ANDREW TYRER, TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY BOARD

Andrew Tyrer, Technology Strategy Board
Andrew Tyrer, Technology Strategy Board

Andrew joined the Department of Trade and Industry, on secondment from the National Physical Laboratory, to run the Network Security Innovation Platform in April 2006. He transferred his secondment to the Technology Strategy Board on its inception in July 2007. In March 2008 Andrew became a full time employee of the Technology Strategy Board and now works in the Digital team as a lead specialist. Andrew has been responsible for running research programmes in e.g. Privacy and Consent, Information Infrastructure Protection, Trusted Services and Cloud Adoption and is responsible for over £35m of investment on behalf of the Technology Strategy Board. Prior to this he worked for Serco Science at the National Physical Laboratory, where he managed business development for the Division of Enabling Metrology. Immediately prior to this he worked for Serco Group PLC, as a business development manager in their Technology division, working in areas such as speed enforcement, automatic number plate recognition and traffic control systems.