Preventing data loss with informed IT asset disposition planning
Firms invest heavily in solutions to secure their IT infrastructure when it is in use. But what about all those devices with intact data that leave the institution every day as a part of warranty returns, service requests, and asset disposition? How are they protected from theft, improper disposal and just plain carelessness? Hear from executives at Lake City Bank, OurHealth, and Compliance Standards about the programs they put in place to mitigate this risk and ensure they have a robust ITAD system that treats their surplus IT equipment as assets and not liabilities.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Listen to the Webinar recording on the IAITAM website
2:00 p.m. ET / 1:00 CT / 11:00 a.m. PT
Vice President - Research & Consulting
Compliance Standards, LLC
Barbara Scott is Vice President of Research and Consulting at Compliance Standards, LLC. She has more than two decades of experience building multi-stakeholder consultative relationships and managing full lifecycle projects. Barbara is a deep sustainability and corporate social responsibility advocate, with a pronounced commitment to transformative change in these times of environmental and social crises. Barbara is respected for a wide range of industry knowledge, solid sense of integrity and a demonstrated passion for the technology industry as a whole. Her coverage spans the breadth of IT Management areas including all aspects of IT Service & Operations with expertise in Logistics Management, Service Level Management, Organizational Change Management, IT Asset Management and IT Asset Disposition. Previously, she was Global IT Asset Manager for Capital One.
Vice President - Information Security Officer
Lake City Bank
George Goodlink has worked at Lake City Bank for 6 years as the Vice President, Information Security Officer. Lake City Bank was founded in 1872, includes 49 offices, and manages total assets of $4.3 billion. George is responsible for all information security management, cybersecurity, incident response, and disaster recovery efforts for Lake City Bank. Before joining the banking sector, George was an infrastructure manager and a system engineer for a large medical device manufacturer. Prior to that, George spent 10 years working in technology and military intelligence for the United Sates Air Force and the Department of Defense. George graduated in 2001 with a BS in Computer Science from McKendree University, and graduated from Capella University in 2016 with a MS in Information Technology and Systems Management. He currently holds the CISSP certification and is pursuing the CISM certification.
Director of Information Technology Operations
Justin Kittle is the Director of IT Operations at OurHealth, an Indianapolis-based healthcare company, that specializes in on-site and near-site clinics for employees. At OurHealth, Justin manages the IT Infrastructure and IT Support teams. He currently holds certifications as an AWS Solutions Architect:Associate and MSCE:Private Cloud. Prior to OurHealth, Justin has spent the majority of his career in Healthcare, both consulting and working in the private sector. Justin graduated from Vincennes University with a degree in Biomedical Electronics and is currently pursuing his M.S. in IT Security.
Presented by: Cascade Asset Management, IAITAM (International Association of IT Asset Managers) and Retire-IT