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AEA Webinar with Neil Rerup | Practical Discussion on Developing an Enterprise Architecture Practice
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This conversation is about the practical aspects of starting, growing, and maturing an Enterprise Architecture Practice. A Reference Enterprise Architecture Practice Model will be used to guide discussion and provide structure to the session. Participants are encouraged to provide their own experiences so that others can learn what has worked and what hasn’t worked.

5/15/2019
When: Wednesday, May 15th 2019
from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: LIVE! AEA Webinar
Presenter: Neil Rerup, President, Chief Security Architect of Enterprise Cyber Security Architect (ECSA)
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A Practical Discussion on
Developing an Enterprise Architecture Practice with Neil Rerup



Date:      Wednesday, May 15th 2019
Time:      11:00 am EDT/ 8:00 am PDT/ 16:00 BST/ 20:30 IST

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This conversation is about the practical aspects of starting, growing, and maturing an Enterprise Architecture Practice. The discussion breaks an Enterprise Architecture practice down into the same 4 components that all solutions have; People, Process, Technology, and Governance. A Reference Enterprise Architecture Practice Model will be used to guide discussion and provide structure to the session. Participants are encouraged to provide their own experiences so that others can learn what has worked and what hasn’t worked.

 

Neil Rerup Bio:

 

Neil is Enterprise Cyber Security Architect’s President, Chief Security Architect, and author of the best-selling “Hands On CyberSecurity for Architects” as found on Amazon.com. ECSA is a company that provides Security Architecture services for Enterprises and large organizations around the world. Neil is responsible for putting forward the Strategic Plans and Security Architecture, both Enterprise and Project, for ECSA Clients.

During his career, Neil has been involved with numerous clients across Canada and around the world. He was the Security Architect for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games and BC Hydro’s Enterprise Security Architect, which included being responsible for the Smart Meter Program’s security architecture. He also developed EDS’ Application SDLC and was the Security Architect for the creation of EDS Advanced Solutions.

Some of the projects Neil has been involved in are the development of the Security Architecture for GM Defense and the Bank of Canada, development of Security (both Policy and Technological levels) for the City of Calgary, as well as handled the Outsourced project security for such clients as Scotiabank, TD Bank, and the BC Ministry of Provincial Revenue and BC Pensions.

An avid sports coach, Neil has over 73 seasons of coaching experience teach youth the sports of Basketball, Soccer, and Football. He is a Certified University-level Football coach and has won numerous Provincial championships in all sports that he has coached.

Neil is married, has 2 sons, and lives in Delta, BC.

 

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