Michael Keen leads Accenture’s Nationwide Safety follow


Accenture has employed New South Wales Police deputy commissioner Michael Keen to steer its Nationwide Safety follow.

Keen spent extra than three a long time working within the NSW police pressure, rising the ranks to carry a number of senior roles throughout this era.

Commenting on his transfer, Keen stated, “I’m delighted to affix Accenture to assist public sector shoppers navigate the more and more advanced menace panorama, to construct cyber resilience, and to develop and reinvent with confidence. I look ahead to main the follow and defending the safety of our nation, significantly throughout organisation boundaries of intelligence, policing and borders.”

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Previous to serving as deputy commissioner, Keen was the assistant commissioner-commander of the metropolitan area, assistant commissioner-commander of the Counterterrorism and Particular Techniques Command, and bushfire catastrophe and detective superintendent-commander for the murder squad for round six years.

“Michael’s expertise positions him nicely to work with Accenture’s shoppers within the public sector as they handle their safety challenges,” stated John Vidas, a Senior Managing Director at Accenture.

Accenture’s not too long ago launched its Nationwide Safety follow with a purpose to present a multidisciplinary safety providing to public sector, intelligence, public security and border safety organisations. The follow leans closely on Accenture’s expertise experience (cloud, AI, biometrics, and many others), but additionally brings in capabilities within the space of organisation, governance and (worldwide) cooperation.

“Safety stays one of the crucial essential priorities of our authorities shoppers, with threats growing and evolving quickly. The Nationwide Safety follow will assist governments to be safer, resilient and revolutionary throughout a variety of capabilities – from expertise to human efficiency,” stated Keen.

Keen’s transfer comes within the footsteps of two different senior Police figures who not too long ago crossed to the consulting business. In March, former NSW Police commissioner Mick Fuller joined PwC, and final yr former Australian Federal Police commissioner Andrew Colvin joined Deloitte.


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