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Tuesday, 18. May 2021

Blockstack

Build Your Web 3.0 Startup on Bitcoin with Trevor Owens

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Thales Group

Découvrez le métier de Responsable Ingénierie Système chez Thales

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Metadium

Metadium AMA Recap (6th MAY 2021)

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Monday, 17. May 2021

ID Talk – FindBiometrics

ImageWare Looks to Investor Relations With Gateway Partnership

ImageWare‘s leadership are looking to add further fuel to the company’s ongoing transformation through a partnership with Gateway Investor Relations. The latter will work with ImageWare’s management team over the […] The post ImageWare Looks to Investor Relations With Gateway Partnership appeared first on FindBiometrics.

ImageWare‘s leadership are looking to add further fuel to the company’s ongoing transformation through a partnership with Gateway Investor Relations.

The latter will work with ImageWare’s management team over the coming months to develop an investor outreach and communications program, which will include introductions to institutional investors, sell-sde analysts, and “key influencers” in the finance community, according to a statement announcing the partnership. Gateway will also help to involve ImageWare in investor-related events.

It’s the latest important step in a long-term corporate overhaul being spearheaded by ImageWare CEO Kristin Taylor, who was appointed to the position in early 2020, just ahead of the COVID-19 pandemic. A number of efforts, described by Taylor as “transformative” changes in a recent quarterly update, have been implemented, including important executive appointments and a major rebrand of ImageWare’s flagship biometric security offering.

“Knowing that we find ourselves in the midst of an ongoing transformation, we believe the timing is right to redefine our value proposition to the investment community,” explained Taylor in the company’s latest announcement. “We have a compelling story that we believe needs to be communicated effectively to a wider audience, which is why we’ve selected Gateway to lead these efforts among other investor relations initiatives.”

In announcing the partnership, Taylor also highlighted the unique market opportunities that her company is now facing amid an intensifying need for secure access solutions in the “work-from-anywhere economy” that has solidified in the wake of COVID-19.

“In addition to the value within the historical businesses of law enforcement and public safety, we believe the financial, educational, and automotive spaces are rich with opportunity as the need for secure access leveraging biometrics is becoming one of the best ways to validate one’s identity.” On that note, ImageWare recently announced a new strategic advisory board featuring an executive from Gentex, a provider of automotive biometric technologies.

As for Gateway, the firm’s services were retained by another biometrics specialist – Aware, Inc. – last autumn. Aware’s share prices went on to see a significant uptick going into the new year, before trending downward in recent months.

May 17, 2021 – by Alex Perala

The post ImageWare Looks to Investor Relations With Gateway Partnership appeared first on FindBiometrics.


FPC Now Counts Two of World’s Top Three PC Makers Among Clients

Another major PC maker is integrating biometric technology from Fingerprint Cards. In announcing the development, FPC declined to name its customer, which it described as one of the world’s top […] The post FPC Now Counts Two of World’s Top Three PC Makers Among Clients appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Another major PC maker is integrating biometric technology from Fingerprint Cards.

In announcing the development, FPC declined to name its customer, which it described as one of the world’s top three PC manufacturers. It’s also a new customer for Fingerprint Cards, which means the company now works with two of the world’s top three PC manufacturers.

The customer’s work to integrate the sensor into a new device is “ongoing”, and FPC says it expects the first volume shipments of its sensors to go out to the client by the end of the year.

It’s another indication of the commercial opportunities that FPC is now pursuing in the emerging PC biometrics market, one of multiple strategic efforts aimed at expanding beyond the mobile biometrics space in which Fingerprint Cards made its name. The company launched a new biometric solution tailored for PC and laptop integrations last summer, and went on to see its technology used in a laptop device from Xiaomi.

Such PC integrations, together with ongoing business in the mobile sector, helped to drive strong revenues for FPC in its most recent quarterly update. The company is also eyeing opportunities in the nascent biometric payment cards market.

“I am very pleased with this additional design win in the PC segment,” commented Fingerprint Cards SVP Ted Hansson. “We are poised for continued growth in this segment, providing the perfect way to add convenient and secure authentication to PCs, thus doing away with the hassle of using insecure passwords and PINs.”

The news comes shortly after FPC’s announcement that it had received a follow-up order from a client in the physical access control sector, and in the wake of FIDO Biometric Component Certification for its partner FEITIAN’s biometric security key featuring FPC technology.

May 17, 2021 – by Alex Perala

The post FPC Now Counts Two of World’s Top Three PC Makers Among Clients appeared first on FindBiometrics.


FIDO Alliance Praises Biden’s New MFA Requirements

The FIDO Alliance is speaking out in support of Joe Biden’s recent Executive Order concerning cybersecurity. The Executive Order was signed on May 12, and was issued in response to […] The post FIDO Alliance Praises Biden’s New MFA Requirements appeared first on FindBiometrics.

The FIDO Alliance is speaking out in support of Joe Biden’s recent Executive Order concerning cybersecurity. The Executive Order was signed on May 12, and was issued in response to several high-profile cyberattacks that affected the US government and the national infrastructure. That includes the SolarWinds hack and the more recent ransomware attack against Colonial Pipeline that limited the availability of gasoline.

The Executive Order attempts to shore up some of the security gaps that were exposed in those attacks. To that end, it mandates that government agencies adopt strong multi-factor authentication (MFA) protocols, and encrypt sensitive information to the best of their abilities. That applies both to information being stored in databases and data that is in transit.

Federal Civilian Agencies have 180 days to comply with the Order, and are expected to file a progress update every 60 days. Those that cannot meet the deadline will have to send an explanation to the Secretary of Homeland Security.

For its part, the FIDO Alliance praised the order for emphasizing the importance of MFA, and for making it a priority across the entire federal infrastructure (and not just on the government’s existing PIV/PKI platform). The organization also celebrated the fact that Biden did not specify any one type of MFA, which gives agencies more freedom to implement their preferred authentication system. In that regard, the Order overrides the previous rule that prevented agencies from using any non-PIV authenticator.

The new Order, on the other hand, will allow agencies to use FIDO Authentication as an alternative to PIV technology. FIDO noted that products built to its standards offer full protection against phishing, which is still responsible for the majority of the cyberattacks targeting the government.

The organization has previously worked with the government to bring FIDO authentication protocols to the login.gov web portal. With that in mind, FIDO argued that public and private organizations will need to work together to raise the level of security for essential systems.

May 17, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post FIDO Alliance Praises Biden’s New MFA Requirements appeared first on FindBiometrics.


FPC Forecasts Continued Growth for Capacitive Sensor Business

Fingerprint Cards (FPC) is predicting that the market for active capacitive fingerprint sensors will remain strong despite the growing popularity of in-display fingerprint sensors in some recent smartphones. The company […] The post FPC Forecasts Continued Growth for Capacitive Sensor Business appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Fingerprint Cards (FPC) is predicting that the market for active capacitive fingerprint sensors will remain strong despite the growing popularity of in-display fingerprint sensors in some recent smartphones. The company noted that it has continuously updated the design of its sensors to keep pace with the rate of innovation and deliver the same utility in a sleeker package.

In that regard, FPC called particular attention to its new FPC1542 sensor, which debuted in October and has since appeared in several new Xiaomi handsets. The FPC1542 is a curved sensor that can be integrated into the power or volume button on the side of the phone to enable capacitive fingerprint recognition without taking up space on the front or back of the device.

According to FPC, the sensor demonstrates how equipment manufacturers can make small design adjustments to improve the user experience in a meaningful way. The company argued that capacitive sensors still offer a compelling blend of convenience and security, making them an appealing option even when measured against newer authentication technologies like in-display sensors and face and iris recognition.

With that in mind, FPC believes that capacitive sensor shipments will increase in the next several years, reaching an estimated 800 million units annually by 2026. Those numbers speak to the growing ubiquity of mobile technology more generally. More and more people are storing digital IDs and making payments with their smartphones, and that creates a need for security solutions that can protect that sensitive information without creating friction.

As it stands, Juniper has indicated that biometric technologies will secure more than $3 trillion in mobile transactions by 2025. FPC, meanwhile, noted that authentication technologies are not mutually exclusive, and that capacitive sensors can be deployed alongside PINs, passwords, or facial recognition to enable two-factor authentication, or to provide people with options that are better suited to different situations. For example, someone might prefer to use a fingerprint sensor to unlock their phone while they are wearing a mask.

FPC credited its smartphone business for its strong sales figures in the first quarter of 2021.

May 17, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post FPC Forecasts Continued Growth for Capacitive Sensor Business appeared first on FindBiometrics.


AnyVision Provides Biometric Access and Attendance Tracking for FGF Brands Facilities

AnyVision is providing touchless access control and timekeeping services for a food production company in Toronto. FGF Brands mass-produces baked goods for grocery stores, coffee shops, and restaurants, and has […] The post AnyVision Provides Biometric Access and Attendance Tracking for FGF Brands Facilities appeared first on FindBiometrics.

AnyVision is providing touchless access control and timekeeping services for a food production company in Toronto. FGF Brands mass-produces baked goods for grocery stores, coffee shops, and restaurants, and has a client roster that includes major players like Starbucks and Walmart.

The partnership with AnyVision is intended to help streamline the company’s access and record keeping operations. To that end, FGF Brands has installed AnyVision’s Abraxas access control solution at seven facilities in the Toronto area, and has fully integrated the platform with its own time and attendance tracking software.

Abraxas uses facial recognition to verify the identities of employees as they approach a point of entry. Those employees will be clocked in at the same time, which means that the system will perform both functions in one simple step. FGF will also monitor the health of its employees with AnyVision thermal cameras that can deny access to anyone with an elevated temperature. The company decided to adopt the cameras to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

The integration was carried out via API. The automated system does away with traditional entry mechanisms like key cards and touchscreens, and lets people enter the building without making physical contact with a shared device.

“Facial recognition is only starting to be harnessed by industry to streamline operations and improve employee safety,” said AnyVision CEO Avi Golan. “Organizations like FGF are committed to innovative technologies that are safe, reliable and battle-tested.”

“AnyVision’s state-of-the-art facial recognition solution has become a catalyst for other integrations that fuel our workplace safety and efficiency,” added FGF Data Sciences and Analytics VP Tom Mansourfar.

AnyVision is currently trying to scale its authentication and access portfolio after bringing in $43 million in funding in September.  The company’s facial recognition algorithm posted a top-ten overall score in a recent round of NIST testing.

May 17, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post AnyVision Provides Biometric Access and Attendance Tracking for FGF Brands Facilities appeared first on FindBiometrics.


1Kosmos

VLOG #1: Michael Cichon and Michael Engle Discuss Pipelines, Executive Orders, and More

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ID Talk – FindBiometrics

IDEX Biometrics Announces New Chief Commercial Officer

Fingerprint identification technology specialist IDEX Biometrics has announced the addition of Catharina Eklof to its team as she was named the company’s newest Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Eklof brings with […] The post IDEX Biometrics Announces New Chief Commercial Officer appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Fingerprint identification technology specialist IDEX Biometrics has announced the addition of Catharina Eklof to its team as she was named the company’s newest Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).

Eklof brings with her a wealth of global executive management experience, with 20 years in the financial services, retail, travel, and security sectors, including a number of Fortune 500 companies, and 12 years working out of Mastercard’s London, Brussels, and New York offices.

While at Mastercard, Eklof — who holds an MBA in International Business and a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Uppsala, Sweden — played a vital role helping to establish the payment giant’s global strategic merchant program, which focused on bringing digital payment solutions and new, data-driven business models to organizations around the world.

More recently, she served as the CCO of Stockholm-based cyber security company Defentry AB, and has served on the Board of Directors of the largest securities brokerage in Sweden, Avanza Bank.

“I am very excited to welcome Catharina to our leadership team,” said Vince Graziani, Chief Executive Officer of IDEX Biometrics. “Her considerable experience and expertise in security and card-based payment technologies will be extremely valuable to IDEX Biometrics as we continue to accelerate commercialization of our leading card-based authentication solutions.”      

The addition of Eklof, which will take effect on June 1st, comes just a few days after IDEX announced another addition to its team, with the appointment of financial services industry veteran Annika Olsson as the newest member of its Board of Directors.

IDEX is in the midst of preparing for growth opportunities in the emerging biometric payment cards market. In March of this year IDEX announced that the TrustedBio fingerprint sensor it developed for use with biometric cards had moved into the mass production phase.

May 17 2021 – by Tony Bitzionis

The post IDEX Biometrics Announces New Chief Commercial Officer appeared first on FindBiometrics.


Biometric Simplified Arrival Comes to North Carolina

US Customs and Border Protection’s biometric traveler screening program continues to expand across the country, this time reaching the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) in North Carolina. Dubbed “Simplified Arrival”, […] The post Biometric Simplified Arrival Comes to North Carolina appeared first on FindBiometrics.

US Customs and Border Protection’s biometric traveler screening program continues to expand across the country, this time reaching the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) in North Carolina.

Dubbed “Simplified Arrival”, the program uses facial recognition to verify travelers’ identities by matching their faces to their travel and identity documents, and matching the latter against government records. The program has come under fire from civil rights groups over concerns including the potential racial bias of facial recognition algorithms, but the CBP has repeatedly boasted about the technology’s utility in catching imposters, and has also highlighted other benefits of the program including enhanced efficiency and the “touchless travel experience” it enables.

The photos of foreign nationals processed through Simplified Arrival are stored in Department of Homeland Security databases, whereas new photos of US citizens are deleted within 12 hours of capture. Those who are not required to provide biometrics when crossing the border are allowed to opt out of the face scan by notifying a CBP officer.

In announcing Simplified Arrival’s implementation at CLT, the CBP indicated that it has plans to further expand the biometric screening system’s presence across the state’s borders, with CBP Charlotte port director Barry Chastain asserting that the “CBP looks forward to partnering with stakeholders at other international ports of entry across N.C. to implement Simplified Arrival.”

Officials at the CLT airport have welcomed the deployment. “We are excited to partner with U.S. Customs and Border Protection to offer Simplified Arrival at CLT,” commented the airport’s Acting Aviation Director, Haley Gentry. “As one of the busiest airports in the world, this innovative technology will provide our millions of passengers each year an enhanced customer experience upon their return to the U.S.”

The CBP’s CLT announcement arrives shortly after the news that Simplified Arrival would be implemented at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) in Honolulu, through a partnership between the CBP and the Hawaii Department of Transportation.

May 17, 2021 – by Alex Perala

The post Biometric Simplified Arrival Comes to North Carolina appeared first on FindBiometrics.


Auth0

Creating Interactive Maps with Python

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1Kosmos

Kevin Brown- Passwordless Identity Program (PIP)

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KuppingerCole

Do we really need Cloud Identity Entitlement Management (CIEM) | Analyst Chat 76

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Thales Group

Assemblée Générale Mixte Thales 2021

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Monday, 17. May 2021

Raonsecure

Using OmniOne: Mobile ID by Ministry of the Interior and Safety

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Sunday, 16. May 2021

Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 17 05 2021

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Sunday, 16. May 2021

Data Swift

Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Slow Computing - Professor Chris Ivory

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Energeo: Geospatial Indecarbonisation - Ian Dee, CEO of Energeo

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Hack from Home 2021 - Workshop - Personal Data Accounts and how to use them - Steve Ashby

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Driving Community Change - Dr Emily Prestwood

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - CAPE: Community Ownership of Solar Energy - Dave Morgan

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Hack from Home 2021 - Decarbonisation - Welcome to Day 2 - James Kingston

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Saturday, 15. May 2021

ID Talk – FindBiometrics

Facial Recognition in the Spotlight: This Week’s Top Biometrics Stories

This week’s top stories on FindBiometrics were, with one notable exception, all about facial recognition – for good and for ill. Let’s start with the exception (and, to be clear, […] The post Facial Recognition in the Spotlight: This Week’s Top Biometrics Stories appeared first on FindBiometrics.

This week’s top stories on FindBiometrics were, with one notable exception, all about facial recognition – for good and for ill.

Let’s start with the exception (and, to be clear, face biometrics still factored in here). FindBiometrics visitors showed considerable interest this week in a recent webinar, now available on-demand, that tackled the mainstreaming of biometrics over the next decade. Participants included FaceTec CEO Kevin Alan Tussy, CITeR Director Stephanie Schuckers, Better Identity Coalition Coordinator Jeremy Grant, and Frost & Sullivan security industry analyst Danielle VanZandt:

ON-DEMAND: Redefining Biometrics for the Next Decade of Digital Work and Life

Now, to put facial recognition in the spotlight: readers were drawn to this week’s news that Deliveroo, the UK’s popular food delivery service, is implementing biometric identity checks for its delivery drivers. In an effort to fight fraud, the service will require drivers to periodically submit selfie photos while on the job, to prove that no one else is acting in their stead:

Deliveroo Using Facial Recognition to Clamp Down on Shared Accounts

Selfie authentication also shared a bit of the spotlight this week with another approach to biometric security – behavioral biometrics. Renowned selfie onboarding specialist FacePhi has teamed up with behavioral biometrics expert Revelock to offer a comprehensive joint security solution to financial services providers:

FacePhi and Revelock Team Up to Provide Comprehensive Coverage for Financial Sector

Meanwhile, another facial recognition specialist, Paravision, had some big investment news. Paravision announced that it had raised $23 million in its latest funding round, attracting contributions from Marlinspike Capital, Atomic, Icon Ventures, Perot Jain, Red Cell Partners, and one of its big-name clients – HID Global:

HID Global Contributes to $23 Million Round of Paravision Funding

And finally, readers also showed interest in the dark side of facial recognition. PimEyes came under scrutiny this week for misleading messaging about its face search solution. The company says it protects end users’ privacy, but in practice it may enable stalking and intrusive surveillance:

Face Search Specialist PimEyes Criticized for Misleading Business Practices

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Stay posted to FindBiometrics next week as we continue to bring you the latest news and interviews from the exciting world of biometrics. To see the hottest stories of the week in mobile digital identity, visit our sibling site Mobile ID World.

May 15, 2021 – by Alex Perala

The post Facial Recognition in the Spotlight: This Week’s Top Biometrics Stories appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Saturday, 15. May 2021

Data Swift

Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Personal Data Local Renewable Energy Communities, Daniel Schwab

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Hack from Home 2021 - Decarbonisation - Workshop - Dataswift Developer Tutorial, Tyler Weir

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Consumer, Prosumer, Prosumager, Fereidoon P. Sioshansi

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Expert Stage - Future of Heat - Professor Martin Freer

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Hack from Home 2021 - Decarbonisation - Workshop - Dataswift Developer Tutorial, Marios Tsekis

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Blockchain and New Sustainable Business Models - Prof Yu Xiong

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Hack from Home 2021 - Expert Stage - Saving Energy with Smart Meters - Dr Aurore Julian

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Hack from Home 2021 - Decarbonisation - Building Apps with Dataswift - Augustinas Markevicius

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Hack from Home 2021 - Decarbonisation - Submitting Your Project + Success Criteria - James Kingston

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Friday, 14. May 2021

ID Talk – FindBiometrics

YOUNiQ Helps Precise Weather Volatile Mobile Market

Precise Biometrics has released an interim financial report for the first quarter of 2021. In that regard, the company’s performance was slightly worse than it was in the first quarter […] The post YOUNiQ Helps Precise Weather Volatile Mobile Market appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Precise Biometrics has released an interim financial report for the first quarter of 2021. In that regard, the company’s performance was slightly worse than it was in the first quarter of 2020, coming in at SEK 20.3 million in revenue (approximately $2.4 million USD) instead of the SEK 23.065 million the company brought in the year before.

According to Precise, much of that shortfall can be attributed to COVID-19, which disrupted the mobile market and created a component shortage for equipment manufacturers. That lowered product volume and decreased the amount that Precise expected to collect in royalties for providing technology for those devices.  

However, Precise noted that its efforts to diversify its portfolio have started to pay dividends, and that its move into the access control space has made the company less reliant on the mobile industry alone. The company carried out several YOUNiQ installations during the first three months of the year, deploying face-based access control technology at Science Village in Lund and at the North Country Incubator facility at Clarkson University. The latter represents Precise’s first YOUNiQ project in the United States.

Precise was still active on the mobile front, announcing that Qualcomm has integrated Precise’s biometric matching software into its latest generation of in-display fingerprint sensors. KONA I also received a Mastercard Letter of Approval for a card featuring Precise fingerprint tech, though that letter arrived shortly after the period covered in the report.

Financially speaking, Precise suffered a loss of about SEK 3.8 million (as opposed to a profit of SEK 148,000 in the comparable quarter of last year), but it did enjoy a positive EBITDA of SEK 22,000. Its cash flow from operations came to negative SEK 660,000, down from about SEK 6.9 million in 2020.

Precise believes that its YOUNiQ prospects will continue to improve as companies search for more eco-friendly access solutions that do not rely on plastic cards or tags. The company has launched a pilot project with an existing customer to help minimize energy consumption.

May 14, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post YOUNiQ Helps Precise Weather Volatile Mobile Market appeared first on FindBiometrics.


Cerence-P97 Partnership Enables In-Car Gas Payments Via Biometric Authorization

Cerence has officially added P97 Networks to its Cerence Pay partner program. P97’s mobile commerce platform will be fully integrated with the Cerence Pay platform as a result, which will […] The post Cerence-P97 Partnership Enables In-Car Gas Payments Via Biometric Authorization appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Cerence has officially added P97 Networks to its Cerence Pay partner program. P97’s mobile commerce platform will be fully integrated with the Cerence Pay platform as a result, which will in turn make it much easier for drivers to pay for gas and other goods while on the go.

In that regard, P97 offers support for most of the major fuel brands in the United States, and its services are already available at more than 30 percent of the retail gas stations in the country. The arrangement with Cerence will simply allow drivers to access those services through their vehicle’s infotainment system. More specifically, drivers will be able to use their voice to announce that they intend to purchase gas, and can then authorize that payment biometrically using the car’s face and voice recognition features.

Drivers can also use the platform to look up nearby gas stations (and research their prices and amenities) before plugging one into the navigation system. They can then pay for a car wash or order curbside pickup items from the gas station convenience store if they so desire.

“Voice-powered payments are becoming an increasingly critical element of today’s mobility experience,” said P97 Innovation SVP David Nichamoff. “We are proud to partner with Cerence to bring our gas station commerce services to Cerence Pay.”

“The Cerence Pay partner ecosystem is integral to our delivery of a flexible platform that enables OEMs to create unique branded experiences that meet the needs of their drivers,” added Cerence VP and Apps GM Nils Lenke. “With the addition of P97 to our partner roster, we are further expanding the capabilities of Cerence Pay and the automotive assistant with extensive reach to fueling sites across the US.”

Cerence introduced Cerence Pay back in July. Visa, Parkopedia, and Arrive were all part of the payment ecosystem at launch, with the latter two companies serving as providers of paid parking services. The company has since backed up its cybersecurity posture with ISO 27001 certification, and integrated the Cerence Pay platform with the Xevo Market.

(Originally posted on Mobile ID World)  

The post Cerence-P97 Partnership Enables In-Car Gas Payments Via Biometric Authorization appeared first on FindBiometrics.


Digicert

Introducing the new DigiCert Smart Seal – a better way to display website security | Japanese

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Introducing the new DigiCert Smart Seal – a better way to display website security | Spanish

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Introducing the new DigiCert Smart Seal – a better way to display website security | French

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Friday, 14. May 2021

Blockstack

Decentralized IDs: Community Call with Jolocom

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Friday, 14. May 2021

Digicert

Introducing the new DigiCert Smart Seal – a better way to display website security | German

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Equinix

Interconnect Google and Oracle Clouds Using Equinix Network Edge

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Fission

Kosmik App with founder Paul Rony

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Zilqua

Zilliqa x National Gallery of Singapore (Y-Lab): NFT Event for Artists & Creators

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ValidatedID

Signature électronique spécifiquement destinée à être utilisée dans JobRouter

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Thursday, 13. May 2021

Radiant Logic | Federated Identity

Radiant Logic Webinar: Access Management Solution for the Public Sector

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Thursday, 13. May 2021

1Kosmos

Arthur Money Testimonial

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Privileged Access Management-PAM

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Auth0

What is Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM)?

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KABN

Exciting Updates as the Official Sale Date of the May Pang Gallery Approaches

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Thursday, 13. May 2021

OWI - State of Identity

Synthesis AI: Looking to the Future With Synthetic Data

On this episode of State of Identity, we welcome Yashar Behzadi, CEO of Synthesis AI, a company that is pioneering synthetic data technology to build more capable AI. Behzadi joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi to discuss how data quality and quantity can affect model successes and failures. They also  talk about customer pain points and how, ultimately, company founders lay the foundation for co

On this episode of State of Identity, we welcome Yashar Behzadi, CEO of Synthesis AI, a company that is pioneering synthetic data technology to build more capable AI. Behzadi joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi to discuss how data quality and quantity can affect model successes and failures. They also  talk about customer pain points and how, ultimately, company founders lay the foundation for company culture. 

Thursday, 13. May 2021

Blockstack

Stacks SIP Reading Club: SIP-003

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Consensys

Getting Started with ConsenSys Quorum Webinar

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Consensys

Introducing ConsenSys Quorum

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Blockstack

Stacker Chats | Q&A with Muneeb Ali & Gina Abrams | Ep. 2

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Digicert

Announcing DigiCert Automation

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Digicert

The cardio hack: PKI security in IoT pacemakers

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Digicert

The complex web of IoT security

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Digicert

Visual cues are the key to trust

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Digicert

Introducing the new DigiCert Smart Seal – a better way to display website security

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Berkman Klein Center

Foresight and Decolonial Humanitarian Tech Ethics

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Thales Group

Your mental health matters

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

platform of trust

The Trust Agenda: Integrating new technologies into smart buildings

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KuppingerCole

Dr. Carsten Stöcker: Decentralizing Provenance in an Industry 4.0 World | Frontier Talk #3

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

KuppingerCole

No Zero Trust Without Strong IAM - What You Need in IGA and Beyond for Enabling Zero Trust

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Modern IGA Capabilities and Zero Trust Identity

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Wednesday, 12. May 2021

Let's Talk about Digital Identity

Creating an open-source IAM wiki with Open-Measure Founder, David Doret – Podcast Episode 45

Let's talk about digital identity with David Doret, Deputy CISO and IAM Manager at BNP Paribas and Founder of Open-Measure. In episode 45, Oscar talks to David Doret about Open-Measure – the comprehensive, open-source Identity and Access Management (IAM) resource that he created as a not-for-profit initiative. The conversation explores how and why Open Measure came to be – and how anyone working wi
Let’s talk about digital identity with David Doret, Deputy CISO and IAM Manager at BNP Paribas and Founder of Open-Measure.

In episode 45, Oscar talks to David Doret about Open-Measure – the comprehensive, open-source Identity and Access Management (IAM) resource that he created as a not-for-profit initiative. The conversation explores how and why Open Measure came to be – and how anyone working with IAM, in any capacity, can get involved.

“IAM is so transversal within the organisation – we need to work with HR, IT, security, the full workforce, top management, customers – with everyone, basically.”

David Doret is a cybersecurity and IAM veteran. He worked in advisory services helping numerous organisations strengthen their security posture, held twice the position of CISO and specialised in IAM and risk management. He founded and runs the Open-Measure wiki for IAM professionals. He holds an MSc in Information Security, is certified GRCP, PMP, Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt, CISSP, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor and loves studying MOOCs as a hobby. He is currently Deputy CISO and IAM Manager at BNP Paribas.

Find David on LinkedIn and on Twitter @DavidDoret.

Contribute or provide feedback to Open-Measure at www.open-measure.org, or follow the LinkedIn feed at www.linkedin.com/company/open-measure/. The Open-Measure wiki can be found at open-measure.atlassian.net/wiki.

We’ll be continuing this conversation on Twitter using #LTADI – join us @ubisecure!

 

Tuesday, 11. May 2021

1Kosmos

John Loveland Verizon

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Auth0

Supercharge your Auth Pipeline with Auth0 Actions

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Secure Key

TrustBloc | Multi-Credential with Selective Disclosure Demonstration

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Tuesday, 11. May 2021

Thales Group

TopSIS-X: The next-generation airborne secure information system

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KABN

Liquid Avatar Technologies Inc. at FFCON 21

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Thales Group

Stuttgart, nouveau cœur ferroviaire de l’Europe - Thales

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Tuesday, 11. May 2021

Thales Group

Stuttgart, the new heart of European rail transport - Thales

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F126 frigates: the German navy equipped to deal with new threats - Thales

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Tuesday, 11. May 2021

Thales Group

Frégates F126, la Marine allemande s’équipe pour faire face aux nouvelles menaces - Thales

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Tuesday, 11. May 2021

Thales Group

Thales TrustNest Marketplace

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Monday, 10. May 2021

One World Identity

Investing Trends in Digital Identity Movers and Shakers in 2021 1

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The 2021 Identity Landscape

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Decentralized Identity The Nuts and Bolts of an Emerging Industry

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Monday, 10. May 2021

One World Identity

Expanding the Modern Technology

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Monday, 10. May 2021

One World Identity

Beyond Blockchain Next Gen ID Frameworks for Protecting Consumer Privacy and Securing Digital Asse

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The 2021 Identity Landscape Golden Cog Edition

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Monday, 10. May 2021

KABN

Walls & Bridges Promo

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Monday, 10. May 2021

KABN

Walls & Bridges May Pang Interview

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Monday, 10. May 2021

One World Identity

Cross Vertical Conversations with Identity’s Top Draft Pick

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Monday, 10. May 2021

Global ID

Greg Kidd: Is the role of banks passé?

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Monday, 10. May 2021

Equinix

Create a Support Ticket

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Create a Connection with a Z-side Token on Equinix Fabric 2021.2

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Create a Connection with an A-side Token on Equinix Fabric 2021.2

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New Connections Inventory on Equinix Fabric 2021.2

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Order Equinix Connect Wet-Signature with Equinix Connect 2021.2

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One World Identity

The Game That Changed It All

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The Future of Consumer Digital Identity is Mobile

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Monday, 10. May 2021

One World Identity

State of Consumer Digital Identity

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Monday, 10. May 2021

One World Identity

State of Identity Mobile Voting

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Monday, 10. May 2021

Hello User - Pingidentity

Episode 5 with Terry Crews

Description: Our guest today is actor, former NFL player, artist, activist, advocate, designer, and Ping Identity’s “Chief Identity Champion”, Terry Crews. We talk about how his identity is a complexity of all these things (and more), how to stay authentic to yourself, getting into character, having fun, and more. Most importantly, Terry is NOT taking my job! Key Takeaways: [2:30] Why did Te

Description:

Our guest today is actor, former NFL player, artist, activist, advocate, designer, and Ping Identity’s “Chief Identity Champion”, Terry Crews. We talk about how his identity is a complexity of all these things (and more), how to stay authentic to yourself, getting into character, having fun, and more. Most importantly, Terry is NOT taking my job!

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] Why did Terry take on the role of Chief Identity Champion with Ping?

[9:24] How does Terry stay authentic to himself when he’s being pulled in many directions?

[16:42] Identities are complex; they don’t need to be binary or partisan.

[23:01] How identity is wrapped up in what artists are “allowed” to do.

[24:59] How does Terry get into the mindset of playing a different character?

[27:08] Our faults, mistakes, and thus self-reflection are what make us human.

Quotes:

●“The best thing I learned is that everything has a story.” –Terry

●“I have chosen that the stories that I really want to represent also have to represent me.” –Terry

●“You really have to be comfortable going against the grain.” –Terry

●“Give people the same opportunities and empowerment to have some say and control over their digital personas as we do in the analog.” –Richard

●“This is what the great thing about identity is;you choose who you’re going to be.” –Terry

●“We are much more complex than any person that can put us in these little boxes.” –Terry

●“If we’re not always talking about empowerment, then we’re talking about disenfranchisement. Or we are settling for some form of mediocrity that creates situations where not everybody can participate.” –Richard

●“When you’re talking about identity, the only thing you’re talking about is being human.” –Terry

Mentioned in This Episode:Terry Crews, Ping Identity, Andre Durand

Monday, 10. May 2021

KuppingerCole

Get Rid of IAM Siloes | Analyst Chat 75

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Sunday, 09. May 2021

Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 10 05 2021

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Friday, 07. May 2021

HYPR

HYPR True Passwordless MFA vs Password-based MFA

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Friday, 07. May 2021

KABN

Discussing the Ontario Government's Digital Strategy & Other News

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Friday, 07. May 2021

Thales Group

Websérie "Les métiers du satcom: une histoire de confiance", Episode 7 - Thales

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Friday, 07. May 2021

Thales Group

Websérie "Les métiers du satcom: une histoire de confiance", Episode 5 - Thales

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Websérie "Les métiers du satcom: une histoire de confiance", Episode 6 - Thales

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Friday, 07. May 2021

Thales Group

Websérie "Les métiers du satcom: une histoire de confiance", Episode 4 - Thales

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Friday, 07. May 2021

Thales Group

Connected Drones - Thales

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

MATTR

How To Use Secure DID Messaging

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

Metadium

Metadium AMA (6th May 2021) Full ver.

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

Thales Group

Decarbonisation in Transport - Thales

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

OWI - State of Identity

Incognia: Location Identity, Spoofing, Behavioral Biometrics, and Fraud Prevention and Security

On this episode of State of Identity, we welcome André Ferraz, CEO & Co-Founder, and John Lindner, Chief Revenue Office at Incognia. Incognia is a location identity company with solutions deployed on over 60 million smartphones today.  They join host Cameron D'Ambrosi to explain why location behavioral biometrics are superior and why companies like Apple and Google are supporting its i

On this episode of State of Identity, we welcome André Ferraz, CEO & Co-Founder, and John Lindner, Chief Revenue Office at Incognia. Incognia is a location identity company with solutions deployed on over 60 million smartphones today.  They join host Cameron D'Ambrosi to explain why location behavioral biometrics are superior and why companies like Apple and Google are supporting its implementation for fraud prevention and security.


Idemia Group

On the move biometrics

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On the move terminals] OneLook™

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[On the move terminals] MorphoWave™ for border control

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[On the move terminals] MFACE™

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I Story - Liliana Guzman

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

Secure Key

IdentityNORTH 2020 Summit: Why You Can't Have Digital Health Without Digital ID

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

Secure Key

IdentityNORTH Summit 2020: Digital Identification Check-in Credentials and More

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Thursday, 06. May 2021

Secure Key

IdentityNORTH Summit 2020: Consumer Access to Digital Health Information

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Auth0

The Anatomy of a Credential Stuffing Attack

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Trinsic

Introducing Trinsic Ecosystems

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Wednesday, 05. May 2021

Blockstack

Stacker Chats | Q&A with Muneeb Ali & Gina Abrams | Ep. 1

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Wednesday, 05. May 2021

Fission

Chiffre: Privacy first e2ee analytics with François Best

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HYPR

ForgeRock Passwordless MFA - HYPR

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Wednesday, 05. May 2021

Tykn Tech

What are Verifiable Credentials?

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Verifiable Credentials Use-Cases

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Wednesday, 05. May 2021

ValidatedID

ASPE Webinar sobre Innovación Tecnológica en la Sanidad Privada

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Tuesday, 04. May 2021

Okta

Okta | Access Possibility

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Okta | Access Possibility

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Okta | Access Possibility

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Okta | Access Possibility

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KABN

The KABN Visa, Vector Labs & Other Updates

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Monday, 03. May 2021

Global ID

Digital wallets are surpassing banks

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Monday, 03. May 2021

KuppingerCole

The Influence of PAM on WfH, and its Influence on PAM | Analyst Chat 74

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Sunday, 02. May 2021

Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 03 05 2021

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Okta

Okta | Modernize IT

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Friday, 30. April 2021

Okta

Jim + Deb | Okta is made for IT AND Developers, Therapy is too

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Friday, 30. April 2021

Okta

Jim + Deb | Okta is made for IT + Developers, Painting not so much

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Friday, 30. April 2021

Tykn Tech

NFTs and Verifiable Credentials: What are they, their differences and do they mix?

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Friday, 30. April 2021

ValidatedID

VIDsigner Biometric Signature with PDF and Forensic

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Friday, 30. April 2021

KEYLESS

Keyless Presentation at Gartner IAM Summit 2021

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

Auth0

The Brand New Next.js SDK - Add Authentication in Minutes!

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

Ockam

Ockam | OSS Community Call | April 2021

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

KuppingerCole

Beyond Static Access - Leveraging Access Policies To Deal With The Complexity Of Access Governance

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

Digicert

CertCentral Professional Certification Training: Managing Account Settings in CertCentral

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KuppingerCole

The Three Fundamentals of Enterprise Identity Success - My Take

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

KuppingerCole

Reimagining Identity: a Buyer’s Guide to Decentralized Identity

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Digicert

CertCentral Professional Certification Training: Managing Accounts and Subaccounts in CertCentral

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CertCentral Professional Certification Training: Managing SSL/TLS Certificates with CertCentral

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SSL/TLS Professional Certification Training: Industry Trends

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SSL/TLS Professional Certification Training: Risks and Vulnerabilities

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KuppingerCole

Why Your Business Needs a Strategic Approach to PAM

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

IDnow

IDnow Identity Verification Platform

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

KuppingerCole

Privileged Access Management in a Changing World

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Thursday, 29. April 2021

KuppingerCole

When AI meets IoT: Does the Public Perception Reflect Reality? | KuppingerCole Videocast

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Monday, 19. April 2021

Auth0

Adding Authentication in Angular with Auth0

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Wednesday, 07. April 2021

Idemia Group

I Story – Daryl Ng

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Tuesday, 06. April 2021

TNO

Mass customization: affordable, tailor made solar energy on a large scale

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Friday, 26. March 2021

KEYLESS

AI in Financial Services

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Thursday, 25. March 2021

MATTR

Issuing & Verifying BBS+ ZKP Enabled Credentials

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Monday, 22. March 2021

ProximaX

How to remove a cosigner from a multisig account

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Saturday, 20. March 2021

KEYLESS

Cyber Security Summit 2021

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Monday, 22. February 2021

Global ID

EPISODE 04—The future of blockchain with the creator of Solana

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Monday, 15. February 2021

Idemia Group

IDEMIA Online Gaming Vault

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Thursday, 04. February 2021

Aergo

AERGO Hub(Beta) Tutorial Part.3

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Wednesday, 03. February 2021

Ubisecure

Opportunities and challenges for eGovernment with Rainer Hörbe, KPMG – Podcast Episode 14

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Monday, 01. February 2021

B2Lab

BLOKISIGN

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Monday, 30. November 2020

KEYLESS

Keyless @ Digital Banking Summit

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How breakthroughs in privacy-enhancing technologies enable the future of biometric authentication.

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Tuesday, 20. October 2020

Mythics

Mythics PeopleSoft Migration to the Oracle Cloud - 30 second

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Tuesday, 20. October 2020

Mythics

Mythics PeopleSoft Migration to the Oracle Cloud - 15 second

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Tuesday, 06. October 2020

KEYLESS

Keyless VPN Authentication

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Monday, 05. October 2020

Originalmy

How to create your Blockchain ID

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Thursday, 10. September 2020

KEYLESS

Keyless RDP Authentication

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Keyless Customer MFA

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Keyless Windows Login (Workstation)

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Keyless Windows Login

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Keyless Workforce Authentication

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Keyless Strong Customer Authentication

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Monday, 20. July 2020

Arcblock

Learn how to build a blockchain game with ArcBlock - Part 3

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Monday, 20. July 2020

Arcblock

Learn how to Build a Blockchain Game with ArcBlock - Part 1

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Tuesday, 07. July 2020

OCKTO

Webinar Brondata met Ockto, Elements en Adviesbox

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Wednesday, 01. July 2020

Arcblock

教学课堂:ABT 节点与Blocklet(上)

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Thursday, 04. June 2020

CULedger

Trust Video

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Wednesday, 03. June 2020

Xertify

Verifica tu credencial con Blockcerts

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Diwala

Diwala Verification Platform & Skill Identity App

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Monday, 18. May 2020

Mythics

Mythics Planning & Budgeting for Higher Ed

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Friday, 15. May 2020

mylife digital

Progressive Widget Overview

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Wednesday, 22. April 2020

Xertify

Compartir en Linkedin un Certificado

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Wednesday, 26. February 2020

Enigma

Salad MEW Integration

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Wednesday, 12. February 2020

BlockPass

PASS Club Presents: Bitcoin 101

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Monday, 20. January 2020

Spherity

Spherity CEO – Dr. Carsten Stöcker – SAP Demo Day at TechCrunch Disrupt – Digital Identity Software

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Monday, 20. January 2020

Spherity

SAP.io Accelerator – Spherity and its Digital Identity Cloud Software Solution

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Wednesday, 15. January 2020

Coinfirm

About Coinfirm

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Saturday, 04. January 2020

Xertify

Xertify Business

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Monday, 16. December 2019

mylife digital

Don't miss opportunities to engage with your supporters

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Monday, 02. December 2019

Xertify

Pitch with the Xertify Team

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Tuesday, 19. November 2019

Enigma

Enigma Open Community Call - November 2019

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Tuesday, 19. November 2019

CULedger

MyCUID Basic Auth OneNV

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Friday, 15. November 2019

Swisscom Blockchain

Blockchain Benchmarking with Jorge Alvarado

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Tuesday, 29. October 2019

Metadium

유니티용 메타디움 SDK로 만든 블록체인 게임

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estatus AG

Ganzheitliches Governance, Risk & Compliance in Unternehmen

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Friday, 06. September 2019

Telekom Innovation Labs

Rebooting Web Of Trust 2019 Meetup: Welcome by Dr. Michael Rüther and Dirk Thatmann

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Wednesday, 17. July 2019

SelfKey

How Do Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) Work? - The Digital Identity Podcast

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Wednesday, 10. July 2019

One World Identity

Mastercard Keynote Presentation

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Tuesday, 09. July 2019

Coinfirm

Coinfirm Webinar : The Importance of AML Compliance for Digital Assets

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Monday, 08. July 2019

One World Identity

Building Blocks for Blockchain Identifiers

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Tuesday, 25. June 2019

OmniOne

OmniOne Official Video_Kor Sub

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Wednesday, 19. June 2019

Evan Network

Webinar - Digitale Zwillinge und Blockchain – From zero to hero

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Wednesday, 15. May 2019

Swisscom Blockchain

WORK @ SWISSCOM BLOCKCHAIN

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Friday, 12. April 2019

Bitnation

Bitnation meetup in Casita Verde / Ibiza by the Spanish ambassador Manel Ruiz (Video part 2)

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Thursday, 11. April 2019

JoloCom

Blockchain and identity in international development, Viktor Peter (GIZ Blockchain Lab)

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Thursday, 11. April 2019

JoloCom

Decentralized German eID demo by Jörg Rückrieman (Bundesdruckerei)

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Monday, 25. March 2019

SelfKey

How To Add Your Passport Information: SelfKey ID

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Friday, 22. March 2019

Peer Ledger

Food Traceability - Peer Ledger

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Friday, 15. March 2019

Bitnation

Bitnation meetup in Madrid Go - part 3

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Friday, 15. March 2019

Bitnation

Bitnation Meetup in Madrid - part 1

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Friday, 01. February 2019

Pixelplex

Mobile App Development on Echo

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MOAC Blockchain Tech

MOAC Nuwa 1.0.4 Release Overview

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Monday, 05. November 2018

procivis

Procivis - Set-up your own eID+

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Sunday, 14. October 2018

MOAC Blockchain Tech

How to Deploy a MicroChain - Webinar Oct 13, 2018

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Friday, 05. October 2018

Keyp

Ann-Kathrin Schmitt Marketing Manager BioID - Strong Link between physical & digital identities

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Friday, 05. October 2018

BigchainDB

Anton Gavrilov - Parity Technologies - Private Ethereum Transactions

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Tuesday, 02. October 2018

Bitnation

Bitnation Nasarawa #02

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Tuesday, 25. September 2018

Keyp

Use Cases with Keyp

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Keyp Launch: Rudd Apsey, Managing Director VeriMe

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Tuesday, 25. September 2018

Keyp

Keyp Launch: Katharina Keupp from Command Control - the Leading Summit for Cyber Security

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Thursday, 20. September 2018

Remme

Using REMME Protocol With NODE JS Library

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Thursday, 20. September 2018

BigchainDB

Gautam Dhameja - Building Token Curated Registries on BigchainDB, part 1

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Tuesday, 11. September 2018

MOAC Blockchain Tech

9/08 MOAC Developers Webinar - Development tools and resources

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Wednesday, 05. September 2018

Datum

Datum CEO&Co-Founder Roger Haenni's Entrepreneurial Journey to Datum

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Tuesday, 21. August 2018

estatus AG

esatus AG - Interview mit Justin, Technical Consultant

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Friday, 10. August 2018

Pixelplex

How To Build A Blockchain Android & iOS App?

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Thursday, 02. August 2018

cozy cloud

TUTORIEL #7 - Développer un connecteur pour Cozy par Christophe Thiriot, Front Dev @CozyCloud

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Monday, 30. July 2018

cozy cloud

TUTORIEL #6 - Développer un connecteur pour Cozy par Christophe Thiriot, Front Dev @CozyCloud

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Friday, 27. July 2018

cozy cloud

Comment réconcilier numérique & éthique par Céline Steyer, Brand & Marketing Lead @CozyCloud

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Wednesday, 13. June 2018

OARO

Hola! Somos Nodalblock

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Monday, 11. June 2018

OARO

Nodalblock event SECURE PAYMENTS & ID (sub english)

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Wednesday, 30. May 2018

OARO

NODALPIC powered by Nodalblock

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Thursday, 03. May 2018

BlockPass

Blockpass launches platform in London

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Sunday, 21. January 2018

Peer Mountain

Peer Mountain CEO interviewed by Cryptohouse (English version)

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Wednesday, 13. December 2017

Datum

Roger Haenni Presented at the Taiwan Blockchain Summit 2017

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Tuesday, 28. November 2017

Sphereon

What is Blockchain?

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Thursday, 31. August 2017

personium

[Personium] App Screen demo(English) #1

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Monday, 22. May 2017

Schluss

Pitch Schluss - Startupbootcamp Fintech & Cybersecurity

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Monday, 19. December 2016

OwnYourData

OwnYourData: Raumklima App

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planetway

世界約200ヵ国以上で利用可能なグローバルSIMカード「TAKT(タクト)」記者発表会 ダイジェスト(TAKTについて)Planetway

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Saturday, 24. October 2015

Cambridge Blockchain

What can Blockchain do for you?

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Tuesday, 14. October 2014

powr of you

Tips Tuesday #2 LinkedIn Privacy Settings

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Wednesday, 26. February 2014

MyDEX

David Alexander Mydex CIC CEO talk at BCS Nov 2013 Trust online

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Thursday, 25. July 2013

MyDEX

What is a Mydex Personal Data Store?

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Monday, 29. April 2013

MyDEX

Mydex Personal Data Store - A Trust Framework as a platform

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