- Published on Sunday, 08 March 2015 22:28
The Business Analyst:
First Line of Defense Against a Security Breach
Wednesday May 18th at 6PM
Featuring Hans Eckman
(location details provided below Eventbrite link)
About This Presentation:
Aren’t you glad you weren’t the reason customer data was lost?! Well maybe you are. If security isn’t built into your systems from the beginning, it is very difficult to add it later. You owe it to your customers and employees to learn the security landscape and how to elicit, document and enforce security into your solutions. Learn how you as the BA or project leader can ensure that your solution isn’t vulnerable.
This session will be led by Hans Eckman whose team had delivery responsibility for Client Authentication and Security, Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance/Information Security, and Internal Identity Access Management for SunTrust’s Technology Risk and Compliance teams. Through the SunTrust’s BA Center of Excellence, Hans helped establish reusable non-functional requirements and review processes including application security and records retention. The session is an industry and company agnostic look at information security from a project resource viewpoint.
About the Presenter:
Hans Eckman provides linchpin leadership and consulting for rapidly evolving companies, with 19 of his over 25+ years’ experience creating workflow and support optimization solutions across diverse industries. Hans is part of the SunTrust Innovation Programs team at SunTrust Bank, where he helps develop disruptive programs and products that drive innovation, process improvement and quality teammate engagement across the enterprise. Hans co-founded the SunTrust Business Analyst Center of Excellence, and has presented internationally at conferences and for professional organizations. Visit http://hanseckman.com to view presentation videos and simplification guides.
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- Published on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 02:02
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