Ex-Huawei tech security chief on steeling UOB’s cyber defences

Singaporean bank overhauls penetration testing and scenario analysis, with Tobias Gondrom leading the effort

Tobias Gondrom, chief information security officer

Tobias Gondrom is an idealist. His decision to take a job at Singapore’s UOB after a career in tech and telecoms firms was prompted, in part, by an advertisement he had seen on a Cathay Pacific flight from London to Hong Kong a few years previously.

The commercial featured a young girl receiving books from a donor. Before long, her father decided that one book was too valuable to accept and insisted on returning it to the donor. The sentiment struck a chord with Gondrom – particularly in the

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