Our founders believe that distributed ledger is the next generation of technology that will connect businesses and society together.

Founder - Peter Ferry

Peter Ferry, COO and Co-founder

Peter co-founded Microsoft Scotland and spent much of the dot com boom working in the large financial services institutions of Scotland, consulting on leading-edge web, infrastructure and security projects. Peter’s corporate career continued, ultimately leading Microsoft’s Cloud and Partner programs and building the Microsoft Technology Centre to demonstrate the business impact of disruptive tech.  He served on the board of ScotlandIS from 2013 to 2015, is on the Westminster All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Blockchain and was primary author of “Scottish Government’s Digital Strategy: Distributed Ledger Technologies in Public Services”. Peter also was appointed the Honorary Consul for Estonia – a world-leader in digital government.

Peter has always been excited by leapfrog technologies which have the capability of reshaping the world. That’s why he founded SICCAR – to realise the potential of DLT for government and business. Peter has a passion for technology’s positive impact on society and government, learned from a period living in Estonia.

Founder - Stuart Fraser

Stuart Fraser, CTO and Co-founder

Stuart has 30 years professional practice in Information Technology. He was involved in a number of leading-edge projects such as the BP Virtual Teamworks desktop video conferencing project in 1995 and as start-up CTO of MiiCard (now The IDCo.) Stuart successfully founded and built the first Scottish domestic cyber security and cryptography company DNS before its ultimate sale to Dell Corp. During this time, he attained a number of industry qualifications such as CISSP and UK government specific CESG Check and CLAS certifications. He has a Masters (MSc) in High Performance Computing from The University of Edinburgh.  

Stuart founded SICCAR because of his view that DLT networks and cryptographic technologies can fundamentally transform the secure sharing and protection of digital data in the Internet age to build a better, secured by default, and natively digital world. His role spans technology vision, product architecture, finance, and overall leadership. He has a wide appreciation of the application of technology and the risk and issues of information security and continues his involvement with the cyber community.

The Board

Carolyn Jameson

Carolyn Jameson, Chairperson

Carolyn has over 16 years of experience as a C-level executive and Advisor, working internationally in strategic business, legal and operational roles within a technology environment. Currently holding the position of Chief Trust Officer at TrustPilot, Caroline has recent experience of leading a high-profile company, Skyscanner, to a famously successful exit.
Derrick McCourt

Derrick McCourt

As General Manager of Microsoft UK’s Customer Success Unit, Derrick leads the organisation responsible for enabling Microsoft’s largest Enterprise Customers on their journey to embrace Digital Transformation.

Since joining Microsoft in 2001, Derrick has held multiple leadership roles in the UK as well as internationally. In his position as General Manager for Microsoft’s Public Sector Business, Derrick played a key part in driving the digital first agenda with the introduction of new productivity tools and cloud platforms, allowing public sector bodies to modernise in a time of austerity.

Dominic McCann

Dominic McCann, CEO

Dominic is an entrepreneurial leader with a proven track record of successful strategy execution in delivering digital transformation, driving enterprise sales, leading growth in public companies, and managing institutional investors and complex sales environments. Formerly Chief Customer Officer at Waracle – the UK’s number 1 mobile app developer – Dominic continues to advise scale-up companies on how to optimise their sales functions to deliver results.

We are SICCAR. We want to enable organisations to have and share better protected data and improve trust in data on the internet. 

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