Ian Glazer

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Ian Glazer
Research Vice President and Agenda Manager
4 years at Gartner
16 years IT industry

Ian Glazer is a research vice president and agenda manager on the Identity and Privacy Strategies team. He leads IdPS' coverage for authorization and privacy. Topics within these two main areas include externalized authorization management, XACML, federated authorization, privacy by design, and privacy programs. Read Full Bio

Thanks

by Ian Glazer  |  March 7, 2014  |  2 Comments

As you might have heard, today is my last day at Gartner. The last years have been an amazing ride. I have had the opportunity to work for so many great customers in different industries and geographies. I’ve had the pleasure to work with some incredibly sharp minds and good souls. And for that I simply wanted to say thanks.

I am staying in the identity industry and I am sure our paths will cross soon.

Be well,

i

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IAM Summit 2013

by Ian Glazer  |  November 14, 2013  |  1 Comment

Next week is our Identity and Access Management Summit. I wanted to give you a sneak peek at what the team will be bringing to LA. See you Sunday!

Sunday
Fundamentals of User Provisioning and Identity and Access Governance Tutorial Heidi Wachs
Authorization Architectures Tutorial Ian Glazer
Monday
Beyond Join, Move, Leave: Implications of Identity and Access Management in the Modern Era Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Ian Glazer
How to Build a Modern Federation Architecture for a Cloud, Mobile and Social World Workshop Mary Ruddy
Are Your Users Sick of Typing Passwords on Mobile Devices? Give ‘Em SSO Now! Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Trent Henry
The Role of Enterprise Identity in Public and Private Clouds Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Nick Nikols
Shared Experiences with Identity Governance and Administration Roundtable Ian Glazer and Heidi Wachs
Tuesday
What About Everyone Else? Managing Non-Employee Identities Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Mary Ruddy
Adaptive Access Control: Holy Grail, Snake Oil or the Next Big Thing? Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Trent Henry
Saving Privacy in the Cloud Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Heidi Wachs
Where has Your PKI Been – Where is it Going? Roundtable Trent Henry
The March Towards Externalized and Finer-Grained Authorization Roundtable Ian Glazer
Wednesday
How to Cope With Two Sides of BYOD: Bring Your Own Device and Bring Your Own (Personal) Data Track E: IAM in the Modern Era Trent Henry and Heidi Wachs
Privileged Account Management for Private Cloud and IaaS Environments Track B: IAM in the Trenches Nick Nikols
Putting Strategy Into Action Ant Allan, Ian Glazer, Gregg Kreizman, Mark Nicolett, Earl Perkins Keynote
Mobile Devices, Identity and Access Management Roundtable Trent Henry and Heidi Wachs

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Big P Privacy in the Era of Small Things

by Ian Glazer  |  November 14, 2013  |  1 Comment

Recently, I was asked to give a talk about privacy challenges of the Internet of Things. A couple of years ago, I did some research on data labeling techniques that I realized were directly applicable to these privacy challenges. Subscribers can check out the research here and you can read a little more about the goal of the research on this blog. Enjoy the video and I’d love your feedback!

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Catalyst: In case you missed a session.

by Ian Glazer  |  August 21, 2013  |  Comments Off

Well the Catalyst dust has finally settled and San Diego is fading into memory. From my perspective, this year’s Catalyst was a big success. Lots of great content. Lots of good energy. Lots of positive feedback.

We did pack in a bunch of content this year and at any one time there were multiple sessions you probably wanted to attend. The good news this year is that we recorded all the sessions and you can watch them on Gartner Event On Demand. The following is a handy list of all the identity sessions and and link to the videos.

Session Title Speaker
Beyond Join Move Leave: Implications of the Modern Identity Life Cycle Ian Glazer
What About Everyone Else? Managing Nonemployee Identities Lori Robinson and Mary Ruddy
San Diego Identity Standards Smackdown Head Referee: Ian Glazer Participants: David Brossard, Pam Dingle, Kelly Grizzle, Paul Madsen, Pat Patterson
Saving Privacy in the Public Cloud Heidi Wachs
Adaptive Access Control: Holy Grail Snake Oil or The Next Big Thing? Trent Henry
Big Data Security Privacy and Ethics Ian Glazer and Ramon Krikken
Are Your Users Sick of Typing Passwords on Mobile Devices? Give ‘em SSO Now! Trent Henry
Privileged Account Management for Private Cloud and IaaS Environments Nick Nikols
The Role of Enterprise Identity in Public and Private Clouds Nick Nikols
Identity and Security: Action Planning and Next Steps Ian Glazer, Ramon Krikken, Trent Henry, Phil Schater, Jack Santos

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Catalyst for identity professionals: We’ve got both kinds of content!

by Ian Glazer  |  July 2, 2013  |  2 Comments

We are less than 30 days out from Catalyst and I can tell you that the team is pumped to be back on stage talking identity with all of you. Recently, I was talking to a veteran Catalyst attendee who wanted to know what he could expect in terms of identity content at Catalyst. He observed that the show has changed a little in terms of format and wanted to know what would be waiting for him in San Diego.

Let me come right out and say it: Catalyst has changed format over the last few years. We have been molding Catalyst into the more technical peer of Symposium. The goal is to deliver in-depth material relating to the IT trends that are dominating your world. To that end, we have made Catalyst bit more theme-related and a bit less specific to any one research team. Thats why you’ll find conference tracks on mobility, cloud, and big data. But, as you well know, you cant meet mobility, cloud, and big data needs without having a solid security and identity platform from which to work. And this is why we have a dedicated security and identity track at this years Catalyst.

We are presenting our identity research in two ways. First, Monday morning the team and I are going to be talking about pure identity topics: IAM in the modern era, managing non-workforce identities, and adaptive access control. We are also going to hosting a identity standards smackdown in which luminaries from the IAM world will represent OAuth, OpenID Connect, SAML, SCIM, and XACML and in short bursts will try and convince you how their standards can help you build meaningful applications.

But identity doesnt exist in a vacuum. To be truly valuable to our enterprises, we as IAM professionals must aid our peers in mobile, cloud, and big data projects. To that end, we are presenting a bunch of research in the Mobile, Cloud, and Big Data tracks. By attending these sessions you will not only understand how IAM and your team are relevant to those endeavors but also what you can do to provide indispensable identity services.

What follows is a list of all of our IAM-related sessions at Catalyst. See you in San Diego!

Monday July 29th

     
 

Title

 

Type

 

Participants

 

Track

Beyond Join, Move, Leave: Implications of the Modern Identity Life Cycle

Session

Ian Glazer

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

What About Everyone Else? Managing Nonemployee Identities

Session

Lori Robinson and Mary Ruddy

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

San Diego Identity Standards Smackdown

Session

Head Referee: Ian Glazer, Participants: David Brossard, Pam Dingle, Kelly Grizzle, Paul Madsen, Pat Patterson

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

Adaptive Access Control: Holy Grail, Snake Oil or The Next Big Thing?

Session

Trent Henry

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

IAM Outsourcing: How Far Should You Go?

Roundtable

Mary Ruddy

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

Saving Privacy in the Public Cloud

Session

Heidi Wachs

Cloud Services: Moving Past Partial Commitment

Big Data Security, Privacy and Ethics

Session

Ian Glazer, Ramon Krikken

Big Data and Business Analytics

       

Tuesday July 30th

     
 

Title

 

Type

 

Participants

 

Track

Are Your Users Sick of Typing Passwords on Mobile Devices? Give ‘Em SSO Now!

Session

Trent Henry

Making Mobile Work

National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace: What NSTIC Means to Business

Workshop

Ian Glazer with

Jim Sheire

David Coxe

Rob Krugman

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

How to Build a Modern Federation Architecture for a Cloud, Mobile and Social World

Workshop

Mary Ruddy

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

Privileged Account Management for Private Cloud and IaaS Environments

Session

Nick Nikols

Transforming Virtual Data Centers to Private Cloudsor Not!

Addressing Privacy Risks in the Public Cloud

Roundtable

Heidi Wachs

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

Building the Identity Ecosystem: The IDESG, Its Purpose, and You

Roundtable

Ian Glazer/Mary Ruddy with Kim Little

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

The Role of Enterprise Identity in Public and Private Clouds

Session

Nick Nikols

Cloud Services: Moving Past Partial Commitment

Implementing a Social Security Number Remediation Plan

Workshop

Heidi Wachs

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

       

Wednesday July 31st

     
 

Title

 

Type

 

Participants

 

Track

Shifting IAM Design Principles and Adjusting Your Capabilities Architecture

Workshop

Homan Farahmand

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

Securing the Remote and Mobile Workforce

Workshop

Trent Henry, Phil Schacter

Information Protection, Identity, Security, and Beyond

       

Thursday August 1st

     
 

Title

 

Type

 

Participants

 

Track

Identity and Security: Action Planning and Next Steps

Session

Ian Glazer and Ramon Krikken with Trent Henry, Phil Schater, Jack Santos

 

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