JC Gaillard is the Founder and Managing Director of Corix Partners.
He is a leading consultant, a senior executive and a team builder with over 25 years of experience developed in several global financial institutions in the UK and continental Europe, and a track-record at driving fundamental change in the Security field across global organisations, looking beyond the technical horizon into strategy, governance, culture, and the real dynamics of transformation.
Permanently established in the UK since 1993, he holds an Engineering Degree from Telecom Paris and has been co-president of the Cyber Security group of the Telecom Paris alumni association since May 2016.
He runs the Corix Partners blog and the “Security Transformation Leadership” publication on Medium. He contributes regularly to The Digital Transformation People, Business 2 Community and IoTforAll platforms, as well as the Business Transformation Network and the Experfy blog.
He is an expert contributor on the CIO Water Cooler, and has previously published articles on InfoSecurity Magazine, Computing, the C-Suite.co.uk, Info Sec Buzz, Disruption Hub, and the IoD Director websites.
He collaborates with leading analysts firm Kuppinger Cole in Germany and with CyberTalks in London, a unique platform producing cyber content direct from leading cyber industry figures.
He was listed in the top 10 of UK 30 most influential thought leaders on Risk, RegTech and Compliance by Thomson Reuters in April 2017, and in the top 100 global social media influencers for financial services by Refinitiv in July 2019. As per July 2020, he ranks in the top 10 of global influencers with Thinkers360 on cybersecurity, leadership and management.
He is the author of “Cyber Security: The Lost Decade – A Security Governance Handbook for the CISO and the CIO”, first published in September 2017 with annual editions released in November 2018 and October 2019 under the label of the Security Transformation Research Foundation.
He is also a Non-Executive Director with Strata Security Solutions.