BSI is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Stephen Page as a Non-Executive Director with effect from 1 September 2015.
With 30 years in digital innovations, Stephen has a wealth of expertise in IT transformation and corporate risks such as cyber security and counterterrorism. At Accenture he held a variety of European and global leadership roles including Managing Director, Strategic IT Effectiveness.
For the last 10 years Stephen has held a portfolio of board and senior advisory positions. He is currently a Non-Executive Director of the National Crime Agency and of the British Library; and he advises a number of companies facing the risks and opportunities of the digital age.
Sir David Brown, Chairman of BSI said:
“I am delighted that Stephen will be joining the Board of BSI. He is a leading expert in managing innovation, value and risk in the digital age. His knowledge of the capabilities of digital technology combined with his senior board experience will be of immense value to BSI.”
Speaking about his role with BSI, Dr Stephen Page said:
“Standards are vital for the British economy as shown by the recent report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research; they enable efficient manufacturing and good business practices, contribute to public safety, and underpin the technologies we use in our digital lives. I am very pleased to be able to join BSI, the organisation that plays the key role in supporting that contribution, as well as in helping organisations around the world make excellence a habit.”