The PR company Galibier is launching a campaign to reveal the identity of a feared figure in the security sector, currently known only as “the Gentleman Bank Robber”, an individual who has built a long career advising some of the worlds biggest institutions on security matters, including testing bank security systems with real life security breaches.
He will now work as a special advisor to Galibier, whose clients operate in high-risk sectors and include some of the UK’s biggest Fintechs. Galibier will host a series of events, including one on technology, at which participants will be able to interact with this specialist, gain insight into his methods and consider how secure and disaster-proof their own organisations are.
The sessions will cover elements ranging from technology and cybercrime, catastrophe scenario modelling and of course human psychology – where many organisations still find most of their weaknesses lie. Following these sessions, Galibier will also be introducing an exclusive Risk Register as a Service (RRaaS) with the “Gentleman Bank Robber” as part of its core proposition alongside its existing services.
Oliver Chesher, founder and managing director of Galibier said, “As we look at our proposition during this time when survival is top of the agenda, we recognise that our fundamental offering to most if not all of our clients is around risk and reputation. We have worked with this person as one of our advisory panel for many years, without our clients ever being aware of the other side of his work. Now we are preparing to reveal his identity and go into 2021 together with an exclusive “Risk Register as a Service” offering based on our joint experiences of the risks faced by our clients.”