Mark McClain

Mark McClain is founder and CEO of SailPoint. Mark drives the vision and overall business strategy for SailPoint. Previously, Mark was founder and president of Waveset, where he helped establish the company's industry-leading position in the identity management space, including 250 percent revenue growth year over year for three years. Following the acquisition of Waveset by Sun Microsystems, Mark served as vice president of marketing for Sun software. Mark also has diverse experience in international sales and marketing with Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Tivoli Systems. He can be reached at [email protected]

How to Engage Business Managers in Identity Management Compliance and Security Processes

Global corporations have recently begun to recognize that identity management is very much a business process that underpins compliance and security efforts. Identity management has always been an extension...

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