When it comes to GRC programs for IT and the enterprise, Alex Bender has interacted with leading global organizations and their implementation best practices for over 7 years. As Director of GRC Programs at RSA, The Security Division of EMC, he’s helped lead the strategy on why the growing complexity of risk and compliance in today’s increasingly distributed business environment has profound implications for maintaining business growth, performance, and the need for a strategic approach to GRC. Alex also focuses on the Security Analytics market leading corporate marketing efforts for the RSA Security Analytics platform.

From managing hundreds, or even thousands, of relationships around the globe, to navigating risk across the extended enterprise, Alex’s insights on the importance of breaking down organizational silos to achieve cohesive information sharing, consistency and transparency is helping to shape the theory and practice of eGRC. He was pivotal in creating one of the largest GRC Communities in the market today with over 10,000 active users.

Leveraging his 18 years experience in enterprise software – he’s held key positions at Archer Technologies where he became an Archer Certified Consultant, McAfee and Tripwire among other early stage startups.

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/alexbender0031/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlexeBender

The opinions expressed here are my personal opinions. Content published here is not read or approved in advance by EMC and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of EMC.


4 thoughts on “About Alex Bender

  1. Hi Alex, Robin here. I”d like to hi-light your EMC blog from my website. As an Archer Certified Consultant and now first SV area to offer the EMC support Virtualization and Cloud Essentials Certifications through CompTIA, I couldn’t be more committed or support to EMC products and service. My stuff goes way back, to a time before EMC heard of Brabeon or Archer, and you’ll see that I care about EMC reputation. In fact, I was an EMC partner as Phoenix Business and Systems Process, as far back 2001.
    Let me know if I can RSS and speak about your posts. Would be a great pleasure to catch up early in the new year.
    Kind Regards,

    1. Robin,

      Great to hear from you. Absolutely as I think collaboration and visibility accross the market is essential to building out best in class GRC programs.

      Best regards, Alex

  2. Hi Alex,

    I found your blog by accident and found it very helpful, is it possible to ping you an email offline as I would like your advice on a tool for language compliance thanks John

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