The Zero Trust model is the belief that no one should be trusted from inside or outside your network, until their identity has been verified. Zero trust refers to the alignment of maturing identity practices, an established understanding of user behaviors, and the application of least-privilege access security policy decisions to trust boundaries. In this week’s State of Identity, host, Cameron D’Ambrosi debunks the buzz around zero trust architecture with Ryan Case, Chief Cybersecurity Architect at SailPoint. They provide first-hand guidance on identity-defined security architecture and how it enriches authorization with both contextual and intelligent access information to make objective decisions. In this session, you’ll learn how to reduce friction to end-users while enabling deliberate identity verification and policy decisions.
Ryan Case, Chief Cybersecurity Architect at SailPoint
On this week’s State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi is joined by ID5 CEO, Mathieu Roche to explain how identity solutions are a means to enforce data protection mechanisms rather than go against them. They present and explain what ID5 does in contrast to the surveillance advertising narrative.
What is a synthetic identity and who is doing it? On this State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi and Kurt Weiss, Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Ekata discuss synthetic identity and the levels of sophistication. Can it be solved, and what are the keys to solving the problem?
On this week’s State of Identity podcast, host, Cameron D’Ambrosi sits down with Aaron Goldsmid, VP of Product for Twilio Communications Platform. They discuss verified identity as a primitive of the internet and the digital “anti-fragile identity” becoming better than in real life.
How can document fraud detection help fight identity fraud? On this State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi discusses building AI and machine learning models for a fraud vector with Inscribe Co-Founder and CTO, Conor Burke. This duo breaks down the challenges banks and fintechs face in combatting fraud.
Understanding where your user is physically located is critical for compliance, trust and safety, and anti-fraud applications. On this week’s State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi welcomes Isabella Edmonds, Head of Government Relations at Geocomply. They discuss the shifting regulatory and industry landscape, and the role geographic signals should play within a digital identity tech stack.
What is the difference between alternative and behavioral data; how widely are they used in fintech and other verticals today? On this week’s State of Identity podcast, host Cameron D’Ambrosi and Michele Tucci, Chief Strategy Officer & MD of Americas at credolab discuss how alternative data with AI & ML algorithms can promote greater financial inclusion and improve lenders’ profitability by better understanding their customers.