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KPMG makes senior appointments to UK cyber security practice

KPMG has appointed Del Heppenstall as director and Giles Watkins as partner to its UK cyber security practice.

Del Heppenstall joins KPMG from Deloitte and will lead KPMG's teams across both the southern and midlands regions.

Giles Watkins joins KPMG from Concentium, a privacy regulations advisory firm, and will lead KPMG's cyber security services in the life sciences, consumer markets, telecoms, media and technology sectors.

KPMG UK and Global cyber security practice leader Malcolm Marshall said: "Cyber security is a real and growing issue for business. Del and Giles bring valuable skills and experience to our team which will help us ensure our clients stay ahead of these rapidly evolving cyber threats."

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