Oinkodomeo, LLC announced that Kathleen Glass, Founder and CEO has joined the IoT Advisory Council of CompTIA, the leading trade association for the global technology industry. As a member of the council, Glass will contribute to CompTIA’s efforts to provide solution providers with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement internet-of-things strategies in the market.
Kathleen brings over two decades of B2B experience in SaaS and managed services for emerging technologies including IoT, CyberSecurity, Privacy and Analytics. As VP of Marketing for DriveCam (now Lytx), she helped bring to market one of the first video fleet management and telematics solutions and earliest Sprint M2M case study. Today, she regularly advises IoT solution providers in a variety of industries covering transportation, healthcare, manufacturing and oil & gas.
“With the breadth of her experience in the industry, Kathleen is a strong addition to our IoT Advisory Council,” said Annette Taber, CompTIA’s senior vice president for industry outreach. “Her insights around IoT – how it is developed, marketed, purchased and deployed – will help guide the actions we take as an advisory council, an association and an industry.”
Kathleen is excited about working with the council to promote Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives “The IoT space is wide open and very much in need of clarity and structure so that vendors and developers can work together on viable client-oriented solutions” she says, “I’m looking forward to bringing my experience into the development of real-world use cases that will guide development going forward”.
The CompTIA IoT Advisory Council addresses relevant industry trends and issues affecting the IoT market, where platforms and methodologies are evolving rapidly. Among its tasks, the council will define the many complex components of IoT solutions, including the barriers and accelerators to adoption that help businesses of all sizes improve operations and profit from market expansion and innovation.
Kathleen will support the council’s main objectives this year, which include:
- Articulating relevant industry trends and issues affecting IoT and smart city development.
- Creating an infographic highlighting IoT reference architecture, ecosystem and associated players.
- Developing IoT use cases by vertical, including outcomes and impacts.
- Increasing IoT security awareness for devices, networks and data.
Kathleen Glass is Founder and CEO of Oinkodomeo, LLC, a sales and marketing consultancy. Kathleen brings over two decades of B2B sales and marketing experience in SaaS and managed services industries for emerging technologies including IoT, CyberSecurity, Privacy, and Analytics. As a passionate advocate of sales and marketing alignment, Kathleen has advised companies across the US in best practices for inbound and outbound demand generation processes and technology adoption.
Kathleen is an active mentor and volunteer for a number of industry organizations including serving on the CompTIA IoT Advisory Council. In addition, Kathleen is a supporter of the San Diego technology startup scene, volunteering as a CONNECT w/ San Diego Venture Group Springboard Marketing Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) and sales and marketing mentor for the CyberTECH NEST accelerator program. She is a San Diego Chapter Officer for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) KnowledgeNet, and she is actively involved in the Association of Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP) as a San Diego Chapter leader as well as sitting on the AA-ISP National Advisory Board.
Oinkodomeo is a modern digital consultancy dedicated to helping B2B Sales and Marketing teams with customer and market strategy. We provide growth planning for emerging technologies including Telecom, IoT, CyberSecurity, Privacy, and AI. We work with our clients to build enduring practices and infrastructure to sustain them for their future growth.
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a leading voice and advocate for the $5 trillion global information technology ecosystem; and the more than 50 million industry and tech professionals who design, implement, manage, and safeguard the technology that powers the world’s economy. Through education, training, certifications, advocacy, philanthropy, and market research, CompTIA is the hub for advancing the tech industry and its workforce. www.comptia.org.