State of Identity Rewind: November

November 17, 2020
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This November, the State of Identity podcast gave the industry a lot to be thankful for in the way of new insights and unique perspectives. In three new episodes, our lineup of guests sparked candid discourse that shed new light on employee data management, vendor management, privacy law, and the biggest digital threats facing businesses today.

 

Rippling: The New Frontier of Employee Identity Management

First Aired: November 19, 2020

 

Every business – from disruptive new startups to enterprise giants – has an expanse of employee data to both manage and to keep secure. We sat down with (virtually, of course) Vanessa Wu, General Counsel at Rippling to discuss how she has found employee data to be the secret source of nearly all your company’s busywork. She goes on to explain why employee data is becoming the new frontier in privacy law. 

 

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IDX: Identity Protection for the Digital Age

First Aired: November 12, 2020

 

IDX CEO Tom Kelly joined us to take a deep dive into the current state of the identity industry. He and host Cameron D’Ambrosi sparked fresh dialogue on why privacy is more top-of-mind than ever for consumers, and steered the conversation into actionable advice on what digital threats users should look out for. If you’re not confident on what digital threats you need to keep top of mind, this is the episode you just can’t miss.

 

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PaymentWorks: Know Your Business

First Aired: November 5, 2020

 

In our most jam-packed episode of the season, we welcomed PaymentWorks Co-founder Thayer Stewart, John Amaral CEO of Slim.AI Inc. and Clay Deutsch, Former Chief Executive Officer of Boston Private Financial Holdings and Boston Private Bank to the podcast. This group of industry game-changers sparked lively discourse on the hidden risks and costs of vendor management. Thayer Stewart brought a unique perspective to the group, sharing his experience in how inventing an ‘intelligent’ vendor form has led the company to flip B2B identity on its head.

 

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Sneak Preview

What will the next month bring? Over the next few weeks, we’ll welcome identity game-changers and business leaders from Obsecure, Kumbaya, and Global Data Consortium for brand new episodes. Plus, we’re putting our top episode of the year back into the spotlight. Which is it? You’ll have to tune in to find out. Check back here each Thursday and subscribe on Spotify to access every can’t-miss episode.

Melissa Miller

Melissa Miller

Melissa is the Director of Marketing at One World Identity, leading brand direction, communications, and growth across OWI's portfolio of products and services.
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Melissa Miller

Melissa is the Director of Marketing at One World Identity, leading brand direction, communications, and growth across OWI's portfolio of products and services.
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