News & Events - New Senior Consultant expands Security and Resilience team


Engineering and technology company Frazer-Nash has expanded and strengthened its Security and Resilience team with the appointment of Phil Speedy as its Senior Business Continuity Consultant.

Phil started his career in the Royal Air Force as a Navigator, where he reached the rank of Wing Commander. His most recent post was as the Senior Operations Manager of the Defence Crisis Management Centre, responsible for delivering 24/7 secure fallback facility to HMG and Defence.

Throughout his career, Phil has had extensive experience of contingency planning, including taking new ideas from concept through to implementation.  Within the aeronautical mapping world, his unit produced and delivered all aeronautical information to UK Defence and sold over £1M products annually to external commercial markets. Latterly, within the MoD, he was responsible for reviewing and updating operational plans that ensured a safe and secure working environment for the senior levels of government and defence.

At Frazer-Nash, Phil will be responsible for driving the development of the consultancy's Security and Resilience business by helping clients in all sectors to build resilient solutions to their own particular problems, providing through-life project support and giving them a competitive edge.

Commenting on the appointment, Bill Hodson, Director at Frazer-Nash Consultancy said:  "In today's ever changing world with increasingly complex threats, public and private organisations need to start looking at resilience in a more coherent, measurable and engineered way.

"Phil brings an operational focus to our resilience team with valuable experience in delivering resilient working environments to both HMG and Defence.  His background will give Frazer-Nash the ability to look at customer's resilience requirements in a holistic way and help them maintain a competitive advantage."

 
 

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