Today we feature a blog post by Kenneth Tombs. Ken has over 35 years industry and business experience. His research work at the Commercial Law Unit of Queen Mary University in London, set the scene for the development of international best practices and guidance on legally admissible electronic documents. Sector experience includes central and local government, finance and banking, pension and insurance, industrial and utilities.
For many years Ken was a Law Society recognised expert witness, taking part in a number of major fraud and criminal cases. He has lectured at various conferences on information control and governance, in Europe and America, including the Information Systems Audit and Control conferences. Between 1989 and 2007 he was an external advisor to the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) in the Treasury, undertaking the independent review of the Government’s OGCGateway™ peer review programme.
Along with other projects Ken is now the Course Director for Signal’s Counter Fraud course.