Ingo Arnold is Lead Enterprise Architect at Novartis – Global Infrastructure Services. Within this context Ingo plans and conceptually shapes system- as well as platform-architectures in a broad variety of different domains, one of which is Security/IAM. Beyond his platform-level mandate, Ingo is also engaged with the design and implementation of architecture-management and -governance processes as well as with connecting these to the overarching governance frameworks that exist at Novartis.
Besides his role at Novartis, Ingo co-authored books about Software-Architecture and gives lectures in Software Life-Cycle Management, Software Design Patterns, and Software Architecture at the University of Basel, Switzerland, as well as at the University of Cooperative Education in Lörrach, Germany.
European Identity Conference 2011
May 11, 2011
Business Case Study
Security and IAM from an Enterprise Architecture Perspective