Since joining CSIS in 2012, Allan has been the driving force behind the company's growth and direction. Allan oversees the corporate direction and strategy for CSIS' international operations, including sales, support, consulting, marketing, alliances and channels. Focussing on strategy, leadership, and customers, Allan brings a wealth of sales experience to the position from his previous roles.
Advisory Board Member of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) since 2013,
Jan has over 15 years’ experience in IT-security, including network
architecture, forensics, incident response, malware research, penetration
testing and financial fraud. Jan is a cyber security subject-matter expert on Danish TV and is a frequent presenter at regional and international cyber
CSIS Board members
Klaus Juel Rasmussen
A member of The Danish Bar and Law Society and Copenhagen Bar Association, Claus is a High Court attorney with over 20 years’ legal experience and has been working with CSIS for over 10 years. Chairman of several commercial companies, Claus’ expertise includes commercial and company law, intellectual property law, and employment law.
Morten has overseen the organic growth and strategic business development of CSIS into one of Europe’s leading independent threat intelligence providers. Since co-founding the company in 2003, Morten has been the prime mover in shaping CSIS’ unique culture and business values. As well as benefiting from his Board duties, the company continues to draw upon Morten’s highly-valued advice on an operational level.
Combining a profound technical understanding of malware with a keen appreciation of business needs, Peter is the most frequently-quoted cyber security expert in Denmark and is among the most visible in Europe. He has a long history of active participation in closed and vetted IT-security communities and enjoys strong relationships among the antivirus and banking industries, as well as among law enforcement agencies and higher education institutions. Peter blogs frequently on cyber security issues.