(1:31) Mark Diodati, analyst, Burton Group:
Diodati has more than 16 years of experience in the development and deployment of information security technologies. At Midvale, Utah-based Burton Group, Diodati conducts research and produces reports about identity management, web access management, authentication technologies, single sign-on, provisioning, public key infrastructure, cryptography, directories, security architecture, operating system security.
(10:16) Joe Anthony, program director for identity management for IBM's Tivoli division:
As program director for identity management for IBM's Tivoli division, Anthony oversees Big Blue's strategy in the identity management market. He has been overseeing the latest release of the Tivoli Identity Manager, including a lightweight Express version in what IBM says should simplify deployments and ease end user pain.
(15:16) Dale Olds, the Project Lead on Novell's Bandit Project:
Olds oversees Novell's Bandit Project, an open standards development group that organizes and standardizes identity-related technologies. The goal is to develop components that provide consistent identity services for Authentication, Authorization, and Auditing. He helped develop and release DigitalMe, an information card selector recently released by the Bandit Project.
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