Security services for Cisco, and Asia Pacific Director of Security Services for Oracle.