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As the world welcomes remote work as the new standard for many jobs, how can companies manage their workforce while providing workers with privacy at home?
This week on State of Identity, Eli Sutton, VP of Global Operations at Teramind Inc., joins OWI to discuss the balance of compliance and culture in a “new normal” and how employers can and should leverage the data they receive from employee monitoring and project management tools.
Onfido CEO Mike Tuchen shares his insights on the digital identity space, and the challenges businesses and consumers face. Tuchen discusses the need for a privacy-first approach, the growing demand for reusable digital identities, and the shift towards user control of personal information.
Secfense Chief Technology Officer, Marcin Szary, joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi to explore the current authentication landscape. They discuss why FIDO Alliance has been a truly transformative moment for the death of the password, how Secfense sets itself apart in a crowded and competitive landscape, and Marcin’s predictions for the future.
Measuring the reach of digital advertising and smartphone app performance is a difficult task made more challenging by tightening data privacy regulations. Edik Mitelman, SVP & GM of Privacy Cloud at AppsFlyer joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi to discuss the current state of the consumer data landscape, how platforms must balance first- and third-party data usage, and why the death of cookies is a tremendous opportunity.
John Bambenek, Principal Threat Hunter at Netenrich, joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi for a deep dive into the current trends across the cybersecurity landscape, from ChatGPT and deepfake offensive threats to leveraging data analytics across your XDR, SIEM and SOAR technology stacks for improved defenses.
Vyacheslav Zholudev, Chief Technology Officer of Sumsub, discusses the current state of the identity verification market with podcast host Cameron D’Ambrosi. They explore the factors driving platforms to move beyond basic identity verification and into other aspects of the digital identity lifecycle. They also discuss the challenges of implementing artificial intelligence in regulated use cases such as anti-money laundering (AML) transaction monitoring.
Host Cameron D’Ambrosi is joined by guest Marcus Bartram, General Partner and founding team member at Telstra Ventures, to dive into his company’s digital identity investment thesis, its transition from corporate VC to an independent fund, Strata Identity’s right to win, and the expanding role of identity in the cybersecurity landscape.