Tom Scholtz is a Research Vice President and Gartner Fellow Emeritus. Mr. Scholtz also completed a term as the Chief of Research for Security and Risk Management. He advises clients on security management strategies and trends, and is an acknowledged authority on information security governance, security strategy, security organizational dynamics, and security management processes. Based in the U.K., he is a regular presenter at European industry events.
Mr. Scholtz has more than 30 years of experience in information security and system management. His background includes extensive technology experience in the utility and banking industries. He joined Gartner in April 2005 with the acquisition of Meta Group, where he was an analyst for eight years. Before Meta Group, he served in various IT architecture and operations roles for a number of South African companies.
Bachelor of Commerce, Economics, University of South Africa
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
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2What are the characteristics of effective security strategy planning?
3What are the characteristics of effective security governance?
4What is the best organization structure for security?
5How can I effectively communicate the value of our security program?