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A Team of Experienced Professionals PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 09 April 2009 01:00

IGTN Switzerland is a team of experienced Governance and GRC Experts. The founder of The Swiss ITGN is Bruno Wildhaber Dr. jur., CISA, CISM, CGEIT (Certified in the Governance of enterprise IT), Owner of Wildhaber Consulting.

 

Bruno started his career in industrial electronics over twenty years ago and became a shareholder and manager in one of the first IT security enterprises in Switzerland.  Since the successful sale of this business to Entrust he has participated as an expert in the establishment of the German Signature Law, and is a member of the expert group for "IT and the Law" of SWICO (the Association of the Swiss IT Industry). He is a member of the Advisory Board of the IT Governance Association, and from 1995-1999 he was President of the Swiss Chapter of the Information and Audit Control Association (ISACA). He is a founder of the Competence Centre for Records Management (www.aufbewahrung.ch), a member of the Swiss expert group who edited the Swiss retention rules. He provides independent advice to users and providers on the subject of management and maintenance of electronic records. More recently he was a founding member of the IT Governance Network and is responsible for business development across Europe.

He has published many printed articles (not blogs...)  about these topics. In addition, he is the author or co-author of several books on information security, records management and IT-Governance, the most recent:
  • IT–Governance; IT-Governance Strategische Führung und Kontrolle von Informationssystemen als Teil der New Corporate Governance, ISBN 978-3-033-01059-8; Zürich 2007
  • Beglinger/Neuenschwander/Lehmann/Wildhaber: Praxisleitfaden Records Management, 2.A., Zürich 2008, ISBN 978-3-033-01801-3

 

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