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The IdentityMind Blog

Snowden & KYC

June 1, 2017

We recently returned from the K(NO)W Identity Conference hosted by One World Identity, the first major conference focused on digital identities. For years identities have been taken for granted, while most business leaders didn’t realize that they sit at the center of every business transaction in the digital era. Our friends from One World Identity […]

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8 Can’t Miss Sessions at K(NO)W Identity Conference 2017

May 9, 2017

With One World Identity’s K(NO)W Identity Conference just around the corner, you must be preparing to attend the conference, checking the agenda, the speakers, and the sponsors, so you can plan and make the most of it. To help you a little bit with your time management, here is a list of the absolute can’t miss […]

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RegTech Power: eDNA™ and IdentityLink API™  in a Simple (Yet Powerful) Widget

April 25, 2017

In version 1.24 of the IdentityMind platform, we introduced the concept of a risk and compliance dashboard. Our new dashboards were designed to help you improve operations by providing a quick overview of the operational aspects of the risk and compliance efforts that you are most focused on. The dashboards are a combination of user-chosen […]

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What You Should’ve Learned at ACAMS – Days 2 and 3

April 13, 2017

Summary: Days 2 and 3 discussed how ISIS is losing, cyber, the risks associated with banking marketplace lending, what a culture of compliance means, how to handle cyber-based extortion, fraud and ransomware attacks, and how AML personnel are dinosaurs. ISIS is losing, and that’s not always a good thing     Malcolm Nance, Former US […]

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The Rise and Potential Impact of Digital Identities

March 2, 2017

Guest blogpost by Travis Jarae, from One World Identity. The first form of identity or individual consensus records dates back nearly 4000 B.C., with the Babylonians. We think they primarily used this for determining how much food they would need per person. Not much has changed since the Babylonians – we still use a census to […]

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A Real Digital Identity: a patent years in the making

November 17, 2016

Two weeks ago we were granted a patent in our core technology, Electronic DNA™, eDNA™ for short, the engine behind the creation of Trusted Digital Identities. We are thrilled! eDNA™ describes an internet identity (individual or a merchant) by looking at attributes and how these attributes relate to each other. eDNA™ also captures the behavior, […]

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