Bryan Lillie

Expert in Cybersecurity

Management Consultant, Capgemini

As the Go to Market Lead for Public Sector in our Cyber Security Centre of Excellence, Bryan focuses on crucial issues facing organisations in this sector within an environment with an evolving and growing cyber threat. He has worked with a broad range of clients,both within Government and the supply chain.

Bryan works with all stakeholders to understand the problems that are being faced and molding this into a cost effective solution for clients that meets both strategic and operational needs. He also understands that in this regulated market compliance with regulations and standards is a key foundation of success.


Before joining Capgemini Bryan had a strong record of success including driving a new and innovative cyber strategy for a UK Defence Company to deliver value to company in its core and future markets.

He established a Security Centre of Competence across 3 countries for a Large Multi-National Organisation c.120 Professionals.He is a member of the Department of Computing, Imperial University Industry Board.He is an established spokesman for the cyber industry. Speaking at multiple conferences and published articles in the UK national press including NIAS17 and the Daily Telegraph.


And another thing…

He is passionate about politics and gets involved at a local level in the UK, He has been involved in promoting engineering as a career for a number of years. He is also a dog lover and owner.

Bryan Lillie

My experience

Management Consultant @ Capgemini

January 2019 – Present

Chief Technical Officer, Cyber Security @ Defense & Space

June 2014 – December 2018

Business Development Manager @ Aviation & Aerospace

January 2013 – March 2014

Head of Product Development @ Aviation & Aerospace

May 2012 – December 2012

Head @ Aviation & Aerospace

October 2009 – April 2012

Head @ Aviation & Aerospace

October 2006 – October 2009

Programme Manager @ Defense & Space

December 1999 – January 2001

Project Manager @ Defense & Space

April 1997 – December 1999

Latest Publications


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Bryan Lillie

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