Frank Artes, Deluxe Entertainment Services Group

December 8, 2010 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comment 

Frank Artes
Vice President Security Worldwide
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group

Frank Artes is Vice President Security Worldwide for Deluxe Entertainment Services Group.  He is a leading national security expert and has a distinguished 15-year background implementing and securing some of the largest and most widely known networks in the world.  He is an expert on penetration testing, incident response, computer forensics, security architecture and design and encryption.

Frank has been an instructor on hacking and forensic security reviews for the FBI at its training facilities in Quantico, VA.  Previously, as Information Security Manager for Electronic Arts, Frank was responsible for all information security solutions and policies to protect the intellectual property, e-commerce and on-line gaming networks of the Fortune 100 organization.

At Deluxe, Frank is responsible for implementing anti-piracy policy and security measures to protect clients’ pre-release content at Deluxe’s post production and distribution facilities around the world.

Tom Moran, Savvis

December 2, 2010 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comment 

Tom Moran
Senior Director, Media and Entertainment
Savvis

Tom Moran joined Savvis Communications Inc. when they acquired the commercial business of Eagan, MN based WAM!NET Inc. in 2003. Having served as Director of the Media and Entertainment division of WAM!NET from 2001 through 2004, Moran was promoted to Senior Director of the Media Services division of Savvis in January 2005. He is responsible for corporate strategy, business development, as well as sales and market development for the WAM!NET Service Portfolio at Savvis (SVVS).

Moran helped lead the successful restructuring of Cybernet Systems Inc. of Minneapolis, MN from hardware sales into professional services and training for its media industry customers, ultimately leading to the acquisition of Cybernet by WAM!NET in 2001. While leading the Media and Entertainment business unit at WAM!NET Moran was responsible for establishing a unique domain expertise that led to the implementation of a number of ground-breaking content management and distribution projects, serving customers such as Universal Music Group, Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers, EMI and Technicolor, and many other marquee names in the Media Industry.

Moran is the primary architect of business-to-business systems that are now the industry standard practice for production and distribution of media content electronically as opposed to the more costly, risky and time-consuming processes associated with handling physical media. This success led to his appointment to the Executive Governing Board of Directors for the Global Society for Asset Management in 2003 as well as a number of other industry accolades. Tom serves on the Board of Directors for the Content Delivery and Storage Association (CDSA) and the Media and Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) as well as being the chairman of the Digital Supply Chain Committee of MESA.

WAM!NET’s Media and Entertainment business unit was the fastest growing and most profitable division of the Company under Moran’s management. By providing leadership for an industry-wide transformation of the way both packaged goods and on-line media products are produced and distributed, WAM!NET offers solutions that enable media companies to shave weeks off production schedules, get products to market faster and reduce the impact of content piracy.

Prior to entering the technology business, Moran was a successful artist, freelance photographer and media producer. He worked in Minneapolis, New York and London for major magazines, newspapers, film, and music production companies during his seven years as a freelancer. Moran studied Journalism and Fine Arts at the University of Minnesota from 1988 to 1992. He founded the highly regarded international artists collective “Otaku” in London in 1992.

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