Joe GottliebSenior Vice President, Corporate Development
As senior vice president of corporate development, Joe Gottlieb directs SailPoint’s strategic technology partnerships and acquisitions based on the company’s growth objectives. He has over two decades of experience in a variety of executive roles at security and enterprise technology companies in Silicon Valley. Gottlieb brings a long history of security and broad information technology experience to SailPoint working with companies such as Aerospike, Sensage (acquired by KEYW) and McAfee. Most recently, he was the CEO of Aerospike, Inc. where he led this NoSQL database vendor through its Series C funding round of $20 million. During his tenure at Sensage, Gottlieb first acted as the vice president of marketing and business development, guiding OEM relationships with HP and Cerner, as well as technology alliances with SAP, Cisco, EMC and McAfee. Based on his success in that role, he was promoted to CEO and president and, ultimately, led the company to be acquired by KEYW due to the company’s growth and differentiation in the SIEM market. Prior to his time at Sensage, Gottlieb was vice president of corporate strategy and technology alliances at McAfee, where he created the company’s technology partner program, the Security Innovation Alliance. He previously held executive positions at Nokia, the META Group and Ernst & Young.
Big data, analytics and automation technologies are here, but progress is hampered by immature technology, staffing challenges, and the fear of false positives. By driving collaboration, alignment and integration of their identity and security people, process and technology, enterprises can overcome these obstacles and extract a greater return from existing investments. This presentation will identify how to:
•Combine identity and security context to maximize situational awareness
•Leverage serialized identity to increase the precision of security analytics and enforcement
•Execute workflows across the organizational hierarchy to verify business context and accelerate automation confidence