The Identity Blog

Questions are Free: Identity Compromised

On this episode of Mistaken Identity, Mike Kiser is joined by Katherine Teitler, VP of Research and Advisory at TAG Cyber. Her recent research illustrates the shifting role of identity—from an IT process to a foundational approach for security. While that’s the starting point, the conversation roams into disinformation, “sources of […]

Identity Security: Three Big Opportunities for Utility Providers

Authored by: Casey Herman, PwC Partner, ESG Leader; Brad Bauch, PwC Principal, Advisory; and David Manks, SailPoint Technology Alliances & Partner Marketing If there was any doubt about the importance of cybersecurity in the utility industry, one needs simply to look at the recent news. Already this year, there have […]

Friday Quick-Take: Get the Scoop on SailPoint’s Leadership in the Latest Industry Analyst Report on Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)

It’s undeniable, the world has seen some major changes over the past year. Many of these changes have directly affected enterprises’ security needs. As the world evolves, SailPoint continues to display a strong understanding of existing and emerging challenges across the security landscape solidifying its position as the overall market leader in KuppingerCole’s 2021 Leadership Compass on IGA report.  KuppingerCole’s Leadership Compass on IGA provides […]

Women in Identity: Mariah Finleon, Inside Sales Director

Outside of our comfort zone is a place that most of us don’t like to be. That isn’t the case for SailPoint’s Mariah Finleon, Director of Inside Sales. In this Women in Identity blog, we sit down with Mariah and learn about her journey to identity security and who helped her get here.  Tell us a little about yourself and […]

Navigate 2021: Confidence Redefined — A Roadmap to Identity Security

We’ve all heard the phrase, “fake it till you make it,” and likely have used this mindset a time or two to land a job interview, to overcome fears ahead of a presentation, or even when putting together a strategy at work. Over the last two years, many of us […]

An Interview With Roy Sookhoo, CIO at University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

As technology professionals, it’s all too easy to become too tightly focused on the technology at the expense of the bigger picture — technology is simply a means to an end. That end for Roy Sookhoo, CIO at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, is to improve people’s lives in some way and make the organization more resilient, agile, and efficient.  […]

Six Stories

Many people assume that there is some magic formula for success in identity. Is it having the right degree? Is it knowing the right people? Is it having a ”Particular set of skills?” Today on Mistaken Identity, Mike Kiser interviews three sets of people who are eminently unqualified at first […]

Providing Quality Care Starts with Identity Security at LifeBridge Health

Tressa Springmann, SVP & CIO and Rick Miller, CISO at LifeBridge Health made a commitment to their physicians to provide them with the tools and resources they need to deliver quality care. The challenge was balancing this while securing the organization against threats that continue to get more sophisticated. To […]

Women in Identity: Kaylee Reardon, Inside Account Executive

If you’ve ever used a swiss army knife, you know it has many different functions. That’s like SailPoint’s Kaylee Reardon, inside account executive, strategic enterprise, she can do it all. With a background in non-profit and software industries, she honed her skills in sales, fundraising, recruiting, hiring, training, client relations, […]

Three Ways to Improve Healthcare Compliance and Innovation with Identity Security

Authored by: Matthew Radcliffe Did you know there were more than 29 million healthcare records breached in 2020, and the second-leading cause of those breaches was unauthorized access?[1] If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that life can be unpredictable and sometimes we are forced to change — rapidly. […]