The Senetas Corporation Limited board of directors is comprised of experienced and respected members of the business community.

Their focus includes maintaining the company’s integrity, ethics and standards of excellence. In addition, the board is responsible for the company’s overall performance, stakeholder interests and the future direction and business strategy of Senetas Corporation Limited.

andrew wilson




Mr Andrew Wilson was appointed CEO of Senetas on 15 August, 2012. He was formerly Senetas’s Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer. Throughout his 14 year career with Senetas, Mr Wilson has had a significant role in most of the important stages of the company’s development since it was first listed on the ASX.

As CFO and previously as senior accountant, Mr Wilson developed a strong understanding of Senetas’s technology, products, manufacturing, customers, partner channel and financial drivers. He is also closely involved in the management of the company’s R&D and customers’ expectations.

Mr Wilson has also developed crucial relationships in the information security industry including key government organisations, both locally and overseas. He has a strong understanding of the markets and drivers of demand for the company’s products.
Commencing his career with KPMG in the audit division, focusing on the banking and broking industries, Mr Wilson has also worked in the United Kingdom with Deutsche Bank and NatWest Bank Plc. As part of corporate restructure teams he has developed considerable financial and administrative skills.

He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries Australia.
Importantly, Mr Wilson brings to the role of CEO skills in strategic planning, a customer-centric focus and an understanding of the dynamics of the markets for Senetas’s specialist products.

brendan case



MComLaw, BEc, CPA, Grad Dip App Fin, Dip FP, FCIS

Brendan Case has more than 20 years company secretarial, corporate governance and finance experience. Brendan is a former Associate Company Secretary of National Australia Bank Limited (NAB), former secretary of NAB’s Audit and Risk Committees and has held senior management roles in risk management and regulatory affairs.

Mr. Case worked for the NAB for almost 15 years and prior to joining NAB, he worked at UniSuper Limited for 8 years. He is a Chartered Secretary with a Masters of Commercial Law from the University of Melbourne and has degrees in both economics and finance.




LLB (Hons)

Mr Francis Galbally has over 30 years’ experience in international business and commercial law. He is a graduate (first class honours) in Law at Melbourne University and worked in a professional legal practice for 15 years, specialising in business law. He was a partner in the leading law firm Galbally & O’Bryan during which time he successfully led a number of landmark commercial litigation cases.

An investor and corporate advisor, Mr Galbally is the major shareholder in Southbank Capital Pty Ltd. (AFSL 343678).  He specialises in technology, environment, food, mining and energy sectors.

Mr Galbally is also chair of the Bayland Property Group and chair of Arunta Resources Ltd. He is a director of EON Reality Inc (California, USA) and EON Reality Australia Pty Ltd. EON Reality is the world leader in virtual and augmented reality based knowledge transfer for industry and education; and ‘edutainment’ – entertainment based education.

Having been a director and chairman of a number of Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) listed companies, Mr Galbally has first-hand operational experience in growing ‘small cap’ companies.

Mr Galbally was the founder of Senetas and held the positions of CEO and chairman. For family reasons, Mr Galbally retired as an executive in February 2006 and as a director in May 2007.

In 2012 Mr Galbally led Senetas’s significant capital and business restructure and re-joined the company as a significant shareholder and board member. He was appointed chairman on 30 April, 2013.

During his successful legal career, Mr Galbally was responsible for recovering more than $1 billion in investor funds ($1 for $1) lost as a result of the major corporate failures (Pyramid Building Societies and Estate Mortgage Trusts) during the 1990’s.

Francis Galbally is the Victorian convenor of the Constitution Education Fund of Australia – a non-political charity dedicated to advancing knowledge of the Australian constitution within the community. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

lachlan given




Mr Lachlan Given is currently a consultant to Madison Park LLC, a global strategic and financial advisory business.  Madison Park is Senetas’s largest single shareholder, after participating in a comprehensive capital restructure in June 2012.

Prior to joining Madison Park in 2004, Mr Given spent five years working in the investment banking and equity capital markets divisions of Merrill Lynch in Hong Kong and Sydney, Australia. He specialised in the origination and execution of a variety of M&A, equity, equity-linked and fixed income transactions.

Mr Given is a board member of The Farm Journal Corporation, a 134 year old pre-eminent US agricultural media company. He is also on the board of: CANSTAR Pty Ltd, the leading Australian financial services ratings and research firm; and Pty Ltd, one of Australia’s largest internet-based financial services comparison organisations.

Mr Given graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Business majoring in banking and finance with distinction.





Lawrence Hansen has had a successful career in leading international IT and data security organisations. He has a strong international M&A and business integration background, having directed world-wide teams since 2005.

Until recently, Mr Hansen was VP and general manager of Dell Software Group employing 3,000 staff in sales, marketing, channels and services, and oversaw its go to market strategy. Previously, Mr Hansen was President and CEO of SafeNet, Inc., Senetas’s global distribution partner. At SafeNet, he led a significant recapitalisation of the company that saw strong growth in revenues and profits before its successful sale to Gemalto NV in 2014.

Mr Hansen’s deep knowledge of Senetas’s current and potential global customer base, sales function, and product development and innovation program; make him a valuable addition to the Senetas board. He also brings to the board his global experience in services, products, marketing and business planning.

As president and CEO of Numara Software, a $100m business, Mr Hansen oversaw the company’s successful sale and integration into BMC Software.

Mr Hansen, a Canadian-born US citizen resides in Dallas, Texas, is a director of Covisint Inc. (Nasdaq: COVS), a leading Cloud platform provider enabling the “Internet of Things” and identity management solutions.





Ken Gillespie retired from the Army after a distinguished 43 year career. He became Vice Chief of the Defence Force/Chief of Joint Operations and Chief of Army, having demonstrated high order strategic planning, engagement and implementation skills and excelling in high command appointments.

Lieutenant General Gillespie was advanced to Companion in the Military Division of the Order of Australia after receiving the honour of Officer of the Order of Australia for his service as Commander Australian Contingent, Operation Slipper, and having been a Member of the Order for his service as Commander ASTJIC. He was also awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his command and leadership in East Timor and the Conspicuous Service Medal for his work in Namibia.

In 2009 Lieutenant General Gillespie was awarded the Legion of Merit (Commander) by the United States of America. In 2010, the Republic of Singapore awarded him the Meritorious Service Medal (Military – Pingat Jasa Gemilang).

Lieutenant General Gillespie is a part-time defence adviser to the New South Wales Government, a director of the Boards of Australian Aerospace Limited, Indoor Skydive Australia Group (Chairman), the White Ribbon Australia (Chairman), and the Australian Drugs Foundation. Most recently appointed a director of Australian Strategic Policy Institute, he also consults to Government Departments, companies on leadership, culture and change management and remains very supportive of ex-service organisations. He is an ambassador for national bowel and prostate cancer organisations as well as “Soldier On”, a charity concerned with supporting wounded soldiers.




Appointed to the Senetas board in December 2017, Mr Philip Schofield is an Executive Director of Australian financial services firm, Patersons Securities Limited, a role he has held since 2004. Patersons specialises in investment and wealth management.

Mr Schofield has over 30 years of international experience in the banking and finance sectors, including senior management and director roles.  These positions include major investment banking groups Goldman Sachs and Citi Group.

Mr Schofield’s experience in capital markets around the world’s financial centres include his working in London, New York, Melbourne and Sydney. He obtained a Bachelor of Economics degree from Monash University, Melbourne.

As Senetas reviews and implements the company’s capital management and market facing strategy, Mr Schofield’s expertise will provide local and international perspectives.