Ray Wagner, Ph.D., is Managing Vice President of the Secure Business Enablement group, which is part of the Information Security and Privacy research organization of Gartner Research. Mr. Wagner focuses on a wide range of security issues, including identity and access management, web services security, public-key infrastructures, digital rights management, the information security organization, and information security issues within emerging technologies.
Mr. Wagner has taught information and network security at Vanderbilt University and computer science at Dartmouth College. He is a veteran of information security startups in secure identity management systems, PKI-based information security infrastructures, secure remote access and digital rights management technology for healthcare enterprises and the music and entertainment industries.
Adjunct Professor, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Senior Director, Technology Research
Adjunct Professor, Computer Science
Security of Applications and Data
Identity and Access Management and Fraud Detection
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Virginia
M.S., Computer Science, University of Virginia
B.A., Dartmouth College
1Identity and access management topics, trends and technologies.
2Data security: Enterprise digital rights management, PKI, encryption.