Market Views

The Changing Landscape of Supply Chain Management in the Wake of COVID-19

The impacts of COVID-19 on business operations and the economy is complex and continuing to evolve. To better understand what we are facing today, we will first look at a few principles and trends from the 1950s and how they are forcing organizations to rethink their operations. We will dive […]

The Step-by-Step Guide to CCPA Compliance

California is just one in a string of many states to enact legislation that puts the responsibility of privacy in the hands of businesses. The CCPA, in particular, impacts for-profit businesses with consumers in California that meet one of three requirements: they must have more than $25 million in annual […]

Three Questions with Sandy Dunn, CISO at a Large Health Insurance Provider in Idaho

Picture this: it’s 4:30 a.m. on a cold winter day in Wyoming. Instead of sleeping in and staying cozy, you wake up to start your paper delivery route. Seven days a week. On a bike. Facing strong winds head-on. That’s Sandy Dunn’s experience at her first job when she was […]

Building Remote Cultures Before, During and After Zoom Pandas

Janel Ryan, SailPoint and Jordan Shapiro, Cato Networks Following a Zoom call where our CRO showed up dressed as a panda, it got me thinking about how remote cultures can work really well. That one seemingly silly act spawned a much larger conversation with a former co-worker where we were […]

Digital Workers Are Identities Too!

With the need to continually innovate, evolve and improve processes, enterprises need to consistently be more efficient, secure and compliant.  This is true now more than ever! Enterprises are having to evaluate processes and automate as much as possible to ensure the safety of their employees. This means enabling the […]

In Favor of the Shift

A spring without baseball allows time for reflection about the big issues in life—about what really matters. As a result of this past empty April, I’ve come to a realization: the defensive shift is good for baseball. The defensive shift occurs when the defense plays out of its typical alignment. […]

Is excessive data making your business dangerously overweight?

Are you feeling gluttonous? Bloated? Overweight? We’re not talking about your diet in the Coronavirus shutdown period, but the data on your server. For years, you could have been accumulating information on customers, partners and clients that is now bursting from your data seams. We’ve always held data as the […]

In the post-Covid world, organizations will have to revise their business models: Part 2

In the post-financial crisis of 2008, institutions that quickly changed their business models faster to adapt to the situation found their earnings rise 10%, while those that simply sought to return operations identical to pre-crisis felt a 15% retraction in addition to extensive processes reduction of employees. This adaptation is […]

What Identity Governance is (Not)

I often catch articles in my newsfeed that are supposedly about identity governance, but upon reading the fine print, they invariably wind up being about access management. These articles are all missing the bigger picture – access management is essentially the ‘badge reader’ of identity, the granting of access to […]

In the post-COVID world, organizations will have to revise their business models: Part 1

It did not go well when the explorer Ernest Henry Shackleton executed the Imperial Transantarctic Expedition from 1914 to 1917. The explorer’s ship, Endurance, was trapped in the ice and later slowly crushed even before the crew managed to land. In a series of explorations that followed, Shackleton never lost […]