Commissum COO joins global security accreditation organisation in advisory role
Midlands-based cybersecurity services organisation Commissum (Eurofins Cyber Security UK), which is part of Eurofins Digital Testing, has announced that its COO, Boglarka Ronto, has been voted onto the prestigious CREST GB board as an Executive for the next three years.
Commissum is one of the fastest growing cyber security firms in the UK and has doubled in size every year for the past three years, with offices located in Birmingham, Edinburgh and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It offers a host of cybersecurity-related services including: technical assurance and security testing, managed services and cyber incident response, advisory & audit and a range of educational and awareness services.
CREST is an international not-for-profit accreditation and certification body that represents and supports the technical information security market and sets the benchmark for skill and expertise levels for the industry.
Boglarka is one of three members elected at CREST GB’s virtual annual general meeting and one of two female executive committee members. She brings to CREST over 15 years’ experience of leading and managing test teams and in recent years running all service delivery operations at Commissum, as well as supporting the wider Eurofins Digital Testing cyber businesses globally.
Boglarka began her career in UNIX administration, which sparked her interest and passion for all things cyber and information security. She then progressed into penetration testing and now heads the Commissum technical services and testing practice.
Of her appointment, Boglarka said: “It’s my privilege to serve as an elected board member for CREST GB and I’m looking forward to contributing to its important work, and supporting CREST’s international expansion objectives alongside championing those from minority and diverse backgrounds into the industry and into leadership positions”.
Boglarka also works with young people to help nurture fulfilling careers in one of the many areas of cyber security, focusing on supporting underrepresented groups within the industry such as women, those with neurodiverse backgrounds and other minorities. As a security industry leader, Boglarka regularly speaks and delivers technical talks to industry peers, academia, and at conferences.