State of Identity Rewind: Top 10 of 2020

December 18, 2020
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Rewind & Replay! OWI’s Top 10 most impactful 2020 State of Identity Podcasts highlight the growth and evolution across digital identity this year. Tune in to hear top industry leaders candidly discuss their experiences and provide groundbreaking insights during this transformative time in the identity space.  

 

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1. Mastercard and the Future of Identity and Trust

May 21, 2020 

 

Mastercard SVP of Digital Identity Products Charles Walton, The Commons Project CEO Paul Meyer, and Deakin University Emergent Technologies Manager Alan Longmuir join State of Identity to discuss the vital importance of digital identity, the role it can play in addressing the COVID-19 crisis, and the challenges and opportunities across the healthcare and educational sectors in a digital world.

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2. Au10tix: Automated IDV

June 4, 2020

 

Au10tix President & COO Carey O’Connor Kolaja joins State of Identity to discuss her career across the Fintech industry, what sets the Au10tix platform apart from other competitors in the identity verification space, and why no one-size-fits-all approach can be successful when building out customer onboarding flows.

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3. Evernym: They Wrote the Book on Self-Sovereign Identity!

February 20, 2020

 

Authors Drummond Reed and Alex Preukschat join State of Identity to offer a sneak preview of their new book on Self-Sovereign Identity, a deep-dive on the current industry landscape across both startups and standards organizations, and their predictions for the future of self-sovereign identity in 2020 and beyond.

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4. Trulioo: COO Zac Cohen

February 25, 2020

 

Trulioo COO Zac Cohen returns to State of Identity to share an update on Trulioo’s latest identity verification technology, and their new research on consumer attitudes, expectations and behavior toward IDV and digital onboarding experiences in the US and UK.

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5. Auth0: Extensibility in Identity

June 25, 2020

 

Auth0 Principal Architect Vittorio Bertocci joins State of Identity to discuss his pivot from computational geometry to digital identity, what sets Auth0 apart from competitors in the crowded authentication space, and the growing importance of developers and extensibility in identity.

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6. Clearsale: Preventing Fraud and False Declines

May 28, 2020

 

Clearsale Executive Vice President Rafael Lourenco joins State of Identity to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on eCommerce, why preventing false declines is just as important as fighting fraudulent transactions, and the challenges he’s faced in shifting to a remote workforce nearly overnight.

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7. WSO2: The Power of Open-Source IAM

January 30, 2020

 

WSO2 Vice President of Security Architecture joins State of Identity to discuss WSO2’s, API-first, decentralized approach to identity, the benefits of taking an open-source approach, and the continued convergence of the CIAM and IAM markets.

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8. SecureKey: A Primer on Decentralized Identity

July 23, 2020

 

SecureKey Chief Identity Officer Andre Boysen returns to State of Identity to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on digital identity and SecureKey’s latest whitepaper offering a primer on decentralized identity.

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9. Veriff: Scalable Identity Verification 

April 14, 2020

 

Veriff SVP of Revenue Guy Zerega joins State of Identity to discuss the growing need for scalable identity verification solutions across industry sectors, the impact of COVID-19 on the identity verification market, and his predictions for the future of the sector after the world returns to normalcy.

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10. Socure: Fighting the Uptick in Identity Fraud

September 17, 2020

 

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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