Who am I? The person as a “trackable” item!
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
9:00 - 10:00 AM PT, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET, 18:00 - 19:00 CET
Online registration is closed.
Join the webinar at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/847152850
Authentication (who I am) and tracking (where I am) are perhaps the two most crucial concerns for identity
and the most impacted by the current state of privacy and security. On the one
hand, there are many different ways to track an individual—identity management
cards, on-line activity, mobile phone GPS, retail activity, public
surveillance, etc.—all of which may benefit specific security needs. On the
other hand, there is the reduction in privacy associated with authenticating
(non-reputable identification) the person. Join this webinar to hear an exciting
conversation in the tradeoffs between privacy and security needs in the context
of the rapidly changing nature of what identity really means now and in the
years to come.
Three things the attendees will
learn/take away from the webinar:
- Big data analytics
and dynamic biometric approaches to afford varying degrees of anonymity in the
continuum between privacy and security.
- Identity management
cards – what’s new in Canada and what has been tried around the world.
- Fraud and BYOD –
what software solutions are available to help mitigate and facilitate employees
bringing their own devices to work.
Global CTO Government
|Mateen Greenway, an HP Fellow in Enterprise Services, is the chief architect for the EMEA Manufacturing industry for HP Enterprise Services. In this role, Greenway is responsible for maintaining and growing a group of highly skilled manufacturing enterprise architecture consultants in support of high-pro# le bid engagements across the manufacturing industry. Additionally, Greenway leads the HP Fellows activities for Manufacturing clients worldwide. |
Greenway has 22 years of experience in enterprise architecture, multi-year planning, enterprise modeling, security policies, mobile computing and enterprise application implementations. He has extensive experience in enterprise architecture development, financial services, manufacturing solutions, desktop and mobility solutions, and training disciplines, having recently developed training scenarios and course material for the EMEA Architects Practice "Next Generation Architects” candidates.
Chief Technologist, Americas Region
HP Enterprise Services
Global Cloud Guru
Marc Wilkinson is HP Enterprise Services (ES)
chief technologist for the Americas. His focus is to influence, shape and drive
ES’s perception in the market and into key accounts through technology
leadership and innovation. Marc and his team are driving the technology
strategy and incubating technologies and capabilities to deliver increased
business value across the region.
He also serves as the ES Technical Career
Path (TCP) regional board chair for the Americas, chartered with growing the
Marc brings more than 20 years of
experience in driving innovation, managing technology teams, and software and
service design to his role. He has a strong track record of connecting
strategic thinking with technology execution to achieve operational excellence
and bottom line results. Marc’s experience includes tier-one telecommunications
and service providers, major investment banks and leading software companies
through initial public offering and beyond.
Previously, he served as director of Cloud and
Hybrid Delivery Global Practice responsible for the services portfolio and
strategy across HP Software Services.
Chief Privacy and Security Officer
HP Enterprise Services
|Peter J. Reid is HP Enterprise Services Chief Privacy Officer (CPO), responsible for all aspects of their internal privacy program. Reid has worked extensively in the global privacy arena since the late 90s and has more than 35 years of domestic and international experience in the information technology (IT) field, having worked in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. |
Before taking on his current role as CPO for EDS (now HP Enterprise Services), Reid worked in Security and Privacy Product Management and Portfolio Development teams, where he was responsible for the security and privacy capabilities that EDS provides to its clients. After joining EDS from Fiderus, Reid provided privacy consulting services as a managing consultant in EDS’ security and privacy consulting practice. He assisted clients such as Nextel and The Home Depot in establishing and implementing privacy programs. This included developing privacy strategies, policies and statements, with supporting guidelines and procedures. He has also provided significant subject-matter expertise in developing privacy training and in publishing privacy material on company intranets.
Cross Government Initiatives
|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.|
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