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The IdentityMind Blog

Can’t Miss Sessions at Money20/20 2019 Las Vegas

October 17, 2019

We’ve been going to Money 20/20 for a long time. For a company that focuses on reducing risk and increasing the effectiveness of Anti-Money laundering (AML), Know Your Customer (KYC), sanctions and PEP screening, and Identity Proofing efforts, Money 20/20 is a great fit. We’ve met a wide variety of companies big and small focused […]


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Automated Review Policy – Effective Reduction of False Positives

August 8, 2019

Introduction to Automated Review Policy Last week, we received a patent for our Automated Review Policy. Automated Review Policy, or ARP, is a way to look at “risky” data and remove the cases that aren’t, in fact, risky for the business. So, in other words, it’s a way to “Accept” more. We were excited about […]


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Transaction Monitoring for Anti-Money Laundering Based on Digital Identity

May 1, 2019

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Digital Identities and the Power of a Corroboration Hub: Working Together for Better KYC and AML

January 22, 2019

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

May 16, 2018

For those of us who have been creating and developing products for years, there is nothing more difficult than having your product not map to a specific category or defined by an analyst firm. Few companies succeed in creating a new market category by themselves. And, not having a category can complicate explaining what your […]


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