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Jonathan Sander is STEALTHbits’ Chief Technology Officer (CTO). As CTO, he is responsible for driving technical innovation, ensuring that STEALTHbits is well positioned in their current and emerging markets, and he will also lead corporate development efforts. Jonathan also plays the role of evangelist at STEALTHbits venues large and small. Prior to STEALTHbits, Jonathan was VP of Product Strategy for Lieberman Software. As part of Quest Software from 1999 through 2013, he worked with the security and ITSM portfolios. He helped launch Quest’s IAM solutions, directing all business development and product strategy efforts. Previous to that, Mr. Sander was a consultant at Platinum Technology focusing on the security, access control and SSO solutions. He graduated from Fordham University with a degree in Philosophy.

Closing Gaps in Privileged Identity Management Programs

You can call it PIM (Privileged Identity Management); you can call it PAM (Privileged Account Management); you can call it PUM (Privileged User Management). The one thing you can’t call it is boring. I’ll go with PIM for now. It seems every customer we’re speaking to either has a PIM solution in place, is rolling […]

Insider Threat Detection

As media outlets broadcast security breaches with household names like Target and Home Depot, hundreds of less-famous breaches are occurring every day. Most of these have one thing in common; they come from the inside. As a result, IT organizations and the industry at large are beginning to shift their threat mitigation strategies. One such […]

The Link Between Copy & Paste and a Potential Data Breach Drives DAG

One of the continually fascinating parts of my job is talking to customers and understanding how they decide to pursue some goals over others. Last week I had the chance to sit with a modest size department of a fairly large city. They have just brought on a new CIO and his top priority item […]

The Data Access Governance (DAG) Market Heats Up

We’ve done 3 analyst briefings in the last 2 weeks. That’s not a huge surprise. What’s interesting is that these were analysts we had not spoken with before and that they all came to us. They all said the same thing, too. More people are asking about data access governance. It’s coming up in briefings […]

Why Big Data may make your heartbleed even more

Hope you had as much fun changing passwords over the last few days as I have. If you have not gotten to it yet, the best set of tools I found to deduce if a site is ready for a password switch post Heartbleed was in this Forbes article. Just like Heartbleed has been a […]

Is Least Privilege Security Dead? A Gartner IAM London Afterthought

Sitting staring at the mountain of catch up here on my desk isn’t making me think the Gartner IAM Summit in London was a bad idea. It does make me want to distract myself. So my thoughts turn to Ant Allan’s part in the opening keynote. Opening keynotes by their nature are designed to be […]

Even a Dead Business’ Data can be a Live Wire

There is little excuse when an employee is granted access to data inappropriately. It’s even worse when that access is granted across lines of business without apparent reason. Worse still is when access to sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) and financial data is treated in that sloppy manner. If you also chuck in the fact […]

“I’ll Just Copy & Paste That into Excel so I can Work on it at Home…”

A year after the actual laptop filled with 620,000 person’s personally identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI) was stolen from Medicentres Family Care Clinics, Danielle Smith of the Wildrose Party in Alberta Canada asks: “Why did all of this information exist in a single file on a computer in the first place?” I’m […]

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