We’re honored to be named a Technology Pioneer by the WEF. This title is awarded to a select group of companies each year that are pioneering innovations poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
Evernym’s Jamie Smith and Drummond Reed sat down with the New York Times to discuss what verifiable health credentials mean for travel and why interoperability and privacy are so critical.
COVID-19 has disrupted how we do just about everything—including how we prove our identity. This op-ed explores some of the more permanent shifts and the work we’re doing with partners like CULedger and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
For years, data privacy and GDPR-like regulations have been viewed as a hindrance by marketers and brands. Now, they’re a source of competitive advantage. Our TechCrunch op-ed explores the business benefits of both data privacy and verifiable credentials.
CoinDesk provides a glimpse into the future with predictions for how self-sovereign identity can improve our digital relationships and data privacy over the next ten years. The article includes insights from several industry leaders, including our own Drummond Reed.
This article covers Evernym’s recent integration of iProov’s Genuine Presence Assurance technology to enable organizations to better ensure that verifiable credentials are matched with their rightful owner.
Ledger Insights explores how Evernym and 60+ organizations around the world are coming together in exploration of how portable credentials can aid the COVID-19 response and enable an increasingly digital world.
In this contributed post, Evernym’s Drummond Reed explains guardianship’s role in making identity work for all, through the context of our customer Secours.io’s work in dementia care solutions.
A new collaboration between online credentialing platform, Digitary, and self-sovereign identity and blockchain experts, Evernym, is set to increase students’ ownership of their digital credentials and identity data.
Ledger Insights covered our latest funding round and how investors Barclays and Overstock see self-sovereign identity solving many of today’s issues around security, privacy, and trust.
Forbes examines how consumers can take a greater cut of the value provided by customer data, what it means for both consumers and businesses, and how companies like Evernym and Sovrin are making this possible through self-sovereign identity.
In an exploration on the impact of self-sovereign identity, Metro.co.uk interviewed our own James Monaghan on how he sees decentralization changing the state of state-issued money and state-issued identity.
Evernym’s own Andy Tobin was featured in an article on the future of digital identity, citing a few predictions for the decentralization of the Internet of Things… or as he calls, it the Identity of Things.
Women In Identity interviews Evernym’s Elizabeth Renieris, who discusses the challenges and future of decentralized digital identity — and the unique role women play in shaping the industry.
GM discusses what the government is working on to harness new technologies, innovations and powerful tools to improve the citizen experience now and into the future.
Not since the late ’90s when dotcom mania prevailed has there been such blue-sky potential, frantic excitement, and widespread misconception as currently surrounds blockchain technology…
Veridium is now, in the parlance of Sovrin, a ‘founding Steward’ of the network, joining other major backers including Cisco, Deutsche Telekom, and IBM. Sovrin Stewards commit to offering network, hardware, and security resources to support the Sovrin Network’s operation.
“We believe that the combination of Corda, the blockchain for business, and HL Indy, for decentralized identity is a powerful platform for addressing real world, enterprise requirements…”
A little more than a week after the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) went into effect, the world is adjusting to the new comprehensive regulatory regime with global reach…
Fintech firms, software makers, telecom providers and other businesses have joined forces develop a blockchain-based network that will enable anyone to exchange digital credentials online and without the risk of unintentionally exposing any private data.
One of the largest and most valuable corporations in the world, IBM, announced Wednesday it’s going all-in with the Utah-based Sovrin Foundation, a private sector nonprofit working to create a decentralized digital identity network.
CULedger, a builder of blockchain-based products for credit unions backed by the Credit Union National Association and Mountain West Credit Union League, has partnered with Evernym to launch MyCUID, a product intended to help credit union members prevent fraud and identity theft.
Blockchain has the potential to greatly affect the legal profession. I think it interesting that Baker & Hostetler LLP and Perkins Coie LLP in the U.S. announced in November that they are ‘founding stewards’…
With the advent of [distributed ledger technology], a decentralized, truly independent, self-sovereign digital identity system becomes possible. Sovrin, for example, is a fully open system which allows any person, organization or thing…