Mastercard and the Future of Identity and Trust

Episode Top Episode of 2020: 180


Episode Top Episode of 2020: 180

Mastercard and the Future of Identity and Trust

What a year it’s been on State of Identity! As we wrap up a full year of identity insights, we’re looking back on our top episode of 2020: Mastercard SVP of Digital Identity Products Charles Walton, The Commons Project CEO Paul Meyer, and Deakin University Emergent Technologies Manager Alan Longmuir 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.


Cameron D’Ambrosi:  Principal, OWI


Charles Walton: SVP, Digital Identity Products, Mastercard

Paul Meyer: CEO, The Commons Project

Alan Longmuir: Emergent Technologies Manager, Deakin University


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