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IdentityMind Veteran Drives Evolution of the IdentityMind Platform

IdentityMind, Digital Identities You Can Trust, today announced the promotion of Cynthia Tham to Vice President of Engineering. Cynthia has been a part of the company’s success for over six years, bringing a wealth of experience to Development, QA and UX.

“Cynthia has been a core member of our Engineering team for years” said Garrett Gafke, President and CEO, IdentityMind. “She has demonstrated her tenacity in driving our global engineering team to deliver our award winning digital identity platform to clients worldwide. Her leadership has earned her the respect of our entire team and this promotion is well-deserved and a testament to the value she brings to IdentityMind. We are lucky to have her in this important leadership role within our organization. 

Cynthia has a Computer Science degree from the University of California San Diego. Prior to IdentityMind, she was an Engineering Manager for NetApp. She was a lead contributor to the ISO Remote Database Access Standard that was also adopted by the SQL Access Group while she was working for Retix, an OSI-based technology company. She also led the effort of publishing the OMG Mobile Agent System Interoperability Facility (MASIF) while she was working for General Magic in Mobile Agent technology.

About IdentityMind

IdentityMind, creator of Trusted Digital Identities (TDIs), offers a SaaS platform for online risk management and compliance automation. We help companies reduce client onboarding fraud and transaction fraud, and improve AML, sanctions screening, and KYC. IdentityMind continuously builds, validates and risk scores digital identities through eDNA™ technology to ensure global business safety and compliance from customer onboarding and throughout the customer lifecycle. We securely track the entities involved in each transaction (e.g. consumers, merchants, cardholders, payment wallets, alternative payment methods) to build payment reputations, and allow companies to identify and reduce potential fraud, evaluate merchant account applications, onboard accounts, enable identity verification services, and identify potential money laundering. For more information, visit IdentityMind on the Web, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Blog, and Google My Business.

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