Bill Bonney, Principal Consulting Analyst
Bill Bonney has more than 25 years of experience in Information Technology, Information Security and Privacy, Cybersecurity, Identity and Access Management, and Risk Management. His expertise ranges from risk analysis and security and technology program design to mastery of control frameworks and business process engineering.
Bill has held senior management positions in Information Technology and Information Security, most recently as a Director of Information Security and Compliance at Intuit, Inc., a Fortune 500 provider of personal and small business financial products. Prior to Intuit, he was a Principal with Ensemble Consulting, where he provided interim CIO services to Silicon Valley clients, including Callidus Software and InVision Technologies. Prior to Ensemble, he was the Director of Global Information Technology for Unify Software.
Along with two co-authors, Bill published the “CISO Desk Reference Guide: a practical guide for CISOs” for recently hired or promoted CISOs and aspiring CISOs.
At TechVision Research, Bill is focusing on the following areas of specialty:
- Organization Assessment & Transformation
- Communication and Change Management
- Talent Assessment, Planning and Development
- Security Audit and Readiness
- Security Due Diligence- M&A Support
- Identity and Access Management (IAM)
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Information security organizational strategies
- Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)
- IoT and Risk
Recently Published Research
IoT Risk Amplifiers
The Future of Identity Management
Despite the decades of investment and hard work, many organizations face greater identity management challenges today than they did 15 years ago. Today, many organizations struggle with a hodge-podge of silo’d, poorly or non-interoperable IAM functions that are impossible to govern properly and are hindering proper risk management.
This highly actionable report supports our clients as they develop five-year technology infrastructure plans. In this report we make specific projections as to where we believe Identity Management will be going over the next five years and we describe a model for identity abstraction that provides an extensible services oriented architecture.
To provide our clients with the most comprehensive view of Identity Management, we augment our own expertise with the insights of what we consider to be the top thought leaders and industry experts to deliver the most comprehensive perspective on the Future of Identity Management.
Internet of Things (IoT) Reality Check
TVR Crosstalk Report – Identity Management and Data
- The evolution of identity data as its own domain
- The impact of silos on identity data management
- The potential of virtual directories as an identity data management approach
- The impact of data reuse on identity and the resulting authenticity decay
- Identity data governance: is built on a foundation of quicksand
There are things organizations can be doing today to address these concerns. Specifically, this report discusses a five-step program for identity data governance based upon the team’s experience working with data and identity in F1000 enterprise.
Unlocking the Value of IoT to the Enterprise
- Defining IoT eco-systems TechVision Research sees developing for the enterprise based on market segmentation
- Outlining the potential transformational benefits of IoT by market segment
- Real world guidance to assess the emerging tools for enterprise IoT implementation, governance and risk mitigation
The Rise of Machine Learning in the Enterprise: Managing the Opportunities, Handling the Threats
In this report, we investigate this emerging trend, and what should be the next steps for TechVision Research clients.
This report covers:
- The value proposition and business rationale for the enterprise associated with machine learning
- Applications and uses, present and future, of machine learning
- Six steps an enterprise should start to take to best leverage machine learning