FOCUS 2011 Speakers
Chief Editor, CIO Magazine
Since 2004 Horst Ellermann is chief editor of CIO Magazine. Prior to that, he was head of department of “Tomorrow” Magazine and editor at “Süddeutsche Zeitung”. Among other things, he published a book called “Rohstoff Bildung”. Ellermann studied journalism, politics and psychology at the universities of Berlin and Essex.
CEUR Vice President, McAfee
Hans-Peter Bauer is Vice President Central and Eastern Europe for McAfee, Inc. As such, he is responsible for leading McAfee’s business in these countries and for driving the company forward in the region.
Bauer joined McAfee from Juniper Networks where he was Vice President Enterprise Business for EMEA. He has more than 20 years of experience in the IT business. He started his career 1976 at Siemens AG, where he worked in the area of consulting and sales for data and IT systems. In 1988, he joined Digital Equipment (DEC) where he held different management positions in the national and international sales divisions for 5 years.
In 1993 he joined the consulting and system integration business at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). There he became a member of senior management being responsible for the business division Communication and Media in Central and Eastern Europe.
1997 Hans-Peter Bauer moved on to Lotus as Managing Director for Lotus Consulting Central and Eastern Europe and took over the responsibility as General Manager, Lotus Development DACH in 1999.
After Lotus was integrated into IBM he became Director, Lotus Central Europe for the Software Group of IBM Deutschland GmbH. His last position there was Vice President Software Group IBM Central Europe. In 2002 he moved to Symantec as Vice President and General Manager Central and Eastern Europe.
At the beginning of 2005 Bauer joined Macromedia Central Europe to head the Central European Operations and after the completion of the Adobe/Macromedia acquisition he became Managing Director Adobe Northern Europe including UK, Ireland and Scandinavia.
IT-Security in multinational military operations
Dr. Klaus Reinhardt
Ex-General and expert for military security
Dr. Klaus Reinhardt was born in Berlin on 15 January 1941. In October 1967 he started studying history and political sciences at the University of Freiburg, Baden-Wuerttemberg, and obtained his doctorate (Dr. phil) on 11 February 1972.
Promoted to Lieutenant General 1993, Dr. Klaus Reinhardt was the Commanding General of the III. (German) Corps at Koblenz. In April 1994 he took over as the Commander German Army Forces Command, also located at Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate. Dr. Klaus Reinhardt was promoted to General on 28 April 1998.
Since 29 April 1999, General Reinhardt is Commander Joint Headquarters Centre, formerly known as Headquarters Allied Land Forces Central Europe (LANDCENT), Heidelberg.
On 8 October 1999, he assumed command of the NATO-led Kosovo Force (KFOR) in Pristina, Kosovo, and was replaced by Lieutenant General Juan Ortuo on 18 April 2000.
Intel's Vision and Strategy for Connecting a Mobile World
Prof. Dr. Hermann Eul
President & Managing Director, Intel
Hermann Eul is President of Intel Mobile Communications. This entity is responsible for developing and selling world-class wireless communication products for mobile phones from ultra-low-cost to high-end smart phones, tablet computers and connected devices. Eul´s responsibilities include: Strategy Development, Research & Development, Sales & Marketing, and Business Management.
Prior to joining Intel in 2011, Eul was Executive Vice President and Member of the Management Board of Infineon Technologies where he was responsible for Sales & Marketing, Research & Development and Technology. Previously he was President of Infineon’s Communications Group, including all wireline and wireless business. While he was a member of the Management Board, Infineon managed the turnaround to highly profitable business. In 2011 the wireless segment became Intel Mobile Communications, while the wireline segment became Lantiq in 2009.
In 2003 Eul was appointed full professor at the University of Hanover in Germany. From 1996 to 2003 Eul held several general management positions at Infineon, and previously at Siemens in wireline, wireless communications as well as smart cards and security.
Professor Eul studied electrical engineering and holds the titles of doctor and professor of engineering.
Eul is a member of the Bitkom Presiding Committee, the leading association for the IT and telecommunications industry. Additionally, he serves as member in other education and industrial organizations.
EMEA President, McAfee
Gert-Jan Schenk is responsible for leading McAfee business operations in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). With more than 20 years of experience in global sales and marketing in the security space, Schenk is focused on driving growth in EMEA and continuing to develop opportunities in emerging markets. Schenk has extensive knowledge of network security and looks to leverage that expertise to grow the McAfee network business throughout Europe and the Middle East.
Prior to joining McAfee, Schenk held the role of senior vice president of EMEA at Juniper Networks where he managed 900 employees throughout EMEA and grew revenues from $600 million to $1.2 billion over three years. While at Juniper, Schenk helped guide the company from a one-tier to a two-tier distribution model in EMEA, helping to increase focus on the enterprise and expand the product portfolio to include security, enterprise routing, and application acceleration solutions. Before Juniper, Schenk was vice president, channels at Unisphere Networks (acquired by Juniper Networks in 2002). Previously, he was director of channel sales, EMEA at Redback Networks and regional sales director, Benelux and Central Europe for Madge Networks.
Schenk has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from NIMA at the Hogeschool West Brabant and a degree in computer science from AMBI-Exin, a postgraduate IT education institute.
CTO Update: Cybersecurity – Threats & Trends
WW SVP, Sales Engineering & Consultant, McAfee
Michael Fey is World Wide Senior Vice President of Technical Operations for McAfee, Inc. Michael and his team are responsible for working with customers and prospects to define, design and implement strategic security solutions across the Globe. In this capacity, he is responsible for both the Presales Engineers and Solution Architects at McAfee. While in this role, Michael led the team that developed the patent pending Security Optimization Model that is now the corner stone for how McAfee engages with its strategic customers to provide an 18 month strategic road map.
Prior to McAfee in 2007. Michael ran technical sales for Opsware, a leader in Data Center Automation. Prior to joining Opsware, he held multiple management positions at Mercury Interactive overseeing the technical sales of Application Management, Development and Governance.
Michael graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with a degree in Engineering Physics and a minor in Mathematics.
A Secure Bridge to the Cloud
WW SVP & GM, Content & Cloud Security, McAfee
Marc Olesen is responsible for defining and executing the strategic direction for McAfee’s Content and Cloud Security business. Olesen leads the engineering, marketing, and sales functions that drive worldwide growth for this area of the business, including McAfee’s email and web security and data loss prevention products. The content security solutions span on-premise software, gateway appliances, and cloud-based Security-as-a-Service offerings.
Olesen’s extensive experience spans more than 20 years in software and services, including organizational leadership, profit and loss accountability, and solution management. Before joining McAfee in 2009, Olesen was the vice president of software-as-a-service at Hewlett-Packard (HP), where he led the SaaS for IT management business, including all solution development, go-to-market, and delivery functions.
Prior to joining HP, Olesen was the senior director of customer service for Qwest CyberSolutions (QCS), where he was responsible for global application management services. Before QCS, he was a technology consulting practice manager with BearingPoint. Olesen also held positions at Remedy and Oracle.
Olesen is a member of Cloud Connect Advisory Board and has given keynote presentations at Computerworld’s SaaScon, SIIA’s All About the Cloud conference, the China Cloud Computing Congress, and the Federation of Security Professionals.
Olesen has a master’s degree in industrial engineering and a bachelor’s degree in economics, both from Stanford University.
Olesen grew up in Canada and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and four daughters. He enjoys skiing, hockey, and running.
Consumerization of IT
WW SVP, Enterprise & Mobile, McAfee
Chris Kenworthy, McAfee Inc., Senior Vice President, Worldwide Enterprise Business. Chris was the executive vice president of Foundstone when it was acquired by McAfee Inc. in 2004. He led McAfee’s emerging Security Risk Management strategy during the past several years, aimed at real cost-savings through operational integration. In his current role, Kenworthy guides the cross-product security integration strategy within McAfee’s global enterprise business segment.
Kenworthy gained more than 17 of his 25+ years of technology experience in the information security industry, where he has led both domestic and international sales and marketing teams at related security products and services companies, including McAfee, Foundstone, RSA, and Aventail. Under his direction, the companies grew strategic global businesses and relations with enterprise clients, channels, strategic partners, OEMs, and international partners.
Kenworthy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Washington in Seattle.
How to manage and reduce Risk
Senior Director of Product Management of the Risk & Compliance business unit, McAfee
Rishi Bhargava is Senior Director of Product Management of the Risk & Compliance business unit at McAfee, Inc.
A visionary and technology enthusiast, he is also driving all Embedded Security Products Initiatives at McAfee. Rishi, with over 12 years of diverse experience in product development and product management, has a reputation of turning small ideas into successful market leading products.
Prior to McAfee, he was responsible for Product Management and Strategy at Solidcore Systems (Enterprise Security Startup). Rishi joined Solidcore at a very early stage. As member of the core leadership team, he was instrumental in defining the company’s product strategy and growing the business. Solidcore Systems was later acquired by McAfee and its technology is now the leading Application Whitelisting product in the Industry. Before moving to security industry, Rishi was involved in design and development of Optical Network Switches at Ciena Inc.
Rishi holds a B. S. in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi and a Masters from University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Rishi’s interests revolve around exploring new technologies and industry trends.
Are enterprise databases secure?
Vice President of Database Security Products, McAfee
Dan Sarel, Vice President of Database Security Products, and formally Sentrigo’s VP Products is responsible for the database security product definition. An authority on security for 2 decades, he has worked with several leading security vendors in the network security and application security domains. Prior to joining Sentrigo, Dan was Check Point Software’s Director of Product Management where he was responsible for all enterprise products. His areas of specialty include VPNs, firewalls, security management and database security.
Senior Vice President & General Manager, Endpoint Security, McAfee
Candace Worley is responsible for defining and executing the strategic direction for the McAfee endpoint security business. Worley leads the engineering, marketing, and sales functions that drive worldwide growth for this area of the business, including McAfee’s anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-spam, web security, desktop firewall, intrusion prevention, network access control, application control, and encryption products.
Worley has been with McAfee since 2000 and has 17 years of cumulative enterprise product management technology experience. Before joining McAfee, she spent seven years with Mentor Graphics where she led a team of product managers responsible for electronic design automation and electronic component software.
Worley has a bachelor’s degree in management from Oregon State University and a master’s degree in business administration from Marylhurst College (now Marylhurst University).
Worley currently resides in Beaverton, Oregon. She enjoys hiking and gardening in her free time.
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