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2009 and Beyond: Managing Security and the New Compliance Landscape in an Adverse Economy
Keynote speakers:
  • Kristin Lovejoy, Director, IBM Corporate Security Strategy  Learn More
  • Scott Crawford, Research Director, Enterprise Management Associates  Learn More

  • Moderator: 
  • Marne E. Gordon, GRC Market Manager, IBM Tivoli  Learn More


    2009 is going to present some incredible challenges to business world wide.  The economic downturn is a global phenomenon, and in the US, the new administration seems committed to increased regulatory scrutiny for the financial services industry and many others.  Given that budgets and resources are scarce, how can an organization successfully protect the enterprise and manage its compliance burden?


    • CSOs, CISOs, CCOs, CTOs
    • VPs, Directors of IT, Security, Risk Management
    • VPs, Directors of Compliance
    • VPs, Directors of Operations
    • Application Development, Enterprise Architects
    • IT Consultants

    Kristin Lovejoy, Director, IBM Corporate Security Strategy  

    Kristin Lovejoy joined IBM in February of 2007 as part of the leadership team which was retained after IBM’s acquisition of Consul risk management, a leader in compliance management solution development and delivery.  Today, Ms. Lovejoy is the executive responsible for IBM’s Corporate Security Strategy.  While at Consul, Ms. Lovejoy was the CTO, CTO and VP of Support and Services.  Prior to Consul, Ms. Lovejoy was the Vice President of Security Assurance Services at the TruSecure Corporation.  Recognized as Top 25 CTO by InfoWorld in 2005 and as Top 25 Most Influential Security Executives by Security Magazine in 2006, Ms. Lovejoy is a recognized expert in the field on security, risk, compliance and governmance.  Ms. Lovejoy holds a U.S. and EU patents for Object Oriented Risk Management Model and Methodology.  Ms. Lovejoy earned her degree from Lafayette College.

    Scott Crawford, Research Director, Enterprise Management Associates  

    Scott Crawford is Research Director of Security and Risk Management at Enterprise Management Associates of Boulder, Colorado, the leading industry analyst firm focused on all aspects of enterprise management systems and services.  The former information security chief for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization at its International Data Center in Vienna, Austria, Scott pioneered security strategy and developed unique technologies to secure treaty monitoring and data management worldwide.  In the private sector, Scott has served with global corporations such as Emerson.  He is a trusted advisor to some of the world’s largest enterprises, and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events.

    Marne E. Gordon, GRC Market Manager, IBM Tivoli  

    Marne E. Gordan is the GRC Market Manager for IBM’s Tivoli Software Division, where she is responsible for maintaining intelligence on prevalent regulations and standards related to information security and IT governance.

    With over 10 years of experience in electronic and retail banking, she began her career with America’s Community Bankers, managing industry relations for its for-profit subsidiaries. Prior to joining Cybertrust, she developed the Internet banking product line at the STAR EFT Network, developing secure web sites and integrated home banking programs for small banks and credit unions.


    At IBM, we strive to lead in the invention, development and manufacture of the industry's most advanced information technologies. We translate these advanced technologies into value for our customers through hardware and software solutions, professional and managed services and consulting business offerings worldwide. Our Information Management, Lotus, Rational, Tivoli and WebSphere software brands are aligned around a single, focused business model: innovation.

    IBM takes its breadth and depth of insight on connecting operating systems, business processes, and applications seamlessly, and invents and applies technology to help solve its clients' most intractable business and competitive problems.

    IBM’s extensive portfolio and the IBM Security Framework cover the spectrum of IT and business security risks: people and identity, data and information, application and process, network, server and endpoint and physical infrastructure and have empowered our customers to operate their businesses based on the most secure infrastructure platforms for over 40 years.

    For more information about IBM Security go to: www.ibm.com/security


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