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KEEPING COMPANIES A STEP AHEAD Gary Eppinger, CISA, MBB/QL ...THROUGH TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP • Chaska MN 55318 • 952 232-8064 • email@example.com Top industry ranked global IT/security/risk management executive who conceives, implements and leads technology solutions that protect corporate assets, increase organizational capability, and advance productivity of Fortune 100 companies. Deep understanding of business goals and drivers, and how to apply technology to achieve and support them. Exceptional communication, interpersonal and technical skills; Ranked 24th in ExecRank’s “Top Security Executive Rankings” http://execrank.com/2012/08/chief-security-officers/. Recognized internally as highly valued resource with exceptional ability to build and develop IT teams that deliver critical business objectives in retail companies. Organizational Effectiveness – Redesigned Identity Management (iDm) program for 190,000 users, and improved customer access across five platforms and 75 applications. Cost Reduction and Company Transformation – Delivered multimillion-dollar savings through a nationally awarded program enabling virtual work force. Compliance Leadership – Eliminated an IT-significant deficiency for SOX that covered provisioning, application security, and privilege accounts. Corporate Growth – Integrated dozens of acquisitions. Expertise for Driving Performance across the Business IT Strategy Acquisition and Integration Business Alignment Executive Leadership IT Governance Cyber Security Organizational Leadership Process Improvement Application Development and Support Customer Focus Cloud Security IT Compliance (SOX, HIPAA, PCI) Project Management Complex Infrastructure Cyber Security Mapping the Safest Route to Organizational and Corporate Success SUPERVALU, Eden Prairie, MN 2008 – Present $37B national grocery retail and supply chain leader. CHIEF INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER VICE PRESIDENT OF IT FOR REAL ESTATE, LEGAL, AND PHARMACY SYSTEMS Oversee all global security IT functions for entire enterprise. Lead team of 80 that develop, implement and support solutions for application security, policy development and enforcement, security operations, business continuity, identity management, security engineering and risk. Identify and implement critical compliance requirements for POS security. Proactively identify exposure in process, data, tools or technology and develop solutions to mitigate risk. Also lead 85-person team in embedding and leveraging IT to support business requirements across three distinct organizations. Report to the CIO/EVP. Redesigned and deployed Identity Management (iDm) program to over 190,000 users, allowing customers to better manage passwords and gain access across five platforms and more than 75 applications. Lowered password management cost by 60% while driving business productivity and reducing complexity. Delivered $4M in annual savings through Workplace Empowerment initiative, a nationally awarded program enables and empowers workers to work from anywhere. Conceived, designed and rolled out to 800 stores a pharmacy Advanced Inventory Project that improved distribution, inventory management and sale of product, ultimately improving customer service and responsiveness. Reduced inventory by $20M, with about $1M coming from the top 10 stores. Implemented a program to eliminate a IT significant deficiency for SOX that covered provisioning, application security, and privilege accounts. Gary Eppinger, CISA, MBB/QL Page 2 DELPHI CORPORATION, Troy, MI 2007 – 2008 $27B global auto supply manufacture and technology leader. DIRECTOR OF GLOBAL PROCESS COMPLIANCE AND SECURITY Led team of 50 in delivering IT security solutions for a highly complex outsourcing environment comprised of five distinct vendors around the globe, responsible for $200M IT budget. Directed integration of the Global Information Security Policy. Implemented enterprise IT systems and business operations. Oversaw compliance for Global ITIL processes, service delivery reporting and global disaster recovery for enterprise-wide infrastructure systems and applications. Reported to VP of Infrastructure. Developed and implemented a corporate-wide IT security strategy including data center, network, server hosting and service desk functions. Reduced data center and network costs by approximately 12%, and significantly improved service delivery for server hosting and service desk. Drove measurable business improvements while reducing cost more than $40M/20%. Implemented a global program to reduce IT Security problems while eliminating a SOX-signifying deficiency. BANTA CORPORATION, Menasha, WI (acquired by RR Donnelly in 2007) 2006 – 2007 $1.5B global technology and market leader in printing and supply chain management. VICE PRESIDENT OF GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES Managed enterprise-wide corporate infrastructure systems and applications. Defined IT infrastructure strategy, identified and implemented improvements, cost reductions and infrastructure solutions globally. Led team of 75 delivering operational infrastructure support, implementation of customer facing applications, data center consolidation, disaster recovery and customer’s data security strategy. Report to the CIO. Broke down IT silos in creating a shared services IT organization (LEAN–IT) of more than 350 employees from seven decentralized IT departments. Achieved first year savings of more than 10%. Outsourced data center and infrastructure for customer-facing systems, including vendor selection, site establishment, infrastructure design, server/SAN migration and application retirement. Improved uptime 20% while reducing year-one total cost of ownership by 15%. ROCKWELL AUTOMATION, Milwaukee, WI 2004 – 2006 $5B global provider of industrial automation power, control and information solutions. DIRECTOR OF IT SECURITY, CONTROLS AND QUALITY Oversaw and supported security systems for internet, intranet, email, servers and desktop environments. Led and implemented enterprise information security program including high-level strategies, policies, standards and procedures. Drove improvements in infrastructure, operational excellence and program execution. Reported to VP/CIO. Developed and implemented Six Sigma for IT to drive more than $10M in savings on a $100M budget. Certified 45 Black and Green Belts from an IT organization of 700. Lowered IT costs by $6.4M. GE HEALTHCARE, Waukesha, WI 1997 – 2004 $14B company focused on medical imaging, services and pharmaceutical. EBUSINESS GLOBAL ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER, 2002 – 2004 Oversaw the migration of IT infrastructure and support from product engineering, a $200M, 8,000-engineer environment of applications, tools, servers, networks, workstations and help desks, to corporate oversight. Reported to VP of IT Engineering. Drove a Two Sigma application uptime improvement for the engineering PDM application over two years. Moved more than 50 systems, applications and data centers in six months. Delivered $600K in savings. Gary Eppinger, CISA, MBB/QL Page 3 GLOBAL SIX SIGMA QUALITY LEADER / GPMO MANAGER / ISO / FDA IT MANAGER, 2000 – 2002 Collaborated with IT teams to execute Six Sigma projects across IT organization to enhance the internal and external customer experience. Drove Six Sigma vitality (efficiency and effectiveness) within each department to ensure improvements were achieved relative to program execution, infrastructure improvement, help desk metrics and digitalization improvements. Reported to CIO/SVP. Delivered $40M in savings in two years. Led to completion the annual ISO audits across all IT manufacturing systems with no significant findings. Led 30 Six Sigma professionals across the IT organization. Certified 27 Master Black Belts and more than 1,300 Green Belts in two years. GLOBAL SECURITY OFFICER / MANAGER OF NEW TECHNOLOGY, 1997 – 2000 Led global security engineers and protected $8B in intellectual property, with a global security budget of $4.5M annually that included implementation of new information security programs and support of legacy security systems. Reported to CTO. Improved internet, intranet and email performance. Reduced application performance variation and improved the proactive support for the infrastructure. Achieved sub four-second internet and intranet response times globally for key applications/systems. Integrated more than 50 acquisitions over three years. Prior Experience Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Ohio – SENIOR SECURITY ANALYST LTV Steel – SENIOR SECURITY AUDITOR KeyBank – SYSTEMS ANALYST Education / Board and Industry Positions BA - Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC General Electric Company, Executive IT Management Program, 2004 Cornell University, Executive Food Industry Management, 2009 Supervalu / General Electric Company – Corporate Diversity Council Crimson and Cream Foundation, Director, 2010 – Present CA Technology – Member, Customer Advocacy Board, 2010 – Present MN CISO Association – Director, 2010 – Present Brinqa Corporation – Member, Advisory Board, 2010 – Present Oracle/Sun Corporation – Member, Customer Advocacy Board, 2010 – 2011 RAMP Association (Retail) – Member, Board of Advisors, 2012 – Present
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