Bridewell appoints new CCO

Bridewell has appointed Ben Vaughan as its new chief commercial officer (CCO).

The managed cybersecurity services firm said Vaughan (pictured) will help scale its growth plans.

In his new role, Vaughan will be responsible for creating global growth strategies and enhancing existing commercial processes, applying his experience from working with clients in Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), defence, aerospace and enterprise. He will use those experiences to build bespoke offerings for Bridewell’s customers.

Anthony Young, co-chief executive officer, Bridewell, said, “Ben’s background in cyber security and his track record in commercial expansion are exactly what Bridewell needs for our next phase of growth.

“His commercial experience on an international scale enhances our ability to serve a wider client base and address the complex cyber security challenges facing our customers.”

Vaughan added, “I was drawn to Bridewell because of its excellent reputation with its current customer base. I’m now here to help the firm take the next step in its commercial strategy, with a focus on applying the organisation’s established quality and expertise to those new opportunities.

“Bridewell is ideally placed to expand geographically and I’m looking forward to helping the business to achieve its targets.”

Bridewell is a Microsoft Solutions Partner and a member of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association.