Anmol Singh is a lead analyst at KuppingerCole. He brings more than 14 years of cybersecurity experience focused on identity and access management and related technologies. Through his career, Mr. Singh has worked in several positions ranging from IAM engineering to architecture, consulting, service delivery and program management across a wide array of industries. A well-known and recognized speaker at several industry events, Mr. Singh is frequently featured in regional and international media on cybersecurity and identity and access management topics.
Roles & Responsibilities at KuppingerCole:
Mr. Singh provides IAM research, advisory and consulting in the areas of user authentication, access management, identity governance and privileged access management. With a focus on regional cybersecurity trends and adoption patterns, Mr. Singh also offers insights into IAM program management, roadmap development, best implementation practices and guidelines
Background & Education:
He has served in various technical, consulting and managerial capacities at American Express, Fidelity Investments, Citibank, VISA and UBS. His primary responsibilities included engineering, policy design, program management, operational and procedural guidance, as well as technology and vendor selection within identity and access management.
Mr. Singh holds Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication from Institute of Engineering & Technology, Agra University, India.
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