Thursday, November 8, 2012
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Ottawa Convention Centre
55 Colonel By Drive
Meeting Room 102
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9J2
Online registration is closed.
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Peek-a-boo, I see you! What authentication and identity management really mean across Canada in a time of device fingerprints and ubiquitous software.
Game Changers executive innovation breakfast at the GTEC conference - Thursday, November 8, 2012 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. @ the Ottawa Conference Centre.
Join some of Canada’s top privacy and security thought leaders for breakfast and an exciting discussion around privacy, security, fraud and mobility.
- Identity management across the enterprise
- BYOD Mobility and Cloud
- Social media - Government agencies are increasingly looking to leverage social media to improve the quality of government services and elicit greater citizen engagement
This event will include a thought leadership executive breakfast and panel discussion with GTEC participants and the Ontario technology community.
VP Global Accounts
Brian is Vice President at Autonomy. Brian has over 12 years of experience helping organizations unlock value and manage risk in large sets of unstructured data. Involved with "Big Data" before it was called Big Data. Brian works with organizations to leapfrog competition through adopting technology. Brian has 10 years experience with Autonomy/HP and led Autonomy practice at Deloitt Canada.
Brian served as Solution Architect for Government of Canada Metadata initiative while at Autonomy Interwoven and has worked across all sectors with companies and organizations of all sizes such as: CBC, Government of Canada, Verizon, HSBC, Air Canada, Time Warner . McGlynn took a Sabbatical from Autonomy to join as founding member of Lure Media.
|Peter Watkins is an executive director in the Office of the Chief Information Officer with the Government of British Columbia. Mr. Watkins has 20 years of experience as an information systems professional and public servant. He is one of the driving forces and experts behind the government’s strategy for a user-centric claims based solution to the vexing problem of identity information management. His specialty is the development of concepts, strategies and directions for pursuing change through new or emerging information technology. He has worked in software development, system design, IT operations, as well as management, service development and policy development.|
Social Media and Strategy
|Jay Schlosar is Assistant Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Citizens’ Services and Open Government for the Province of British Columbia. Jay leads the Division responsible for providing corporate web and data services to government, as well as overseeing the policies associated with the province’s Open Government agenda, which includes: a new, citizen-focused web presence (www.gov.bc.ca), the DataBC Open Data project, the Open Information project, and citizen engagement. This Division also oversees priority policy development and corporate planning processes with respect to business and technology transformation across government, with recent work culminating in the creation of a transformation and technology strategy for the BC Public Service entitled Citizens @ the Centre: B.C. Government 2.0. |
Enterprise Services Canada
Martin Jepil is the HP Enterprise Services (ES) chief technologist for Canada. His focus will be to influence, shape and drive ES’ perception in the market and into key accounts through technology leadership and innovation. Martin and his team are driving the technology strategy and incubating technologies and capabilities to deliver increased business value across Canada.
He also serves as the ES Financial Services subject matter expert on the regional board for the Americas which is chartered with growing industry knowledge within the community.
Martin brings more than 20 years of experience in driving innovation, managing technology teams, and consulting to his new role. He has a strong track record of connecting strategic thinking with technology execution in order to achieve operational excellence and achieve bottom line results. Martin’s experience includes tier-one banking and insurance sector, enterprise architecture, and business transformation.
As the CT for HPES Canada, Martin is responsible for defining the regional technical strategy as it relates to market demands. Under his leadership, Jepil works with HP, alliance, and client stakeholders to build repeatable industry solutions that are tied to business outcomes. In support of these efforts, he will be responsible for building investment business cases, influencing sales, creating new and innovative products and services that will position HP as a services market leader in Canada.
Previously, he served as director of strategy and innovation for Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Martin lives in Toronto, Ontario.