LONDON, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Wynyard Group, the specialists in intelligence-led software solutions for protecting companies and countries from threat, crime and corruption, has appointed Nevin Grieve to the newly created role of VP Government.
Grieve will continue to be based in London, with responsibility for global markets. Grieve will use his extensive intelligence technology experience and knowledge of the public sector to help drive growth in Wynyard's Government business.
Wynyard Group CEO Craig Richardson, said Wynyard is looking forward to Nevin joining the team to help continue the momentum of Wynyard's success in the public sector and further position the company at the forefront of the global technology fight against crime, corruption and threat."Nevin's reputation in the global law enforcement, borders and intelligence markets precedes him. He understands the challenges government agencies in these areas face and has built a solid reputation in understanding the drivers and underlying needs for smart solutions. "We're delighted to have attracted someone with Nevin's deep knowledge of particularly the UK, US, Australian and Canadian government sectors and someone who strongly believes our intelligence-led risk management solutions are making a difference," said Richardson. Grieve is the latest addition to Wynyard's global team that in recent months has attracted talent from the world's leading government intelligence and law enforcement agencies excited by the company's solutions and growth prospects. These appointments coupled with strategic alliances in different markets such as its partnership with leading global security company, Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC), further positions Wynyard as world class global provider of intelligence-led risk management solutions. Grieve said that it was Wynyard's success as well as his belief in the benefits delivered from its cohesive, linked risk management, intelligence and investigations software solutions that connect the dots and close the loop on threat, crime and corruption that convinced him to seek a career with Wynyard.