OneVue appoints Chief Information Officer


OneVue has stepped up its cybersecurity leadership and increased its focus on planning for further growth and scale with the appointment of Anne Coull as Chief Information Officer.

Anne joins OneVue from Westpac, where she was the director of the group-wide Security Risk and Culture Program. Prior to that, Anne was the Interim Sales Director at Class Finance, the IT Organisation Integration Change Manager at AMP and Project/Program Manager at Colonial First State.

She’s also held key consulting and transformation roles with the Inari Group, KAZ and Telstra. In her 30 years in the industry, Anne has developed a keen insight and passion for new technologies and robust cybersecurity programs.

Commenting on her new role, Coull highlighted not only the importance of OneVue’s own cybersecurity approach, but also how OneVue can help its clients in this regard.

“The big players out there in the industry, in finance and telecommunications, have access to best-of-breed cybersecurity solutions, but there’s a massive gap between them and the rest of the market,” Coull explained.

“There are a lot of smaller businesses out there who just don’t know where to start, because cybersecurity is painted as a very scary and complicated thing. But at OneVue, we are fortunate to have global custodians and banks as clients and this has introduced institutional grade rigour to the table. Which means we can work with all clients, large and small, to innovate and embrace new technologies within a security aware environment.

“I’m thrilled to join a company where the data is almost entirely in Amazon Web Services, paving the way for AI and data analytics, embracing the new payments platform, and other exciting new projects while also ensuring the robust protection of client information.”

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