Jennifer Gilburg leads strategy and go-to-market for Intel’s Internet of Things identity and authentication product offerings. This includes driving Intel’s Enhanced Privacy ID (EPID) as an industry standard for IoT identity and delivering compelling use cases based on EPID such as “0” touch device onboarding. Gilburg’s focus is ensuring the IoT is built with privacy and security in mind, and promoting interoperability to facilitate solutions development. Prior to joining Intel in 2010, Gilburg spent two decades in security, holding leadership roles at Verisign, PGP and McAfee. She has a B.S. in anthropology at Syracuse University and a master’s in management from Villanova School of Business.