Rob May is a professional cybersecurity keynote speaker.
He will educate your audience whilst being entertaining and engaging, Rob always provokes thought.
He is a TEDx, Keynote and International Business Speaker, a professional member of The PSA, Managing Director of ramsac ltd., The UK Ambassador for CyberSecurity at the Institute of Directors. Rob is a Leadership Fellow at The College of St. George, Windsor Castle and he is also a published author, a Liveryman and a Thought Leader.
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Who is Rob May?
Rob May is an international business spokesperson and professional keynote speaker.
He has been the Managing Director of ramsac limited for nearly 30 years. He likes to educate and entertain, to challenge thinking and to provoke thought.
Rob is a TEDx presenter and a published author. He is an award winning speaker* for Vistage helping leaders grow. He is The Ambassador for Cybersecurity for the Institute of Directors. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors (FIoD) and served for 4 years as Chairman of the IoD in Surrey.
He runs a business academy within ramsac, a vehicle to grow and develop people and future leaders.
Rob is on The Advisory Board of The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East working with academia and the Police forces in Thames Valley, Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire.
Rob is a Fellow of St. George's College, Windsor Castle and the Patron for Employability at Burton and South Derbyshire College.
He was named as the first honorary lifetime member of the Cloud Industry Forum for his contributions to the sector.
Rob makes complex subjects straightforward by using real life examples, humour and simplicity.
He is passionate about the people he works with, positive about life and committed to helping people understand and grow.
Professional member of the Professional Speaking Association.
Cybersecurity and Technology Keynote Speaker
* Vistage Rising Star Speakers Award 2018
Vistage Outperformer Speakers Award 2019
"What we learn with pleasure we never forget"
Alfred Mercier 1816-1894