Synechron appoints Aaron Momin as CISO

Synechron appoints Aaron Momin as CISO

Aaron Momin has been appointed as the new Chief Information Security Officer at Synechron, a leading global digital transformation consulting firm specializing in financial services and technology sectors. This appointment aligns with Synechron’s broader growth ambitions.

Aaron Momin brings over 28 years of experience in risk management and cybersecurity to his new role as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). During his time as CISO at Certinia, Aaron showcased his ability to enhance security resilience and maturity, two vital elements for ensuring the establishment of strong information security and compliance frameworks throughout Synechron’s global operations.

Additionally, the organization announced that Surabhi Ramamurthy will take on the role of Head of the Asia Business Unit. She has eighteen years of experience in the banking and capital markets industries.

Throughout her career, Surabhi has held leadership roles at DXC Technology and Accenture, where she effectively managed large teams and drove innovation across the APAC region. Her expertise will directly enhance Synechron’s market presence in Asia and support accelerated growth.

By appointing these leaders, Synechron underscores its commitment to exceptional leadership. Moreover, the company is well-positioned to leverage these new talents to maintain its competitive edge and swiftly adapt to the rapidly evolving global market.

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