Crisis crusher must lead new business unit at Danish IT specialist

Thomas Stampe, who handled the biggest hacker attack in Denmark history in 2017, will in future ensure the highest possible level of IT consulting in the consultancy Mindcore.

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Thomas Stampe

Denmark’s largest cyber attack. That’s what Thomas Stampe got in the summer of 2017 in charge of finding the way out as a CIO at Maersk Supply Service. Not to mention at the same time as he was diagnosed with a cancer which required nine operations in three years. The course has in many media nicknamed him the crisis crusher because he ended up defeating both.

His experiences from these experiences and from a number of senior management positions, Thomas Stampe will now apply to build a CIO advisory function at the consultancy Mindcore, which will offer advice at CFO and CIO level in IT strategy, operations optimization, IT security and supplier management.

“It was the people behind Mindcore that I called as the first, when in 2017 I was in the midst of the cyber attack, which has since turned out to be both global and the most comprehensive the world has seen.”

“The company is incredibly strong in areas such as IT infrastructure, cloud and IT security, while I have extensive practical experience with transformation processes and crisis management in IT. Therefore, we are a really good match, and for me to see will come to have a unique position in the market, because our advice will be far more operational and directly executable than the primarily strategic approach provided by the major consulting houses, ” says Thomas Stampe.

48-year-old Thomas Stampe also has a past as Vice President at TDC, as CIO at Telmore and as an Associate Partner at IBM Denmark. Furthermore, he is the author of the book “Before I have spoken to five”, which is based on the lessons learned from Thomas Stampe’s handling of both the cyber attack at Maersk Supply Service and his cancer illness.


Short name news: Mindcore hires heavy crisis crusters as new IT advisor
He has handled the largest cyber-attack in Danish history and a cancer illness that has required nine operations in three years. Well felt at the same time. Together with a number of heavy management positions in large Danish companies, it has made Thomas Stampe one of Denmark’s foremost experts in crisis management and IT transformation. He will have that experience per year. July 1 spend in the consultancy Mindcore, where he will be tasked with building a CIO advisory function that provides operational and executable IT consulting at CFO and CIO level. 48-year-old Thomas Stampe has a past as CIO at Maersk Supply Service, Vice President at TDC, CIO at Telmore and Associate Partner at IBM Denmark. Furthermore, he is the author of the book “Before I have spoken to five”, which deals with crisis management both professionally and privately.