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Alex Andrade-Walz
Last Thursday, we hosted a virtual fireside chat (watch the recording) with three leading industry experts in digital identity: CULedger’s Julie Esser, Mastercard’s Bryn Robinson-Morgan, and Evernym’s Daniel Hardman. The topic of the panel was ‘safe credentials,’ or more simply, a look at how we can architect digital portable credentials to maximize privacy, security, and...
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Today, Evernym and 28 other founding member organizations launched the Trust over IP Foundation, a new project hosted by the Linux Foundation to enable the trustworthy exchange and verification of data between any two parties on the Internet.  The ToIP Foundation’s mission is to provide a robust, common standard that gives people and businesses the...
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Next week, Hyperledger is bringing together over a thousand industry leaders and practitioners from around the world for its annual Hyperledger Global Forum (March 3-6) in Phoenix, Arizona. The event is designed to drive awareness, education, adoption, and advancement of enterprise blockchain technology while giving attendees the opportunity to collaborate with other contributors and learn...
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Happy 2020!  We’re back with our first newsletter of the year, where we’re highlighting how self-sovereign identity (SSI) fits into GDPR and CCPA, exciting new SSI pilots, the role of blockchain in combating deepfakes and location tracking, and a look at what SSI means for both universities and retailers. We’re also excited to announce a...
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Knowledge-based authentication has never been a highlight of over-the-phone customer service, yet it’s a critical component. Before you can support a customer, you have to be able to pull up her records and prove that she is who she says she is. Typically, we see over-the-phone authentication take the form of silly security questions: “Before...
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