This is the third piece in a four-part series on nationalism and its threat to digital identity. If you missed it, read parts one and
In the second part of our series on nationalism and its threat to digital identity, we analyze China, the chief proponent of cyber sovereignty. We
Earlier this month, Apple registered several patent claims regarding “verified claims of identity.” The patents detailed multiple methods of recording, transmitting, and verifying identity through numerous different instances of devices, including the iPhone.
Ahead of our KNOW Identity Summer Government Digital Forum, the OWI team focused in on Section 230, a recent hot-button government topic. Section 230 isn’t
The New York Times announced last week that China is implementing a mass DNA collection project in order to create a large-scale database that genetically
Just a few weeks ago, the murder of George Floyd sparked worldwide protests by and in alliance with the black community. Especially here in the
“I accept the terms and conditions.” We’re all too familiar with this little checkbox, to which most of us pay little mind. As consumers and
In a special edition episode of the ID Talk Podcast, we join our industry partner FindBiometrics to present: That Human Touch: Diversity in Biometrics. In
First, we want to thank you for all your encouragement and patience during these uncertain times. With that, we have some good news to share!
Transacting across borders is never simple. For multinational organizations, traversing languages, alphabets, and cultures are ongoing challenges. This is especially true when it comes to