Inside Analysis

Is That Really You? Identity Resolution Matters

Broadcast Date: Monday, Nov. 16 @ 3ET

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Host:

Eric Kavanagh
CEO at The Bloor Group

Eric has nearly 30 years of experience as a career journalist with a keen focus on enterprise technologies. He designs and moderates a variety of New Media programs, including The Briefing Room, DM Radio and Espresso Series, as well as GARP’s Leadership and Research Webcasts. His mission is to help people leverage the power of software, methodologies and politics in order to get things done.

Guest:

Matthew Gibson
President & CEO, Co-Founder at Syngrafii

Matthew is the President & CEO as well as a Co-Founder of Syngrafii Inc.. He has been with the Company since its incorporation in 2004. Initially an Idea Management Consultant, he is currently responsible for managing the forward momentum of the firm and its products, encompassing intellectual property development, strategic partner negotiations, IP licensing, and overall corporate mandate adherence. Matthew is an inventor of record on 9 granted and 27 pending patents.

Gorka Sadowski
Chief Strategy Officer at Exabeam

Gorka is Chief Strategy Officer at Exabeam. In his role, he assists the executive team and functional leaders across the company with developing, communicating, executing and sustaining corporate strategic initiatives. Gorka has spent the last 30 years in security with experience spanning leadership roles across product management, sales, marketing and operations. Most recently, Gorka was senior director and security and risk management analyst at Gartner driving coverage for SIEM, SOC, and managed detection and response (MDR), while also leading research for IT leaders on emerging topics. Prior to Gartner, Gorka led business development at Splunk where he established and built the Splunk security ecosystem.

One Response to "Is That Really You? Identity Resolution Matters"

  • Gannon (J) Dick
    October 29, 2020 - 3:51 pm Reply

    Scientific expertise is individually achieved. Assignment of identity to “things” becomes distinctly creepy when discussed in clinical terms, although that is not at all the intention. See Dr. Antony Fauci’s recent comments about “humility”: Conversations on COVID: The Global View

    It is important that executives not prejudice the Identity Resolution of stakeholders systemically. At the CDC this takes the form of A-Z Topic Lists with nicknames when the dictionary of “Best Practice” names has been around for years (PubMed). There is some “new” technology involved … if you are observant you notice that the HTTP(S) 404 Page Not Found error page on the CDC web servers has been replaced by a “default” A-Z List (more nicknames) and an invitation to search … with the implication the great unwashed are incapable of grasping all the funny little quirks of academics.

    I refuse to die of a nickname, maybe it’s just me … but I don’t think so.

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