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November 07, 2006 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Identity Management for the Enterprise

- Nancy Callahan, CPCU, Vice President, Identity Theft and Fraud Division, AIG Learn More

- Michael Miller, Associate Director, Senior Risk Manager, Barclays Capital
Loren Russon, Director of Product Management, Processes and Methodologies, Novell

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Strategically planning your identity management procedures and policies to mitigate identity theft and protect your human and information assets.


Identity management is becoming integral to the information and physical security strategy of any organization.  A plethora of technology solutions are available to protect your information assets, but the best technology is only part of the story.  Robust policies and procedures lie at the core of every strong identity management program, regardless if you use the program for the protection of information, logistics or monitoring of customers.

This web conference will focus on what is required to create and make sure the policy and procedures you implement in your organization result in a system that will allow you to give the right information to the right people within your organization to meet the increasing informational demands, whilst ensuring that unauthorized access to information is not a event that can seriously damage your business.

Take away points include:

  • Develop a watertight ID management strategy that meets the informational demands of your organization
  • Tools and techniques to get the required buy in from Management to implement new technologies to further strengthen your ID management system
  • Implement an effective KPI regime around your Identity management program to show real results to management
  • Keep the policies and procedures user friendly and “front of mind” for your entire organizations staff 

Positions in enterprise responsible for Identity Management, Privacy, Information security CIOs, CFO, CIAOs, CPOs


SVPs, VPs, Directors Managers  of:

  • Identity Management
  • Corporate Fraud
  • Information Security
  • Privacy
  • Risk Management
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    Today, businesses are faced with a perfect storm of global security threats, global regulatory pressures and global competition. Security and identity solutions from Novell enable our customers to meet these challenges with solutions that simplify and secure their enterprise while controlling costs and meeting regulatory demands.



    New technologies, new tools and new approaches have been developed, and entire architecture shifts are underway. Widespread connectivity and rapid change requires business processes to adapt – keeping the underlying technical infrastructure aligned with how the business operates and running the business in ways that leverage new capabilities.

    CXOs (the whole gambit of senior management, including CEO, COO, CFO, HR, and marketing) face major challenges and opportunities as they work to keep IT aligned with ever-changing corporate business strategies.

    CXO will help C-Level executives in their decision-making process and in the development of IT strategies, directions and architectures.


    nancy CallahanNancy L. Callahan is Divisional Vice President of the AIG Identity Theft and Fraud DivisionSM of the member companies of American International Group, Inc. (AIG).   

    The AIG Identity Theft and Fraud Division creates, underwrites and markets insurance products and related services which address the risks of fraud to consumers and businesses within the U.S. and other countries. Our consumer products address identity theft, fraud perpetrated on individuals and damage to personal computers resulting from malicious viruses. Our commercial products address identity theft liability and specific types of payment fraud.

    AIG is the world's leading international insurance and financial services organization, with operations in approximately 130 countries and jurisdictions. AIG member companies serve commercial, institutional and individual customers through the most extensive worldwide property-casualty and life insurance networks of any insurer

    An expert on identity theft, Ms. Callahan is a frequent speaker at industry conferences throughout the United States and is a much sought-after media resource, having been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and Associated Press.

    Ms. Callahan joined AIG in 2001.  Prior to AIG, Ms. Callahan worked in e-commerce and financial services.  She spent 13 years at Reuters where her final position was Executive Vice President, Money Transaction Systems.

    Ms. Callahan is a Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU).  She has a Masters of Business Administration and a B.S. in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.

    Loren Russon, Director of Product Management, Processes and Methodologies, Novell

    Bio coming soon!

    Michael Miller, Associate Director & Senior Information Risk Manager, Information Risk Management (IRM), Barclays Capital

    Based in London, Mr. Miller is responsible for safeguarding the integrity and security of Barclays Capital's data, infrastructure and applications, by identifying, managing and leading, either directly or through partnerships, all aspects of Information Risk and IT Security.  Additional responsibilities include owning information security policies and standards and leading the Sarbanes Oxley compliance project for Barclays Wealth.

    Mr. Miller joined Barclays Capital in November 2004 from Deloitte, where he was a Director in their Information Security consultancy responsible for project managing the delivery of multi-million dollar security projects.  During this time, he worked with leading organisations in the Financial Services, Telecommunications and Manufacturing industries to design and install security solutions for complex enterprise-wide applications and supporting infrastructure.

    Prior to specialising in Information Security, Mr. Miller developed a wide understanding of technology as one of the first Information Risk Auditor’s within Deloitte during the 90’s.  He started his career with Touche Ross in Scotland as a trainee Accountant where he experienced many different working environments, but soon developed an interest in technology that shaped his future career.

    Mr. Miller is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and holds a BA degree in Economics and Accounting from Strathclyde University.

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