27k1 Ltd appoints David Lilburn-Watson as Technical Advisor

27k1 Ltd appoints David Lilburn-Watson as Technical Advisor 1

22.02.2020 – Company Announcement

David Lilburn-Watson is a renowned, Information Security Professional with over 30 years’ experience in consulting and advising on risk management. David’s expertise has been acquired in both military and commercial environments and through his own consultancy, BCRM (I) – Business Compliance and Recovery Management (International) Ltd, he delivers ISO standards and information security projects to a range of international, blue chip corporations.

As an authority in Cyber Security Policies and procedures, GRC and Digital Forensics, David has also channelled his knowledge into writing several books on this specialist topic, which appeal to both the Boardroom Executive as well as practitioners of cyber forensic science.

Bringing his technical and advisory knowledge to 27k1 Ltd, David recognises that the design of the 27k1 ISMS software brings a new approach to a developing market.

David comments, “The 27k1 ISMS has global appeal. From large, international enterprises requiring additional bespoke services to the SME, whose needs will be fulfilled from the standard system, the software is marketed to appeal to all companies that aspire to achieve and maintain their ISO 27001 certification. Crucially, as the ISO/IEC 27001 standard is revised to its new format, any company requiring ISO 27001 certification will need to review their approach to compliance in line with the changes to the new Controls. My technical knowledge will be channelled into the software in order to confirm compatibility with key standards and broaden its’ scope, so that additional standards, such as NIST and HIPPA may be added.”

Jeremy Martin, Co-Founder at 27k1 Ltd stated “As the 27k1 ISMS gains increased presence across the ISO 27001 consulting sector, David’s valuable technical advice will ensure that the system delivers accurate compliance across a range of IS standards, including the revised ISO/IEC 27001, which is set to be applied from late 2020/early 2021. We look forward to working with David, benefiting from his depth of expertise and further developing the 27k1 ISMS”.