Is the digital identity layer missing or just misplaced?

Is the digital identity layer missing or just misplaced?

The orchestration of existing services and data could provide a digital identity layer that gives the internet a common way to handle identity for all consumers.

Can the re-use of identity data be a silver bullet for industry?

Can the re-use of identity data be a silver bullet for industry?

The ability to re-use identity data for individuals across different systems would greatly simplify authentication. Here's what it would take to make it happen.

Using citizen IDs for commercial services will take an identity ecosystem

Using citizen IDs for commercial services will take an identity ecosystem

Citizen identity systems like the UK’s Verify initiative are costly. It only makes sense to offset that cost by allowing commercial entities to utilize citizen IDs. Here's what it will take.

Self-sovereign identity: 3 key questions

Self-sovereign identity: 3 key questions

SSI is on the extreme end of the digital identity spectrum. Its focus is putting control back in the hands of you, the user. But SSI is not the only way to skin a cat.

Have we reached peak privacy? How good IAM and privacy can coexist

Have we reached peak privacy? How good IAM and privacy can coexist

Why privacy needs to remain at the forefront of identity and access management.

15 secure coding practices to use in digital identity

15 secure coding practices to use in digital identity

Secure coding of any application or service is important, but it is vital in systems that process personal data.

Women in identity management: 4 newcomers to watch

Women in identity management: 4 newcomers to watch

Identity management veterans Diana Volere, Diane Joyce, Eve Maler and Susan Morrow introduce you to new entrants in the field.

Digital identity, the blockchain and the GDPR: A round peg in a square hole?

Digital identity, the blockchain and the GDPR: A round peg in a square hole?

Can an immutable record and GDPR data subject rights co-exist? Why blockchain might not be able to deliver on data privacy requirements.

Can digital identity cure the chronically ill?

Can digital identity cure the chronically ill?

A secure, verifiable digital identity for patients would improve communication and information sharing across multiple specialists and caregivers.

How identity layering improves data flow

How identity layering improves data flow

The layered approach for security is dead. Long live layered digital identity and identity in depth.

Is it time to drop our identity to become frictionless?

Is it time to drop our identity to become frictionless?

How the data behind the identity is driving services and will help move us away from knowledge-based verification.

Building relationships using digital identity

Building relationships using digital identity

The how and why of building an identity platform based on reciprocal altruism.

DAM if you do and DAM if you don’t

DAM if you do and DAM if you don’t

How Digital Asset Management and identity management are perfect partners.

Security versus usability a conundrum in modern identity management?

Security versus usability a conundrum in modern identity management?

Convenience and usability vs. security when dealing with a valuable verified identity.

The costs, the privacy and the security of IAM and personal data sharing

The costs, the privacy and the security of IAM and personal data sharing

Resolving the issues of data storage and security when implementing life management platforms.

Feeling secure enough to use open source for IAM projects

Feeling secure enough to use open source for IAM projects

Using open source software to add functionality to your IAM systems within a secure framework.

Will WebAuthn replace passwords or not?

Will WebAuthn replace passwords or not?

Or, the password is dead – long live the password.

Can we use a social media model to improve privacy attitudes?

Can we use a social media model to improve privacy attitudes?

The advent of social privacy.

How the Facebook privacy debacle is connected to the movement of IAM to containers

How the Facebook privacy debacle is connected to the movement of IAM to containers

Trust by Design can help us to build better and safer IAM platforms where the privacy of personal data is respected.

The cloud’s the limit for secure, compliant identity storage and personal data

The cloud’s the limit for secure, compliant identity storage and personal data

As we go forward into secure, compliant, digital identity-driven ecosystems, we need to understand how to get their security right.

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