The last 12 months have heralded significant change across the property market but one change that has been in the pipeline long before the pandemic is how property businesses and renters interact in a digital-first world. Whether it’s a residential property or a commercial office space, for a long or short-term rental, people will always need a roof over their head to live and work. And now, in the “new normal”, commercial renters are uncertain of the office sizes they require as residential renters have greater flexibility on where they choose to live and work due to hybrid working. We’re now in an age where property managers require smart and secure solutions that simplify customer assessment, property management, background proper screening, and rent payment processing. Even deciding the best property to rent becomes a virtual journey to improve efficiencies, but the property manager needs to have full evidence of customers being who they say they are, to avoid risks and fraud while improving the experience. This podcast explores the opportunities and challenges of property renting in 2021 and beyond, for both consumers and businesses, and how Digital Identity and leading Identity Verification solutions are vital for delivering convenient, secure, smart digital interactions that work better for everyone, whatever the property may be.
Sarah Clark - Senior Vice President, Digital Identity. Mastercard
Michael Brown - Executive Vice President Inhabit IQ
In this episode of the State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi talks with Eric Olden, the co-founder and CEO of Strata Identity. Join us as they discuss the challenges faced by today’s multi-vendor/multi-cloud enterprise technology landscape and how forward-looking executives view identity as an opportunity, not a cost center. They also delve into the importance of moving towards passwordless authentication and the role of identity orchestration in addressing these challenges.
In this episode of the State of Identity podcast, Liminal host Cameron D’Ambrosi and Justin McCarthy, the co-founder and CTO of StrongDM explore the dynamic landscape of digital identity and access management, addressing the challenges and trends that shape the industry. They talk about what it means to move towards a “credential-less” world and discuss the complexities of authentication, authorization, and the role of proxies in bridging old and new technologies. McCarthy highlights the imperative for convergence among various tools, including the essential role of AI, providing a unified approach to access control, governance, and policy enforcement.
Join Liminal in this podcast episode as we delve into the evolving landscape of fraud prevention and identity security. Our guest, Amelia Algren, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Operations at BioCatch, sheds light on how the intersection of behavioral biometrics and industry collaboration is shaping a new era of protection against scams and cyber threats. Discover how generative AI and deepfakes alter the game for fraudsters and understand the impending increase in fraud liability for financial institutions. Explore innovative biometric technology that captures subtle cues in user behavior to identify fraudsters and safeguard digital transactions. Learn how it’s paving the way for a safer digital world – from detecting account takeovers to uncovering advanced impersonation scams. Tune in to gain insights into the strategies revolutionizing the fight against fraud.
Join us as Trinsic’s Co-founder & CEO, Riley Hughes, shares insights into the process of establishing the infrastructure for deploying reusable identities across various industries and use cases. In this episode, we discuss Utah’s age verification mandate and explore the future of business models for monetizing verifiable credentials.
Trusona Founder & CEO Ori Eisen joins State of Identity for a deep dive into all things passwordless. Learn the most common mistakes platforms make when attempting to move beyond passwords, why stakeholders beyond the CISO must be involved in the conversation, and how platforms can have their cake and eat it when it comes to delighting customers without making cybersecurity risk sacrifices.
Domingo Guerra, EVP of Trust at Incode, joins State of Identity podcast host Cameron D’Ambrosi to discuss why trust underpins digital innovation, how Incode is seeking to differentiate its platform amidst increasing competition, and the most exciting new use cases and verticals for identity-proofing beyond regulated industries.