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PPRO appoints Bronwyn Boyle as Chief Information Security Officer to drive security agenda

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London, 30th April 2024 – PPRO, the leading local payments platform, has announced the appointment of a new senior leader, Bronwyn Boyle, as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). In her role, Bronwyn will spearhead PPRO’s security strategy and oversee information, cyber and technology security across all product offerings and processes. 

Bronwyn brings over two decades of experience across technology, cybersecurity, regulatory compliance and fraud prevention. Most recently, Bronwyn served as CISO at fintech Mambu and led security transformation and AI enablement initiatives for TSB Bank. Prior to this, Bronwyn was Head of Security and Counter-Fraud for the UK’s Open Banking implementation entity. She also holds several advisory and non-executive positions for a range of financial services and technology businesses. Bronwyn’s wealth of knowledge in cyber and technology security, coupled with her track record of executing successful transformation programmes, further demonstrates PPRO’s commitment to maintaining the trust and confidence of its partners and customers.

Upon joining PPRO, Bronwyn said, “In today’s payments landscape, cyber attacks can pose existential threats to organisational stability, with potential ripple effects impacting broader financial and customer ecosystems. With this in mind, security has to be top of the agenda, and we are working closely with our partners and customers to collectively strengthen security on a global level.”

Commenting on Bronwyn’s appointment, Motie Bring, CEO at PPRO, stated, “Bronwyn’s appointment as CISO is a testament to our commitment to further strengthen security and combat fraud for our partners and customers. Bronwyn joins PPRO at a time when we are accelerating merchant reach globally and her impressive background will help us to provide secure solutions for our partners and customers.”