Streambed Media Co-Founder & CEO Jenna Pilgrim joins State of Identity to discuss how she built a next-generation platform for content rights, distribution, and collective analytics, underpinned with blockchain technology.
What impact does eID have on the KYC space? On this week’s State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi is joined by Liudas Kanapienis, Co-Founder & CEO at Ondato. This duo discusses the impact of eIDs on the broader KYC space and where the industry is headed. Find out what lessons the rest of the world can learn from Baltic nations, deployment of eID.
On this week’s State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi sits down with serial entrepreneur, Mickey Boodaei, CEO and Co-Founder of Transmit Security. This duo discusses the challenges of finding an internal stakeholder champion to “own” identity across business units, why the UX battleground isn’t just about your competitors, it’s about any consumer experience across industry verticals, and the importance of shifting enterprise perspective on identity to encompass the entirety of the “digital identity lifecycle.”
How are organizations building technology that can help prevent fraud and automate KYC and compliance? State of Identity host, Cameron D’Ambrosi and Gbenga Odegbami, CEO and CoFounder of Youverify take on the hot topic of closing the gaps between businesses and consumer identities.
Why are banks adopting open banking solutions even when regulation isn’t requiring it? Join this week’s State of Identity podcast with host Cameron D’Ambrosi and Bose Chan, Head of Strategic Partnerships at MX to discuss what “open banking” is to banks, how it differs from end users or non-banking entities, and what to consider when it comes to building open banking capabilities.
Do you think traditional multi-factor authentication (MFA) is enough? On this State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi discusses key binding in biometrics with Daltrey Founder and CEO, Blair Crawford. This duo expands on passwordless authentication, liveness detection, and why it’s not about the passwords, but about your identity.