17 years at Gartner
34 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Gregg Kreizman has 30 years of IT industry experience. Prior to Gartner, he served in several technical and managerial roles for the World Bank, U.S. federal government contractors and state government. Following five years supporting clients as part of Gartner's Government Industry Research team, Mr. Kreizman moved to the Security, Risk and Privacy group. There he supports Gartner's cross-industry client base and covers single sign-on, password management, identity federation, identity as a service (IDaaS), the evolving Internet identity protocols and their nexus with enterprise identity and access management systems, and general identity and access management topics.
Areas of Coverage
- Security & Privacy
Gregg Kreizman's Recent Gartner Activity
Survey Analysis: What IAM Leaders Are Saying About Budgets, IoT and Technology Plans Through 2018
Options for Open-Source Identity and Access Management: 2017 Update
Identity and Access Management as a Service Takes Its Rightful Place as a Delivery Model Rather Than a Stand-Alone Market
IAM as a Service (IDaaS) Is Ready for Your Organization: Are You Ready for It?
20 June 2017
On-Demand & Upcoming Webinars
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Kreizman served in state government as director of distributed computing, where he managed shared computing platform services and client support. He also served as a senior technical architect and developed enterprise technical architecture. Mr. Kreizman was the project manager for selection and implementation of a state public-key infrastructure and also managed other security-related initiatives. Prior to this, Mr. Kreizman held several technical and managerial positions at the World Bank and with CBSI and Unisys in support of the U.S. federal government.
State of North Carolina, Director, Distributed Computing, 7 years
Unisys, Manager, Technology Assessment, 4 years
World Bank, Network Engineer, 5 years
B.S., Applied Science, Miami University