Welcome to my new blog on the Gartner Blog Network, where I’ll be writing about various aspects of my role in the Gartner IT1 Identity and Privacy team.
To those of you who have already followed me on either of my two previous blogs… it’s good to see you here, and I hope we’re going to have as much fun here as we did elsewhere. Rest assured, I plan to continue blogging on the same themes of identity, privacy and related public policy – while adding new topics to reflect my responsibilities for PKI and fine-grained access control.
I’m also conscious that the Gartner Blogging Network will put me in front of a new audience – so I look forward to establishing a dialogue with many new readers, too.
That last sentence also contains a clue to the fact that I’m a Brit. Actually, I’ve worked for US corporations for 20 of the last 25 years, so I have a healthy curiosity about the international, cross-border and cross-cultural perspective – whether it’s to do with differences in privacy legislation, contrasting cultural attitudes, or just linguistic quirks.
I’m in the States at the moment, having had a busy week at Catalyst 2010 in San Diego, followed by several days of orientation in my new role here at Gartner – but I’ll be back at my own desk next week. There are so many bloggable subjects in the identity and privacy world at the moment that the hard question is which one to write about.
I hope you’ll check back soon to find out.
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