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About Contributor - Talvis Love
Talvis Love, eCommerce, Enterprise Architecture & Chief Information Security Officer, Cardinal Health, Inc.
Talvis Love is Senior Vice President, eCommerce, Enterprise Architecture & Chief Information Security Officer of Cardinal Health, a Fortune 19 health care products and services company dedicated to improving the cost-effectiveness of health care. In this role, Love is responsible for delivering eCommerce, B2B and digital marketing IT services across all of Cardinal Health’s business segments. These services help drive effective partnerships with Cardinal Health’s suppliers and are essential to driving customer intimacy. He is also responsible for developing the overall IT strategy and defining the architectural models, governance, and transition initiatives needed to effectively coordinate stakeholders toward a common goal. Enterprise Architecture has responsibility for all of the architecture domains including business, application, information, technology, and security architecture. Additionally, Love is responsible for developing and supporting security initiatives, security assessment and oversight of all security processes. Love directs the planning and implementation of enterprise IT system security, security assessment and threat, risk and vulnerability management. Love’s career has included several executive and management positions within TD Bank Group, Ford Motor Company, Oracle Corporation and Quaker Oats Company now a division of PepsiCo. Love earned degrees in Technology Management (Associate of Science) and Information Systems Management (Bachelor of Science) from the University of Maryland. He earned his master’s in business administration from Michigan State University. Love also completed graduate studies at the University of Chicago.