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The IdentityMind Blog

Aite Report: “Fraud, Authentication, and Orchestration Hubs: A Path To Greater Agility”

January 16, 2020

“IdentityMind’s platform… utilizes digital identities to reduce fraud risk and decrease compliance costs throughout the customer lifecycle.” Julie Conroy,  AITE Group December 2019


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IdentityMind Platform Placed at the Top Level of AITE Group’s “Hub Maturity Curve”


IdentityMind outpaces the competition with its advanced orchestration hub   Palo Alto, Calif., Jan. 15, 2020 — IdentityMind, creator of Trusted Digital Identities (TDIs), today announced its risk and compliance identity platform was recognized in AITE Group’s recent report, “Fraud, Authentication, and Orchestration Hubs: A Path to Greater Agility.”   The report focuses on the […]


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The IdentityMind Platform: A Mature Orchestration Hub


The recent report by AITE Group: “Fraud, Authentication, and Orchestration Hubs: A Path To Greater Agility”, reinforces the strategic value of the Identity Platform we have built. Download the Full Report We designed our Platform on the premise that the more you know about an individual, the more accurately you are able to assess the […]


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IdentityMind Partners with iovation to Strengthen Device Intelligence

January 15, 2020

iovation’s Device Reputation and Fraud Prevention Solution is Available  Through the IdentityMind Platform   IdentityMind, Digital Identities You Can Trust, announced today a partnership with iovation, a TransUnion company. Under the agreement, iovation’s award-winning device-based solution will be available through the IdentityMind Platform. iovation’s solution adds a stronger device representation to IdentityMind’s digital identity platform. […]


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Why Cryptocurrency Companies are Filing more SARs than Ever

January 9, 2020

Recently, Ken Blanco, the director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) announced that Cryptocurrency companies have filed 7,000 Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) since May. This is amazing when you consider that since 2013 cryptocurrency firms have filed only 11,000 SARs. This means 63% of SARs have been filed in the last 7 months.


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