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Haroon Meer, founder of Thinkst, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about why a lot of security products don’t work, the challenges of running a security company from South Africa, and doing well by doing good.
Passwords, passwords, passwords! They are annoying but increasingly necessary for everything we do. Today Joe Carson and Mike Gruen cover the worst password habits out there, plus how to balance usability vs. security for our wifi and email passwords, and more. And do we really have to start worrying about our kid’s passwords?!
In this episode, host and blockchain evangelist Matthew Hooper is bringing you a use case near and dear to his heart: identity. How many times have credit cards been hacked where they need to be canceled immediately? How many times have emails and social media accounts been tampered with? As more and more people put their personal information online, it’s come to be expected that more and more bad actors are getting ahold of others’ online identities. He is joined by Adam Gunther, Executive Director of Blockchain Trusted Identity at IBM and Drummond Reed, Chief Trust Officer at Evernym.
We are fortunate to have Dave Birch, Author, advisor and commentator on digital financial services on the show today. During the podcast, Dave discusses the benefits and risks of digital identity, the role of the banking industry, and how we must balance connected commerce with human rights.
Susan Stover, ID Talk, is joined by BioConnect CTO and CISO Courtney Gibson, BIO-key CEO and Chairman Mike DePasquale, and Iris ID Business Development Manager Tom DeWinter to discuss the fraud threats facing businesses as they rush to enable digital transformation safely, and how biometrics and mobile ID technologies enable it.
Socure Senior Counsel & Privacy Lead Annie Bai joins State of Identity to discuss why an uptick in identity fraud usually follows economic downturns, the new types of fraud proliferating in the COVID-19 era and how financial institutions and fintechs can protect themselves.
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Historically, we have expressed our identity through a piece of paper, driver’s license and documents given by authorities. But in the digital age, we have companies holding the credentials, like Facebook and Google. Richard Esplin, an open-source advocate and Product Manager at Evernym, talks with Doc Searls and Shawn Powers about the importance of taking control of your identity, self-sovereign identity and verifiable credentials.
Airside Chief Commercial Officer Jessica Patel joins State of Identity to discuss the history of their groundbreaking mobile passport app, how different industry verticals are coping with the identity impact of the COVID-19 crisis and the key considerations that went into building Airside’s new mobile identity platform.
This podcast digs deep into the role that ethics plays in innovation, capitalism and cyber resilience. The guest on this episode is David Ottenheimer, the VP of Trust and Digital Ethics at Inrupt. He delivers a clear and compelling argument that ethics is security, that Facebook should be dissolved, and that keeping markets free means removing things that harm the marketplace. They also take a look at the role that ethics officers play in business and thoughts on the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and CPRA. Furthermore, they explore the most provocative question of all: Is The US still in a civil war?
In today’s #datamindset episode, Gary Walter, President and CEO of Infutor Data Solutions, and Suman Moodley, Digital Strategy Leader, discuss why your customer identity matters. Gary shares insight on Infutor’s TrueSource™ Identity Graph that provides the industry’s most accurate and extensive consumer identity information. This is used to form identity graphs to verify, complete, enrich, link and maintain consumer identities, creating a powerful, single consumer profile.
Let’s talk about digital identity with Debbie Reynolds, Founder, CEO and Chief Data Privacy Officer at Debbie Reynolds Consulting LLC. She discusses privacy in contact tracing apps around the world. Debbie walks us through the potential issues with contact tracing apps with regard to regional laws, security risks which must be mitigated against and the practical effectiveness of the apps themselves. Debbie and Oscar also dive into the world of facial recognition, including the importance of accuracy and transparency around public practices and relevant regulations (GDPR, CCPA, BIPA, etc.).
In this episode, Ines Gonzales Del Mazo sat down with Vinny Lingham, Co-Founder and CEO of Civic. Civic is a personal identity protection and management service that allows banks, financial institutions, and other merchants to confirm the usage of social security numbers with the true owner of that number before creating new accounts.
Jim and Jeff talk with SecZetta founder and CEO David Pignolet about how they address the problems of managing third party identities and some of their associated risks.
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