Partner, PwC New Zealand
Craig is a cyber leader with comprehensive experience in architecting and delivering cyber capabilities for over 20 years. Craig is motivated to help New Zealand businesses understand their cyber risks and develop strategies, then help them execute on capabilities that are relevant and aligned to their business objectives.
Since joining PwC in 2013, Craig has built the identity practice at PwC and continues to lead a growing team of digital identity specialists. He focuses on strategic outcomes for clients using a business-led and customer-centric approach across a range of large public and private sector clients. Digital identity governance is a fundamental challenge for CIOs so Craig and his team apply their expertise to help clients take control of their identity and access landscape. Then he works closely with clients to improve productivity and reduce operational costs and risk, while enabling the workforce to access the right services and information securely.
Prior to PwC, Craig worked in information security at some of the largest global technology organisations including IBM, Verizon Business, T-Systems and Vodafone. He led and delivered a number of large scale, highly complex solutions that covered a broad range of information security domains.