MetaCompliance CEO Recognised as UK Gamechanger of the Year at ACQ5 Global Awards 2020

October 9, 2020
ACQ5 Gamechanger of the Year

The ACQ5 Global Awards has recognised MetaCompliance CEO, Robert O’Brien as UK Gamechanger of the Year.

Launched in 2006, the ACQ5 Global Awards celebrates thought leadership, innovation and brilliance by recognising individuals that have achieved outstanding commercial success in their designated areas of expertise. 

Recipients are acknowledged as the elite of their industry, earning a place amongst a distinguished group. This year, the total number of nominations peaked at a record high of 117,943.

Relying on reader insight and experience to provide nominations to the panel remains the cornerstone of our program and to identify industry leaders, individuals, teams and organisations that represent the benchmark of achievement and best practice in the business world.

“The 2020 ACQ5 Award winners represent the best of breed in all industry sectors and have earned these honours by standing out in a group of very impressive finalists.” says Jake Robson, Group Editor of The ACQ5. 

It is the second time that Robert has been presented the UK Gamechanger of the Year Award. With more than 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, Robert is a serial technology entrepreneur with a wealth of experience in executing and developing strategies for high growth businesses.

Speaking about the award, Robert O’Brien, MetaCompliance CEO commented: “Being recognised by ACQ5 as ‘UK Gamechanger of the Year’ is a great honour. MetaCompliance is disrupting how organisations manage Cyber Security awareness and compliance. This award represents our ongoing commitment to providing a world-class solution that helps protect organisations in a continually evolving Cyber Security landscape.

Earlier this year, MetaCompliance was also recognised as Compliance Software Provider of the Year by ACQ5 Magazine for its award winning MetaEngage product. MetaEngage is an automated solution that addresses the key business problems of demonstrating compliance with legislative requirements and providing due care to third party auditors and regulators.