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The IdentityMind Blog

IdentityMind 2.0: How our Clients Helped us Shape Transaction Monitoring

May 25, 2018

Transaction monitoring is the centerpiece of a successful AML compliance program, and is required to meet AML and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) regulations. However, we know that companies have to contend with the high cost of compliance operations, often due to outdated, unreliable compliance systems that hold back potential success. For IdentityMind 2.0, we completely rethought […]


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Trusted Digital Identities and a Common Framework for Proofing, Monitoring and Trusting Identities

May 22, 2018

We have been an innovator in digital identities since 2013, and our core premise has not changed in those five years: the more you know about a user, the easier it is to assess the risk of doing business with them. Our platform gathers information, then applies machine learning and graph analysis to that information […]


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Digital Identity Verification Solves Ever-growing Compliance Challenges

May 15, 2018

Every industry fine and regulatory penalty widens the gap between customer-friendly new account set-up processes and financial centers’ anti-money laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance methods.  Regulators are wearing magnifying lenses, thanks to the rise of cryptocurrency initial coin offerings (ICOs), past banking behaviors, large scale data breaches, and smarter criminals.  Consumers are […]


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Launch Event: Mexico City

May 10, 2018

We know that the online world is different from the physical world in where and how -people  interact. The centerpiece of the digital world, as it is in the physical world, is trust, and ultimately, identity. Do you know who you are doing business with… and do you trust them? Identity is fundamental to the […]


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Can ICO Securities Become Utility Tokens?

May 3, 2018

In November 2017, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Jay Clayton said he has “yet to see an ICO that doesn’t have a sufficient number of hallmarks of a security.”  This statement, along with a marked uptick in regulatory action at both the state and federal level have caused many to speculate that […]


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5 Can’t-Miss Sessions at LendIt FinTech USA 2018

April 6, 2018

We’re looking forward to exhibiting next week at the sixth annual LendIt FinTech USA conference in San Francisco on April 9-10. The conference was focused on online lenders when it was first started in 2013 and has expanded to include FinTech, digital banking, and a co-located event covering blockchain in financial services.


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5 Can’t-Miss Sessions at KNOW Identity 2018

March 23, 2018

The identity industry’s flagship industry, the KNOW Identity Conference, is only a few days away. We’ve been looking forward to sharing our ideas and expertise with the community shaping the future of the industry. Hosted by One World Identity, the conference brings together a unique combination of leaders in the cybersecurity, trust & safety, and […]


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Are ICOs Money Service Businesses now?

March 20, 2018

In one of our recent webinars, Sarah Hody, of the law firm Perkins Coie stated that “If a token is administrating or exchanging virtual currencies, FinCEN could deem the ICO issuer a money transmitter, which would require them to be registered under the federal BSA guidelines.” Well, FinCEN recently revealed a letter where they state […]


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Reducing the Burden of GDPR Compliance Cost

March 16, 2018

When we began designing our now patented Digital Identity technology — Electronic DNA (eDNA™) — one of the first discussions we had was how to build a technology that created a digital identity, while preserving individual’s privacy. Our principles were very clear and have not changed: our technology doesn’t store or disclose information that could compromise an individual’s identity. […]


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Why Getting 6,000 Sanctions Screening Matches Is a Good Thing

March 15, 2018

Regulated institutions are required to screen potential and existing client data against lists of people, countries and business entities they are forbidden from working with. These lists are provided by domestic and international regulatory bodies, such as the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC), or the UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI). […]


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