The Effect of Rootkits on the Corporate Environment
David Ehinger - Rolls Royce
Sep 26, 2007Size: 453.2MB
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About the SpeakerMr. Ehinger has been an employee of Rolls-Royce and its’ predecessor companies for nearly 23 years. During the first 14 years of his career Mr. Ehinger served in several engineering positions mainly in support of military products and services. In 1998 Mr. Ehinger joined the Security staff as the Technology Control Officer. In 2000 Mr. Ehinger was appointed as the first Manager of Information Technology Security for Rolls-Royce Corporation and in 2003 he was appointed as the Director of Information Technology Security for Rolls-Royce North America.
Mr. Ehinger is responsible for establishing Information Security Policy for Rolls-Royce North America in cooperation with the Global Director of Information Technology Security and the Business Process Improvement staff. Mr. Ehinger evaluates the security aspects of information systems being deployed by Rolls-Royce or being used by Rolls-Royce to host company data. Mr. Ehinger is responsible for insuring that adequate controls are in place to protect company data from inappropriate disclosure.
Mr. Ehinger is also responsible for conducting investigations and responding to incidents involving the company’s information technology assets and supports the company’s legal staff in responding to electronic discovery requests.
Mr. Ehinger’s education includes degrees in Mechanical Engineering at the Bachelor and Masters levels as well as a Master of Science degree in Information Assurance. Additionally Mr. Ehinger has completed several information security certifications.
Mr. Ehinger has been a member for the Indiana Air National Guard for 27 years and has completed Squadron Officers School and Air Command and Staff College as well as several technical schools. He is currently the Strategic Plans Officer for the Indiana Air National Guard and serves on the Strategic Plans Staff for the Joint Forces Headquarters, Indiana.
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