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Huawei Australia Appoints New Cyber Security Officer

2019.07.24

Photo above: David Soldani, Chief Technology Officer will take on an extended role and replace Malcolm Shore as Cyber Security Officer.

[Sydney, Australia, July 23 2019] Huawei Australia is announcing today that our Chief Technology Officer, David Soldani, will take on an extended role and replace the retiring Malcolm Shore as our Cyber Security Officer.

Mr. Soldani joined Huawei Australia in March 2018 as our Chief Technology Officer having worked for a range of global vendors in Europe, including a role as Head of 5G technology at Nokia, in his career and established himself as a global authority on mobile technology.

In his long career he has published or presented numerous international papers, contributed to the publication of many books, the development of 3GPP standards and filed several international patents.

Huawei Australia would like to express our sincere thanks to Mr. Shore for the contribution he has made to our company since joining us in June 2017 and we wish him all the best in his retirement back at his home in New Zealand.

John Lord, Huawei Australia Chairman said:

“We thank Malcolm Shore very much for the contribution he has made whilst working with us and wish him all the very best for his retirement – he has had a remarkable career spanning the UK, New Zealand and Australia.

“We look forward to David Soldani taking on an expanded role as Chief Technology and Cyber Security Officer and helping us deliver our innovative technology in a safe and secure manner by working with our partners and governments.”

David Soldani, Huawei Australia Chief Technology & Cyber Security Officer said:

“I am excited to be taking on this expanded role with Huawei Australia, it is a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate that our technology can be delivered in a secure environment.

“Huawei has a fifteen year operating history here in Australia with no major Cyber Security breaches and I look forward to helping to maintaining that record in my expanded role.”