Tamer Gamali currently heads up the Group Technology Risk and Business Continuity Management function for Kuwait Finance House (KFH). Prior to joining KFH, Tamer was the Group CISO at the National Bank of Kuwait responsible for ensuring the security of information systems and services, as well as the integrity and confidentiality of customer and employee information. Tamer also managed the corporate security function for the Group. Previous to this, Tamer was head of security services for KPMG. He joined the Middle East practice from London to help define and establish one of the first security practices in the Middle East. Tamer also sits on the advisory board of several companies operating in the IT Governance and Certification sectors. He is the President and co-founder of the (ISC)² chapter in Kuwait, and an executive member of the US OSAC (Overseas Security Advisory Committee) for the US Embassy in Kuwait. Previously, Tamer was a security specialist for Intel Corporation working in the online services division supporting global blue chip companies. With 19 years of experience in Information Security, Tamar is both a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). He graduated from Sussex University (UK), and earned an MSc with distinction in advanced systems from Kingston University (UK).