WE ARE IDAX
idax solves one of the most pressing technical issues facing companies today – what information do staff have access to and does that pose a risk?
Using predictive identity analytics, idax is the first company in the world to automatically analyse the access rights for an organisation, quantify the risk and determine who has excessive access requiring adjustment. Protecting digital information is critical for modern companies. Most cyber fraud is committed by employees.
But as technology becomes more complex knowing whether or not someone should have access to information is beyond the capability of traditional systems or the knowledge of managers. What is required is a new approach. Using proprietary algorithms, idax enables organisations to manage access changes in real-time making it possible to dynamically enforce the principle of “least privilege”
Mark Rodbert is the vision behind idax. As CEO, Mark has overall responsibility for strategic direction. Mark is passionate about analytics and the way it applies to business technology. He developed idax software to change the way that business leaders understand, quantify and mitigate identity risk.
With 20 years of experience holding senior positions as an operational risk professional, Mark understands the challenges facing large organisations. A leading authority on the subject of governance, compliance and identity management, he is also an Honorary Visiting Professor in the department of computer science at the University of York.
Other passions in his life include skiing, jazz and as an avid petrolhead he has even put in a pretty respectable showing in the Lands End to John o’ Groats rally
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Marc Bird looks after all sales and commercial activities relating to idax. He has over 30 years experience of selling many aspects of Information Technology to a wide range of markets including Banking and Finance, Legal, Retail, Telcos, Utilities and Manufacturing.
His roles have included consultative sales remits for large North American companies such as SHL Systemhouse and Hewlett Packard where he has led teams involved in complex managed service bids.
He was also involved in the start-up and development of a certain innovative cricket bat company that became high profile in the 2005 Ashes series. When he has any spare time he coaches football and cricket and indulges his passion for music by playing in a Cigar Box Guitar band – the infamous Tin Pot Commoners
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