Life's Too Short to be a One-Trick Pony
Bringing member Fortune 100 companies together to discuss critical cyber security and compliance issues. Use my expertise to provide insight and facilitate detailed intellectual exchange.
I have concluded my Ford career but remain active in the fields of cyber security, compliance and audit, IT strategy, and business resilience / business continuity.
Managed 40+ security professionals to ensure applications and infrastructure across all areas of the business are compliant with information system policy and legal regulations. Senior consultant on risk, cyber security / strategy, and audit / compliance.
Worked with the senior IT leadership team in developing and implementing the worldwide IT strategy. Researched trends across the IT industry, the automotive industry, and external indicators and trends to develop a robust approach to strategy development and refresh. Led a cross-functional global team of strategists at all leadership levels, to develop and enhanced strategy map addressing near, medium, and long-range challenges.
Managerial positions included: Availability analysis, production planning and control, enterprise data center hardware configuration, large-scale mainframe systems development, systems life cycle, enterprise business continuity, CIRT (incident response), IT audit
This is Part Two of the Norman Conquest.
A while back, I told you all about Norm, in this reflection: The Norman Conquest, Part One. In Part One, I suggested that Norm represented a kind of common man — certainly me, if not you.
It’s time to look at the other guy.
This is Norman, never Norm, in the same way that King James isn’t, well, King Jim. You just don’t do that. (1)
Every organization has a Norman. He’s the larger-than-life individual, whose curriculum vitae transcends the mortal;...