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By Siddharth Gandhi

Keeping Your Cybersecurity Hygiene Intact, in the Wake of Coronavirus

The coronavirus is having a major global impact, infecting tens of thousands, with increasing fatalities. We can debate whether or not the media and politicians are over-playing it. But the fact is, it should have us all concerned, prepared, and taking appropriate action to protect our businesses. More companies are choosing to not attend in-person […]

By Gaurav Ranjit

Improving Workforce Engagement in a Post M&A Environment

In the last decade, there has been an uptick in the volume of global Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) and some of the factors attributed to this rise are as follows: the increasing value of the dollar improving economies of scale rapidly changing industries and digitalization need for expansion and diversification of the business portfolio complement […]

By Balraj Dhillon

Building a digital health framework that focuses on trust.

Healthcare organizations across North America are in the midst of a digital shift that is set to change the way care is provided. This shift will empower patients with more digital health tools and improve patient outcomes. We’re seeing an increasing number of healthcare providers move towards patient-focused applications (e.g. Natural Language Understanding (NLU) Chatbots) […]

By Tim Jester

Hum@n Leader: Investors Bank – Richard Iandoli

Welcome to our new series,  “Hum@n Leader”, where we introduce you to some of the most outstanding thought leaders in the IAM field. Today we’re highlighting: Richard Iandoli – VP , Head of Identity Management & Data Classification, Information Security / Risk Management at Investors Bank Career spanning over 25 years as technology manager across […]

By Christina Czeschik

IAM 911: How Strong Healthcare IAM Can Save Lives

Badly implemented IAM can kill you. Literally. The above statement is not just a scare tactic – it is a fact that has been proven in healthcare, sadly, many times over. The central function of IAM is to grant reliable access – for example to patient data – to those who are authorized, and to […]

By Christina Czeschik

Should we blockchain IAM?

From Buddhism to timeshares, from drones to cannabis farming: Blockchain is disrupting everything these days.  It seems…almost excessive? But IAM is different. Here, it makes perfect sense to employ a blockchain. How? Let’s take a look. Keeping users honest The central promise of the blockchain is simple. Within a community of people who don’t necessarily trust each […]

By Christina Czeschik

Hum@n Leader: QVC’s Angie Giardina

Welcome to our new series,  “Hum@n Leader”, where we introduce you to some of the most outstanding thought leaders in the IAM field. Our first profile is QVC’s IT Manager– Identity and Access Management, Angie Giardina. Angie’s gathered a very diverse range of experiences across many technologies, roles and industries. And yet despite of this wide range […]

By Jayne Hallock

A Very Sharey 2017: Editor’s Picks

As the Editor of Hum@n, I am constantly ‘taking the temperature’ of our readership. It’s important to me that we publish only compelling, interesting and ultimately useful content for you all. And there’s only one real way to measure what readers actually enjoy.  Counting “likes” can be an indicator but likes are easy and half the time – […]

By Jayne Hallock

Great Gartner! A Whirlwind WrapUp

Last week, The Simeio Crew descended on the 2017 Gartner IAM event, full of anticipation and excitement (and a lot of caffeine.)  Many of us attended  –  from the CEO and other executive leadership, to our industrious delivery team to our killer sales team. Even our content and social folks tagged along. And this event? Did not […]

By Jayne Hallock

The Breach Report: Whole Foods, Accenture & More

Extra, extra!  It’s a new edition of The Breach Report. As major breaches happen, we’ll skim for the most important data points from the most trusted resources and publish them here.  Here’s what’s happening in November… Whole Foods Breach Update: What’s Happened: You gotta watch those bells and whistles. The compromise didn’t happen in the […]

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