Mark Scheible


Mark Scheible has worked in the information technology field for over 30 years and is currently the Identity and Access Management Solutions Architect at MCNC in Research Triangle Park, NC. He is a member of the Identity and Access Management project team for the North Carolina Education Cloud initiative, a Race to the Top project for K-12. He was formerly the Identity and Access Manager for North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC and worked to establish an IAM governance infrastructure as well as an IAM Roadmap for the university. Prior to NC State Mark worked as an IT Manager with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. It was here that Mark's interest in Identity and Access Management was first sparked, dealing with the complexities of authentication and auto-logout in a medical setting. He also had the opportunity to explore the use of 2-factor authentication and PKI through a collaborative effort with Dartmouth College. Mark started his IT career with Digital Equipment Corporation and Compaq Computers in systems management and later as a windows system administrator. Mark is a member of the EDUCAUSE Identity & Access Management Working Group and the vice-chair of the NC Federated Identity Management Focus Group at MCNC/NCREN. He is also an active participant of the National K-12 Federated Identity and Access Management Task Force - a collaborative group of participants from CoSN, EDUCAUSE, InCommon and Internet2. He has presented at both EDUCAUSE and Internet2 conferences and frequently participates at InCommon CAMP and Advance CAMP events.

EDUCAUSE Presentations