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Bryan Wiese

Vice President, Identity and Access Management

Bryan Wiese brings more than a decade of experience in the identity and access management (IAM) space to his position as vice president of IAM for Optiv. In this role, he is responsible for the company’s IAM services delivery and growth strategy while helping drive strategic IAM customer growth, next-generation services development and cross-security practice alignment.

 

Implementing an Identity Centric Approach

· By Bryan Wiese ·

With the latest Verizon Data Breach Incident Report finding that 81 percent of hacking related breaches leveraged either stolen and/or weak passwords, our clients are consistently asking us, are we really immune to a breach?

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What We Look for When Staffing Cyber Security Positions

· By Bryan Wiese ·

It’s a well-known fact that there is a talent gap in the security industry. There are simply not enough qualified people to staff the positions in our rapidly growing industry, and every client, partner and solution provider feels this pain.

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5 IDaaS Questions Answered

· By Bryan Wiese ·

As we start to see more and more potential Identity as a Service (IDaaS) opportunities appear, we’re being asked about IDaaS and its viability. This post will address some of those basic questions we’re getting and share what we’re seeing and hearing from customers and vendors today.

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7 Things to Look for When Hiring Your IAM Manager

· By Bryan Wiese ·

Recently, Dave Kearns at KuppingerCole resurrected the concept of an Identity Officer asking at what level in a company it might exist and whether it made sense. As an end-to-end security and Identity & Access Management (IAM) consultancy, we often witness the importance of an effective IAM manager both to IAM-specific initiatives and the larger cyber security picture.

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The 5 Causes of Identity and Access Management Failure

· By Bryan Wiese ·

The Identity & Access Management (IAM) space continues to grow and expand to include new technologies, new vendors and new types of customers. With this growth comes an increased risk that an IAM investment will fail or be less than successful. Whether you’re a customer that has attempted IAM in the past or a new customer determining how best to start an IAM program or project, the same risk of failure applies.

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