Gordan Greenlee is a certified IT Architect with IBM and the Open Group. He has over 25 years of experience with IBM working in various areas of the business on a wide variety of technologies. In the past 10 years, he has focused on information security and directory services technology. He works in IBM Global Business Service with the IBM CIO security team on directory related infrastructure strategies. Gordan has been involved with IBM directories and Tivoli Access Manager security solutions since their initial internal implementations and is a co-inventor for a number of patented system methods related to IBM directory solutions. Over the past 7 years, Gordan has consulted with numerous IBM mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and outsourcing engagements and has designed processes and solutions to cut transitional cost while increasing the IBM security posture. He was a key architect in the design of the IBM offboarding solution.
Calvin Powers is a technology project manager reporting to the IBM CTO for Security. His current work responsibilities include the development of the IBM Security Blueprint and the development of industry perspectives on cyber security. He is a member of the IBM risk management community and has a special interest in risk management methods applied to IT environments.
Thanks to the following people for their contributions to this project:
Wade Wallace ITSO, Austin Center
Michel Bobillier, Peter Brittenham, Allen Dreibelbis, Terry Escamilla, Tim Hahn, David Hemsath, Laura Knapp, Koos Lodewijkx, Emily Ratliff, Lee Terrell, Michael Waidner, Jim Whitmore, Corey Williams IBM