Kylie Watson appointed as APAC security lead at DXC Technology

Kylie Watson, who previously led security in Australia and New Zealand for DXC Technology, has been promoted to now lead the Asia Pacific (APAC) and Middle East and Africa (MEA) regions. Based in Sydney, Watson will be responsible for helping customers in these regions improve their cybersecurity posture through advisory and managed security services.

With a background in the Australian Army and leadership roles at companies like SAP, Deloitte, HP, and IBM, Watson brings two decades of IT experience across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Thailand. She joined DXC earlier this year as head of security for A/NZ, following a year as a cyber security and digital trust partner at PwC Australia.

Watson is excited about her new role and expressed confidence in delivering expert services and threat intelligence to customers while promoting smart cyber resilience strategies. Described by DXC as a highly experienced and outcome-focused leader, she is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion initiatives within the organization.

Seelan Nayagam, president at DXC Technology for APAC and MEA, praised Watson’s fit within the company’s culture and her dedication to creating environments where everyone can thrive. Watson’s promotion signifies DXC’s focus on expanding cybersecurity services and supporting customers across different industries and geographies in the APAC and MEA regions.

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