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Remote is the new normal: Enable workers, not hackers

Hackers never sleep, and during this time of uncertainty, there’s no playbook or blueprint to arm against them. The world has changed, and so has your business. The rapid transition to remote working presents major challenges for IT and employees. Globally, 70% of professionals work remotely at least one day […]

SailPoint’s Core Values: Hiring and Rewards

Our Four Core Values are at the heart of all we do at SailPoint. Hear from our CEO Mark McClain on how those values drive hiring and rewards in the video below. If you like what you see, check out our job openings here.

Trust the Identity, but Verify the Access

The events of the last few weeks have had me reflecting on my epidemiology courses. As I shuffled through old lecture notes, an item stood out: opportunistic infections (OIs) and mortality. In essence, people with compromised immune systems are more likely to become ill, and seriously ill, compared to individuals […]

Three Questions with Director of Global Sales Enablement, Barrett Sellers

Barrett Sellers’ career aspirations began in middle school when she was faced with a very serious problem: How would she earn enough money to buy the latest Mork & Mindy t-shirt.? Okay, that may not sound very serious, but when you’re a teenage girl and a huge Robin Williams fan, […]

How do we quickly go digital?

That seems to be a common question these days as the “virus that must not be named” has catapulted us into a strange new world where toilet paper is the new currency. All jokes aside, our personal lives will never be the same, and ultimately our work lives now have […]

What Our Four Core Values Really Mean

SailPoint’s culture and success are directly tied to our Core Values, also known as the “Four I’s”: Innovation, Integrity, Impact, and Individuals. Our CEO Mark McClain defines these values and shares how we use them to drive our decisions each day. Want to join the #SailPointCrew? We are hiring! Find your […]

Trust Issues Podcast: Headlines 4/17/2020

This week on Trust Issues: more video conferencing woes, election cybersecurity during a pandemic and how Dutch police stopped a DDOS attacker. Listen in below, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts to get your weekly dose of cybersecurity news delivered right to your phone.

When the Bill Comes Due: Securing Challenger Banks’ Growth

The moment of reckoning has come. A party of eight sit around a table, the white tablecloth strewn with the detritus of a communal meal. Coffee is slowly sipped as they contemplate how to divide the bill. Unlike in years past, this is a simple operation: mobile devices come out […]

Three Questions with Senior Engineering Manager, Maggie Way

Maggie Way has been a Software Engineering Manager for more than 20 years. Her software career spans project management, software development, and testing to name a few of the many hats she’s worn. She’s had positions with a number of different titles in engineering leadership, but being a scrum master […]

What Kirigami Can Teach Us About Identity

The paper people chain, or Kirigami, has been a staple at our kids’ craft table for years. Originally made as an offering for the gods in 17th century Japan, the art form made its way stateside in the 70s—mainly parents like me sitting with their children at the kitchen table […]