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Hospitality technology specialist, Zonal, has appointed Leo Cunningham as Information Security and Compliance Manager.
Based out of Zonal’s Edinburgh headquarters, this is a new role for Zonal which has enjoyed rapid growth since its foundation more than 37 years ago. Today the company employs more than 500 people and provides integrated EPoS and technology applications to over 11,000 businesses across the UK.
Leo will provide strategic leadership for Zonal’s Information Security and Compliance requirements to ensure the business and its customers are ready for the ever changing landscape of cyber security and new regulations.
With more than 10 years working in risk management for finance, e:commerce and FinTech, Leo said: Zonal is a technology leader in a fast-paced sector that mines vast amounts of sensitive data. The company already has strong procedures in place, but I look forward to leading Zonal’s Information Security and Compliance programmes, policies, and procedures to ensure we meet our objectives, not just today but the future too.
Zonal chief executive Stuart McLean added: We are delighted to welcome Leo to Zonal. As the company grows, so does our compliance and information security requirements.
This appointment demonstrates our commitment to protecting and supporting our customers and further enhances what we already do as a company on a day to day basis”