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Saturday, 27. February 2021

ID Talk – FindBiometrics

Airport Biometrics, Remote Onboarding, and More in This Week’s Top Stories

A few of the biggest growth trends within the biometrics industry are reflected in this week’s roundup of FindBiometrics’ top stories. There’s also the inescapable theme of COVID-19, as well […] The post Airport Biometrics, Remote Onboarding, and More in This Week’s Top Stories appeared first on FindBiometrics.

A few of the biggest growth trends within the biometrics industry are reflected in this week’s roundup of FindBiometrics’ top stories. There’s also the inescapable theme of COVID-19, as well as a call to action concerning government-issued ID.

To start, let’s turn our attention to the ongoing ascent of biometric airport screening. Readers showed a great deal of interest in this week’s news that Thales was working with AENA, Iberia Airlines, and Inetum to expand the scope of a biometric passenger screening pilot program at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport in Madrid:

Thales Expands Biometric Screening Program at Madrid Airport

Biometric airport screening was also an important topic in a new interview with Jason Van Sice, NEC Corporation of America’s Vice President of Aviation. The company’s renowned facial recognition technology, together with temperature detection tech, is being used to screen visitors at Hawaiian airports, helping to curb the spread of COVID-19. Van Sice discussed this and other important topics concerning the industry:

INTERVIEW: NEC’s Jason Van Sice on COVID Adaptation and What’s Next in 2021

Another huge, ongoing trend in the biometrics industry is the rise of selfie-based biometric onboarding, which has seen a huge spike in popularity over the past year as various organizations looked for new ways to verify customers after the pandemic pushed them into online channels. The renowned market research firm Acuity Market Intelligence got a lot of attention this week with its breakdown of the trend in a new report:

Biometric Selfie-based Onboarding is Seeing ‘Explosive’ Growth in Wake of COVID-19: Acuity

Then there’s the subject of one of the biggest, long-term trends in the industry: the gradual displacement of password-based security by biometrics. This was the subject of one of this week’s in-depth features on the results of the 2020 FindBiometrics Year in Review survey. The feature looked specifically at responses to Question #8, which asked participants if and when they think biometrics will replace the password as the primary method of user authentication online:

Year in Review: When Will the Password Go Out of Fashion?

And finally, FindBiometrics readers showed a lot of interest this week in a new report from the SIA examining various government digital identity programs. The report draws attention to the benefits of such programs, and highlights how facial recognition can be used to reliably identify individuals online:

Secure Identity Alliance Highlights Utility of National Digital Identity Programs

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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.

February 26, 2021 – by Alex Perala

The post Airport Biometrics, Remote Onboarding, and More in This Week’s Top Stories appeared first on FindBiometrics.


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Friday, 26. February 2021

ID Talk – FindBiometrics

Facebook Weighs Privacy Risks of Facial Recognition for Smart Glasses

According to a recent story from BuzzFeed News, social media giant Facebook is looking into the possibility of adding facial recognition capabilities to its upcoming smart glasses devices, but is […] The post Facebook Weighs Privacy Risks of Facial Recognition for Smart Glasses appeared first on FindBiometrics.

According to a recent story from BuzzFeed News, social media giant Facebook is looking into the possibility of adding facial recognition capabilities to its upcoming smart glasses devices, but is first looking into any legal and privacy issues involved in doing so.

The news comes straight from Facebook Vice President of Augmented and Virtual Reality Andrew Bosworth, who broached the subject at an internal meeting earlier this week. Bosworth noted that though nothing has been decided as of yet, the current legal landscape presents nearly insurmountable obstacles to the company being able to add the technology to their unreleased glasses, and they are at a stage of the process where they are looking into whether or not it can be done.

BuzzFeed reports that the news prompted at least one employee to raise concerns, and notes that a question was asked about whether or not people would have the option of making their faces “unsearchable”, with the same worker reportedly also highlighting the potential for the devices to be used for “real-world harm”.

The question prompted Bosworth to reply that “[f]ace recognition … might be the thorniest issue, where the benefits are so clear, and the risks are so clear, and we don’t know where to balance those things.”

Bosworth also took to Twitter after the BuzzFeed story was published, writing, “Face recognition is a hugely controversial topic and for good reason and I was speaking about was how we are going to have to have a very public discussion about the pros and cons.”

This isn’t the first time Facebook has been on the receiving end of public scrutiny when it comes to the issues of privacy and facial recognition technology. In July of 2020, the company reached a settlement in a class action lawsuit filed against it under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).

Though the settlement ended up being for $650 million, the judge noted that this amounted to $150 to $300 per claimant, whereas under BIPA the fine is anywhere between $1,000 and $3,500 per claimant. Ultimately, the money was actually only claimed by a quarter of those who were eligible to do so.

Smart glasses have been on Facebook’s radar for over a year now, and though no official date for their release has been set, they are expected to arrive at some point in 2021.

Source: BuzzFeed News

February 26, 2021 – by Tony Bitzionis

The post Facebook Weighs Privacy Risks of Facial Recognition for Smart Glasses appeared first on FindBiometrics.


BindID IoT Security Solution Leverages Face, Fingerprint Biometrics

Transmit Security is looking to accelerate the end of passwords with the release of a completely passwordless security solution. BindID offers support for face and fingerprint recognition, taking advantage of […] The post BindID IoT Security Solution Leverages Face, Fingerprint Biometrics appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Transmit Security is looking to accelerate the end of passwords with the release of a completely passwordless security solution. BindID offers support for face and fingerprint recognition, taking advantage of the sensors and cameras that come embedded in modern IoT devices.

Unlike other solutions, BindID does not require the use of a dedicated app. Instead, organizations can integrate BindID into their existing infrastructure through the use of open standards and APIs, allowing customers to authenticate themselves and gain access to personal accounts and corporate materials with secure device biometrics.

The solution is compatible with virtually any connected device, and can also be used to protect channels and devices that do not have their own biometric scanners. In those cases, customers can use the biometric authentication features on their own mobile devices to verify their identities. As a result, BindID can be used to secure call centers and web channels in addition to individual devices and workstations.

Transmit is hoping that BindID will motivate companies to drop passwords as an authentication option, noting that most access control solutions still allow users to sign in with passwords should they choose to do so. BindID is intended as a full replacement, to the point that organizations would be able to delete all of the passwords in their database, and eliminate the security threat that they represent, once they decide to implement it.

Transmit went on to argue that businesses that adopt BindID will generate more revenue and garner more goodwill with a better customer experience. In that regard, the company cited a recent FIDO Alliance survey that found that roughly 60 percent of consumers have abandoned an online purchase as a direct result of the hassle associated with passwords.

“BindID marks the end of the password era,” explained Transmit Co-Founder and CEO Mickey Boodaei. “Users can authenticate through their mobile or any biometrics-enabled device without the need for an authentication app.”

BindID arrives several years after the 2017 debut of the Transmit Security Platform, which was Transmit’s previous mobile authentication offering. Trasmit is one of the many companies that has warned about the dangers of passwords in the past few months, with Ivanti recently publishing a study that uncovered risky behavior amongst remote workers.

(Originally posted on Mobile ID World)

The post BindID IoT Security Solution Leverages Face, Fingerprint Biometrics appeared first on FindBiometrics.


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ID Talk – FindBiometrics

TikTok Reaches $92 Million Settlement in BIPA Lawsuit

A group of plaintiffs have reached a preliminary settlement in a class action lawsuit against TikTok. The lawsuit was initially filed in May of 2020, and alleged that the social […] The post TikTok Reaches $92 Million Settlement in BIPA Lawsuit appeared first on FindBiometrics.

A group of plaintiffs have reached a preliminary settlement in a class action lawsuit against TikTok. The lawsuit was initially filed in May of 2020, and alleged that the social media app violated Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act when it collected and shared the personal and biometric information of its users without first obtaining the proper consent.

The case that is currently before Judge John Z. Lee is a consolidated suit that includes more than 20 separate cases filed against TikTok. The plaintiffs are now asking Judge Lee to approve their settlement, under which TikTok would be expected to set up a $92 million fund to pay out members of the affected class. TikTok would also be required to implement a new privacy training program and take other steps to ensure compliance with data protection laws.

The lawyers representing the plaintiffs are Chicago’s Beth Fegan and Katrina Carroll, and Ekwan Rhow out of Los Angeles. They work for FeganScott LLC, Carlson Lynch LLP, and Bird, Marella, Boxer, Wolpert, Nessim, Drooks, Lincenberg & Rhow, P.C., respectively.

“This is one of the largest settlements ever achieved in a consumer BIPA case, and one of the largest privacy class action settlements,” said Rhow. “It presents an excellent recovery for the class, and it serves as a reminder to corporations that privacy matters, and they will be held accountable for violating consumers’ rights.”

“Illinois is on the cutting edge of privacy law, and this settlement enforces those crucial protections,” added Fegan. “Biometric information is among the most sensitive of private information. It’s critical that privacy and identity is protected by stalwart governance to guard against underhanded attempts at theft.”

While the $92 million figure is eye-catching, it is relatively minor when measured against Facebook’s $650 million BIPA settlement. That number was reached after a judge rejected an earlier $550 million settlement, arguing that the smaller figure was not enough to compensate the sheer number of people in the class, based on the penalties laid out in BIPA law.

The TikTok settlement would set aside more funds for Illinois residents than it would for people in other states. The video sharing app has faced legal trouble beyond the lawsuit, most notably when the federal government threatened to ban TikTok after privacy experts warned that the government of China might have access to the personal information gathered through the app. 

February 26, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post TikTok Reaches $92 Million Settlement in BIPA Lawsuit appeared first on FindBiometrics.


FacePhi Named Spain’s SME of the Year

Spain-based biometric authentication specialist FacePhi has won a prestigious award in its home country. Banco Santander and the Chamber of Commerce of Spain gave FacePhi the National SME Award for […] The post FacePhi Named Spain’s SME of the Year appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Spain-based biometric authentication specialist FacePhi has won a prestigious award in its home country. Banco Santander and the Chamber of Commerce of Spain gave FacePhi the National SME Award for 2020 in a gala ceremony attended by King Felipe VI.

The award was bestowed in recognition of FacePhi’s ‘Made in Spain’ technology. The company is best known for its facial recognition tech, used most prominently in its SelphID solution to match end users’ selfie photos to the images on their official identity documents. The solution allows for reliable remote customer onboarding through a convenient user experience.

In winning the award, FacePhi evidently impressed a jury including some high-profile names from the financial services sector, among whom were Chamber of Commerce President José Luis Bonet and Santander Spain CEO Rami Aboukhair. What’s more, the award comes just a few weeks after FacePhi won a similar distinction at the municipal level – the Alicante SME of the Year Award.

Commenting on this latest award in a statement, FacePhi CEO Javier Mira said it was a recognition of “an extraordinary team of professionals, who have made new projects possible all over the world despite not having been able to travel for months due to Covid-19,” adding, “Growing and creating new jobs in such a complex scenario has been a challenge, but it has also given us the opportunity for our solutions to have a positive social impact, helping thousands of people to access services safely, contactless and without having to leave their homes.”

The distinction arrives after a corporate update from FacePhi earlier this month indicating that the company dramatically increased its staff over the course of 2020. FacePhi also received €33 million in financing in December, positioning the company for further growth going forward. In announcing its SME of the Year Award win, the company indicated that it will seek to maintain its momentum into 2021 as the biometrics industry continues its ascent.

February 26, 2021 – by Alex Perala

The post FacePhi Named Spain’s SME of the Year appeared first on FindBiometrics.


Daon Passes 200,000 Users for VeriFLY Immunity Credential App

Daon is celebrating the early success of its VeriFLY program. The mobile app debuted at the tail end of 2020, and is designed to serve as a health passport that […] The post Daon Passes 200,000 Users for VeriFLY Immunity Credential App appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Daon is celebrating the early success of its VeriFLY program. The mobile app debuted at the tail end of 2020, and is designed to serve as a health passport that allows international travelers to prove their COVID-19 status without sharing any other personal information.

Passengers that use VeriFLY also enjoy an expedited screening process with participating airlines, which could explain much of its appeal. According to Daon, VeriFLY now has more than 200,000 active users all over the world. Those users come from 55 different countries and are spread across six different continents, and have collectively used VeriFLY to verify their COVID-19 status tens of thousands of times since January 1.

In that regard, Daon noted that the vast majority (99 percent) of recent cases were processed within 30 minutes after the user uploaded their COVID-19 test results. The company indicated that it will soon allow passengers to share proof of vaccination in addition to COVID-19 tests, and revealed that it is currently working on an update that will allow people traveling together (such as family members) to store multiple passes on a single mobile device. Those updates will be rolled out alongside a new user interface designed to make the app more user-friendly.

“We are giving travelers confidence and peace of mind at a time when leaving home is more stressful than usual,” said Daon CEO Tom Grissen. “We are proud to be the world’s first widely adopted mobile health passport.”

VeriFLY coverage is now being offered on more than 300 flights on a daily basis. American Airlines provides service on all incoming flights to the US, while British Airways is using it for flights to the US and for inbound flights to the UK. Alaska Airlines and Iberia passengers can also use the app when traveling to the United States.

February 26, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post Daon Passes 200,000 Users for VeriFLY Immunity Credential App appeared first on FindBiometrics.


FPC’s PC Fingerprint Solution Makes Debut in New Xiaomi Laptop

The RedmiBook Pro 15 from Xiaomi is the first machine to feature Fingerprint Cards’ (FPC) new fingerprint solution for the PC market. The fingerprint sensor has been integrated into the […] The post FPC’s PC Fingerprint Solution Makes Debut in New Xiaomi Laptop appeared first on FindBiometrics.

The RedmiBook Pro 15 from Xiaomi is the first machine to feature Fingerprint Cards’ (FPC) new fingerprint solution for the PC market. The fingerprint sensor has been integrated into the power button of the device, while the software powering it is compatible with Windows 10. As a result, end users will be able to use the sensor when performing a biometric login with Windows Hello or the Microsoft Enhanced Sign-in (SecureBio) solution.

FPC launched its new PC solution in August in an effort to meet the anticipated demand for fingerprint sensors in desktop and laptop devices. The company believes that a full two-thirds of the new PCs that get shipped will come with a built-in fingerprint sensor by 2026, and is already positioning itself to capture a dominant 40 percent share of the market. FPC has placed sensors in PCs in the past, though its new solution is a more specialized computer product.

“We see a positive trend in demand for biometric authentication in consumer and enterprise PCs, and I’m pleased to see the first commercial product launched with our new solution for the market,” said FPC Mobile Business SVP Ted Hansson. “We are poised for continued growth in this segment, providing the perfect way to add convenient and secure authentication to PCs.”

In October, FPC revealed that a top-tier manufacturer would be featuring the new PC solution in models that would hit stores in the first quarter of 2021, though it did not disclose the identity of its partner at the time. It’s unclear if Xiaomi is the company in question, even if the release timeline does line up with earlier announcements.

Xiaomi is also the first company to launch mobile devices with FPC’s latest side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The FPC1542 will appear in the Redmi K40, K40 Pro, and K40 Pro+.

February 26, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post FPC’s PC Fingerprint Solution Makes Debut in New Xiaomi Laptop appeared first on FindBiometrics.


Australian Patent Troll Takes Aim at Apple Biometrics

An Australian patent holding company is seeking damages in a sweeping patent infringement lawsuit filed against Apple. The allegations specifically concern Apple’s use of Face and Touch ID, as well […] The post Australian Patent Troll Takes Aim at Apple Biometrics appeared first on FindBiometrics.

An Australian patent holding company is seeking damages in a sweeping patent infringement lawsuit filed against Apple. The allegations specifically concern Apple’s use of Face and Touch ID, as well as the Apple Card.

The plaintiff in the suit is CPC Patent Technologies, which is itself a subsidiary of the Charter Pacific Corporation. The three patents in question date back to 2003 and 2005, though CPC did not come up with them. Instead, CPC acquired the patents during the 2019 liquidation of Securicom, seemingly for the express purpose of using them against Apple in a patent infringement lawsuit. Several critics described CPC as a patent troll, since the company does not seem to have any intention of using the patents in its own products.

CPC first filed a notice of infringement back in March of 2020, and moved forward with legal action after Apple declined to pay for a license. In that regard, it is worth noting that all three patents are extremely broad. Two of the patents cover any authentication method that retrieves biometric data from a remote database to verify the identity of someone trying to gain access to a computer system. That describes every iPad or iPhone device that refers to the Apple Secure Enclave when performing a Face ID or Touch ID match, with CPC listing flagship products like the iPhone X, the iPad Pro, and the iPhone SE as some of the offenders.

The third patent, on the other hand, describes a card reader and credential storage system that is protected with biometric technology. CPC claims that the Apple Card violates its third patent.

CPC filed its lawsuit in U.S. District Court of the Western District of Texas, and is seeking an injunction and legal fees in addition to damages. However, Apple does hold multiple patents for its Touch ID and Face ID technology, including several that have been granted in the past year alone. With that in mind, it is not yet clear how the case will play out, and what actions Apple may or may not need to take as a result.

Sources: Apple Insider, 9to5 Mac

February 26, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post Australian Patent Troll Takes Aim at Apple Biometrics appeared first on FindBiometrics.


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Investing in your community - Meka Egwuekwe

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Thursday, 25. February 2021

ID Talk – FindBiometrics

Gallagher Integrates Invixium’s Face and Thermal Screening Tech

Gallagher Security has integrated Invixum’s IXM WEB software into its own Command Centre access control platform. The joint solution is designed to help improve public health outcomes during the pandemic, […] The post Gallagher Integrates Invixium’s Face and Thermal Screening Tech appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Gallagher Security has integrated Invixum’s IXM WEB software into its own Command Centre access control platform. The joint solution is designed to help improve public health outcomes during the pandemic, and will provide Command Centre customers with contactless facial recognition and temperature detection capabilities courtesy of Invixium.

Invixium has taken several steps to improve the utility of its platform in response to COVID-19. Most notably, the company has updated its facial recognition algorithm to identify people wearing masks, and has also released an Enhancement Kit that reads the user’s temperature at the tear duct. Those scans are carried out with Invixum’s flagship IXM TITAN reader.

With the new setup, security personnel will receive an alert whenever someone tries to enter a venue without a mask, or while they are running an elevated temperature. Any such events will be recorded in the Alarm Viewer of the Gallagher Command Centre.

Meanwhile, system operators will be able to use Gallagher’s software for biometric enrollment and device management, and to synchronize access privileges. In that regard, businesses can assign as many as 10 cards to a single individual.

“Invixium’s rapid, touchless face recognition and temperature screening solution adds highly sought-after features to our portfolio,” said Gallagher Global Security GM Mark Junge. “We are excited about the additional value this integration contributes to creating a safe and assured future for our customers globally.”

“COVID-19 has been a wake-up call for security manufacturers,” added Invixium President and CEO Shiraz Kapadia. “This integration with Gallagher serves as a testament to our commitment to ensuring security through user-friendly, intelligent solutions.”

Gallagher’s collaboration with Invixium dates as far back as 2019. The news comes shortly after LenelS2 integrated Invixium’s tech into its own time and access control offerings in December. Invixium has also formed recent distribution partnerships with Honeywell and SIASA, and garnered a Frost & Sullivan Entrepreneurial Award for its strong COVID-19 response.

February 25, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post Gallagher Integrates Invixium’s Face and Thermal Screening Tech appeared first on FindBiometrics.


CyberLink Provides Facial Recognition for Vypin’s New Access Control Kiosks

Vypin has integrated CyberLink’s FaceMe facial recognition technology into its own eScreener line of kiosks. The eScreener kiosks are designed primarily for access control, and specifically to support safe access […] The post CyberLink Provides Facial Recognition for Vypin’s New Access Control Kiosks appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Vypin has integrated CyberLink’s FaceMe facial recognition technology into its own eScreener line of kiosks. The eScreener kiosks are designed primarily for access control, and specifically to support safe access control during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To that end, the integration of the FaceMe engine will enable contactless identity verification, allowing venues to authenticate individual users without asking them to make physical contact with a shared device. FaceMe has been updated to identify people who are wearing masks, so users do not need to remove their masks and risk exposure to complete a scan. The solution also makes sure that those masks are being worn properly, and that people are complying with the necessary health and safety requirements.

The eScreener kiosks will offer temperature screening and digital hand sanitization in addition to facial recognition to further improve health outcomes during the pandemic. FaceMe, meanwhile, will be available in both the Pro and Max eScreener kiosk models.

“CyberLink’s FaceMe engine enables us to arm clients with the secure, automated technology they need as a frontline defense,” said Vypin General Manager and VP JT McGibbon. “Our hands-free kiosks provide peace of mind to organizations and businesses maintaining the health and safety of their in-person environments.”

“Facial recognition technology is becoming more integral to our lives, especially in the fight against COVID-19,” added CyberLink Chairman and CEO Jau Huang. “FaceMe was able to provide the core component in Vypin’s eScreener kiosks to detect both masked and unmasked faces, while supporting a positive and uninterrupted customer and employee experience.”

FaceMe’s facial recognition algorithm has performed extremely well in recent rounds of NIST testing. The solution has previously appeared in the touchless Sentry Health Kiosk from Municipal Parking Services, and in the VAST 2 and Nx Witness video surveillance platforms from VIVOTEK and Network Optix, respectively.

February 25, 2021 – by Eric Weiss

The post CyberLink Provides Facial Recognition for Vypin’s New Access Control Kiosks appeared first on FindBiometrics.

Thursday, 25. February 2021

Radiant Logic | Federated Identity

Radiant Logic Webinar: The Role of Identity Integration and Normalization in Successful IGA

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Onfido Tech

7 ways to improve customer's identity experience at sign up

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Thursday, 25. February 2021

Spotify

Spotify RADAR Presents: Flo Milli

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Spotify RADAR Presents: Flo Milli

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KABN

Non Fungible Tokens and the Many Roles they can Play

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Thursday, 25. February 2021

Global ID

How Qualcomm's wireless networks inspired Solana's blockchain

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Thursday, 25. February 2021

OWI - State of Identity

Constella Intelligence: The Light Side of Cybercrime

On an all-new episode of the State of Identity Podcast, OWI host, Cameron D’Ambrosi, sits down with Alberto Casares, VP of Threat Research at Constella Intelligence, to discuss the rise of cybercrime amid COVID-19. Tune in to hear how he’s spinning this into a potentially positive outcome, leveraging breached and leaked data to protect citizens and organizations around the wo
On an all-new episode of the State of Identity Podcast, OWI host, Cameron D’Ambrosi, sits down with Alberto Casares, VP of Threat Research at Constella Intelligence, to discuss the rise of cybercrime amid COVID-19. Tune in to hear how he’s spinning this into a potentially positive outcome, leveraging breached and leaked data to protect citizens and organizations around the world.  

InfoCert

Holo AMA No. 45 w/ Mary Camacho, Eric Harris-Braun & David Atkinson

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Wednesday, 24. February 2021

Auth0

Let's build a Web Component using Open-WC with Dwane Hemmings

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Wednesday, 24. February 2021

Global ID

A brief history of Bitcoin's secret sauce

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Wednesday, 24. February 2021

InfoCert

Holo AMA 44 Quick Cuts – Projects on Holochain

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Tuesday, 23. February 2021

Spotify

Stream On: Global Expansion

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Tuesday, 23. February 2021

HYPR

Passwordless MFA for Roaming Users, Hot Desks and Kiosks

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Tuesday, 23. February 2021

Spotify

Spotify | Now In Africa

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Tuesday, 23. February 2021

ValidatedID

Integration of the electronic signature service VIDsigner with JobRouter

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Thales Group

Spy’Ranger family: a new generation of mini tactical Unmanned Air Systems - Thales

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Discover the NS50 radar with Hugo Anbeek, Product Manager - Thales

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InfoCert

Build it! Hack with Phil Live AMA Ep 7

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Monday, 22. February 2021

Spotify

Stream On: Highlights

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Stream On: Intro from Daniel Ek

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Stream On: Creation Tools for New Audio Formats

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Stream On: Behind the rise of J Balvin

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Stream On: How Spotify playlists impacted Khalid's career

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Stream On: Building emerging artists through RADAR

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Monday, 22. February 2021

Spotify

Stream On: The power of HiFi - Billie Eilish & Finneas

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Monday, 22. February 2021

Spotify

Stream On: Podcasts around the world

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Stream On: Exploring Halsey's creative Canvas process

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Stream On: Indie artists on the impact of Spotify

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Stream On: Burna Boy on Spotify in Africa

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Equinix

Enabling Permissions Across Organizations on Equinix Fabric 2021.1

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Global ID

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

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Thales Group

Sophie Ultima & Sophie Optima: multi-mission capabilities for the age of collaborative combat-Thales

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Federal Blockchain News

MITRE: Grants Management with Blockchain

At least three blockchain pilots focus on streamlining management of the over $750 billion that the US Federal government distributes each year, often through multiple administrative layers. Marla Ozarowski shares MITRE's Grants Management Blockchain demonstration project, which aims to create a working proof of concept demonstrating end-to-end business use cases incorporating and improved by block
At least three blockchain pilots focus on streamlining management of the over $750 billion that the US Federal government distributes each year, often through multiple administrative layers. Marla Ozarowski shares MITRE's Grants Management Blockchain demonstration project, which aims to create a working proof of concept demonstrating end-to-end business use cases incorporating and improved by blockchain technologies.

KuppingerCole

Applying The Zero Trust Principle To The Software Supply Chain | Analyst Chat 64

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Expert Chat with Thomas Malta

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Monday, 22. February 2021

Fission

Fission February 2021 Demo Day

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Monday, 22. February 2021

Fission

TiddlyWiki on Fission Announcement with Jeremy Ruston

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Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 2021-02-22

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Saturday, 20. February 2021

HYPR

The State of Passwordless Security | HYPR Fireside Chat

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Friday, 19. February 2021

Certisign

Como emitir o Certificado Digital A1 no macOS - Iphone | Certisign

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Como emitir o Certificado Digital A1 no macOS - Android | Certisign

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Friday, 19. February 2021

medmij

Online werkbezoek Erik Gerritsen aan gecontroleerde livegang

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Auth0

Technical Principles of Developer Experience - Shodipo Ayomide

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Onfido Tech

Elevate Your Customer Experience with Digital Identity

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Thursday, 18. February 2021

TNO

3D Pharma

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Thursday, 18. February 2021

Okta

Okta Recruiting 2020 Year in Review

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Thursday, 18. February 2021

KABN

KABN North America Launches Liquid Avatar App in the Apple Store and Google Play

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OWI - State of Identity

GS1 US: Making Dumb Products Smart

What does technology scalability look like without the standardization of digital identity? In this episode, Melanie Nuce, SVP, Corporate Development at GS1 US, joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi to discuss the evolution of the barcode over the next 5 years, the potential found in creating a more robust digital identity layer within the supply chain, and how GS1 Standards support the technology that e

What does technology scalability look like without the standardization of digital identity?

In this episode, Melanie Nuce, SVP, Corporate Development at GS1 US, joins host Cameron D’Ambrosi to discuss the evolution of the barcode over the next 5 years, the potential found in creating a more robust digital identity layer within the supply chain, and how GS1 Standards support the technology that enables supply chain transparency.


OCKTO

Eenvoudig klantgegevens updaten met Ockto - webinar promo

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KuppingerCole

Where to Start Your IAM Modernization

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How ZT Principles Could Have Helped Prevent Recent Attacks

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Trust or Not Trust? Is there a New Mindset about CyberSecurity using Zero Trust?

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Zero Trust 101

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What is Strong Authentication in a Zero Trust Environment

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Alignment of Zero Trust with Business Strategy

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How Zero Trust Principles Could Have Helped Prevent Recent Attacks

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Zilqua

How to Connect to Your Ledger Wallet on ZilPay

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Wednesday, 17. February 2021

PSA Today • Seth and Kaliya

PSA Today #34: Kaliya & Seth talk LEIs (Legal Entity Identifiers) with Simon Wood, CEO of Ubisecure

Simon Wood is the CEO of Ubisecure, the #1 issuer of LEIs (Legal Entity Identifiers) We discuss the evolution of LEIs since the financial crisis of 2008, the difference between high assurance and low assurance, and the relationship between rights and ownership as it relates to identity management of entities.   Seth digresses about NBA Top Shot collectibles, and the role of the NBA in tha

Simon Wood is the CEO of Ubisecure, the #1 issuer of LEIs (Legal Entity Identifiers)

We discuss the evolution of LEIs since the financial crisis of 2008, the difference between high assurance and low assurance, and the relationship between rights and ownership as it relates to identity management of entities.  

Seth digresses about NBA Top Shot collectibles, and the role of the NBA in that case as an entity that is tied to the value of the market.

Kaliya wrote this that sheds some additional light on entity identification registries.

Wednesday, 17. February 2021

Blockstack

Stacks Grants Demo Day - Feb 11, 2021

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Wednesday, 17. February 2021

Thales Group

Thales Gemalto sustainable and eco-friendly payment cards

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Wednesday, 17. February 2021

Thales Group

#Podcast: the Moon, ARTEMIS and astronauts habitat

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Wednesday, 17. February 2021

Thales Group

Revolutionising Smart Metering Connectivity with IoT eSIM - Francis D’Souza - Thales

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InfoCert

Holo AMA 44 Quick Cuts – Nodes as Proxy servers

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Telekom Innovation Labs

Telekom Challenge

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Let's Talk about Digital Identity

LEIs & corporate transparency for Obliged Entities with Ben Cronin, UBO Service – Podcast Episode 39

Let's Talk About Digital Identity with Ben Cronin, Managing Director at UBO Service. In episode 39 of LTADI, Oscar talks to Ben about UBO Service and the challenges it solves around verifying Ultimate Beneficiary Owners, how UBO Service is leveraging Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) for KYC and enhanced CDD, and the Global LEI Foundation's validation agent (VA) framework. "It was very obvious to us
Let’s Talk About Digital Identity with Ben Cronin, Managing Director at UBO Service.

In episode 39 of LTADI, Oscar talks to Ben about UBO Service and the challenges it solves around verifying Ultimate Beneficiary Owners, how UBO Service is leveraging Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) for KYC and enhanced CDD, and the Global LEI Foundation’s validation agent (VA) framework.

“It was very obvious to us that adding the LEI to that identification piece was very powerful because you’re really identifying and verifying the entity to a very high standard. By using data that we get from official government registries – adding that to an LEI just makes complete perfect sense to us.”

Serial entrepreneur Ben Cronin founded GBR (Global Business Register) in 2008. GBR morphed into Kyckr over the following years and Kyckr listed on the Sydney Stock Exchange in 2016, providing commercially proven products for the authentication of businesses globally. His roles at Kyckr included Managing Director and Chief Data Officer. Ben is a supporter of Max Schrem’s organisation, NOYB – European Centre for Digital Rights; the fight for data privacy is important for all citizens. Ben played professional rugby with Munster and Ireland in the 90’s. His other interests include tennis, whisky, science and family!

Find Ben on LinkedIn and on Twitter @Ben_Cronin.

Ben Cronin is currently Managing Director at UBO Service. UBO Service offers an innovative new solution for obliged entities to capture accurate Ultimate Beneficial Owner (UBO) declarations in real-time.

Find out more about UBO Service at www.uboservice.com.

UBO Service is in partnership with Ubisecure’s Legal Entity Identifier service, RapidLEI. Read more about the partnership in the press release: www.ubisecure.com/news-events/rapidlei-ubo-service-partnership-kyc/

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

 

Tuesday, 16. February 2021

Caribou Digital

COVID-19 Video storytelling project: What is B-roll?

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Tuesday, 16. February 2021

Kaleido

Solution Architecture of a Private Data Marketplace - Kaleido Tech Tuesday, Feb 16, 2021

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Tuesday, 16. February 2021

Auth0

6 Reasons I'm Quitting Spreadsheets - Project Management Software FTW!!

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Equinix

Virtual Connection Utilization on Equinix Fabric 2021.1

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Connectivity to Non-Equinix Fabric Customers on Network Edge 2021.1

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Layer 2 Service Profile Creation on Equinix Fabric 2021.1

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Network Edge Overview

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Spotlight on Equinix Network Edge 2021.1

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Virtual Resource Permissions for Shared Assets on Equinix Fabric 2021.1

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KuppingerCole

Privileged Access Management from a CISO Perspective

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Fission

Project Cambria: managing schema change in distributed systems, Geoffrey Litt and Peter van Hard...

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Tuesday, 16. February 2021

B2Lab

LA BLOCKCHAIN E L'ENERGIA1

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Tuesday, 16. February 2021

B2Lab

IL CAFFE' INCONTRA LA BLOCKCHAIN

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Tuesday, 16. February 2021

InfoCert

Build it! Hack with Phil Live AMA Ep 6

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Holo Live Stream

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Aergo

Interview with CEO of BLOCKO XYZ(CCCV)

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Ockam

Building Ockam as a High Performance Team

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Ubisecure

The latest in finger-vein biometrics with Andy Milton, Hitachi – Podcast Episode 15

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Monday, 15. February 2021

Spherity

Spherity – DSCSA-Compliant Verification of Authorized Trading Partners

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InfoCert

Holochain & Holo We Don't Do Multipliers, Rewards, Airdrops [Arthur Brock]

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Identity Masters - Authentec

Identity Masters - How to make the crypto space safe and open

Bitcoin has reached historic new highs, but will it keep climbing? Anti-Money Laundering regulations are being enforced, but will KYC actually become the norm? Trading exchanges continue to emerge, but how safe are they? We spoke to the founder and CEO of Tycoon, Serdar Bisi, the co-founder of MobiDAX, Denys Tun, and partner at DWF, Nina-Luisa Siedler to tackle the uncertainties in this young, yet

Bitcoin has reached historic new highs, but will it keep climbing? Anti-Money Laundering regulations are being enforced, but will KYC actually become the norm? Trading exchanges continue to emerge, but how safe are they? We spoke to the founder and CEO of Tycoon, Serdar Bisi, the co-founder of MobiDAX, Denys Tun, and partner at DWF, Nina-Luisa Siedler to tackle the uncertainties in this young, yet prosperous industry.


Federal Blockchain News

The Federal Blockchain Playbook

A council of federal and industry technolgy leaders known as ACT-IAC has created a "Blockchain Playbook" for the US Federal Government. The playbook is a 100-page guide to implementing blockchain projects from problem assessment through implementation and integration. On this episode we hear from two authors of the playbook and the leaders of the ACT-IAC Blockchain Working Group, Frederic Devaulx a
A council of federal and industry technolgy leaders known as ACT-IAC has created a "Blockchain Playbook" for the US Federal Government. The playbook is a 100-page guide to implementing blockchain projects from problem assessment through implementation and integration. On this episode we hear from two authors of the playbook and the leaders of the ACT-IAC Blockchain Working Group, Frederic Devaulx and Todd Hager. You can find the playbook on the ACT-IACT website, we also keep a copy on the Federal Blockchain News website, and there is an interactive version on Github.

KuppingerCole

The Need For New Drivers to Improve Cybersecurity | Analyst Chat 63

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Thales Group

Saint-Héand, champion of precision optics - Thales

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Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 2021-02-15

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Friday, 12. February 2021

Radiant Logic | Federated Identity

Radiant Logic Webinar: Migrate and Modernize Your Legacy Directory with RadiantOne FID

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Friday, 12. February 2021

InfoCert

Elemental Chat Demo – First Fully P2P Chat App (POC) on Holochain (RSM)

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PSA Today • Seth and Kaliya

PSA Today #33: Kaliya & Seth talk Synthetic Data with Harry Keen, CEO and co-founder of Hazy.com

Fascinating conversation about the emergence of Synthetic Data and its role in protecting privacy and preserving anonymity in various use cases including finance and advertising.   Hazy is the most advanced and experienced synthetic data company. We were founded in early 2017 by Harry Keen (CEO), James Arthur (CTO emeritus) and Dr. Luke Robinson (CSO). With one foot in big business and the

Fascinating conversation about the emergence of Synthetic Data and its role in protecting privacy and preserving anonymity in various use cases including finance and advertising.  

Hazy is the most advanced and experienced synthetic data company. We were founded in early 2017 by Harry Keen (CEO), James Arthur (CTO emeritus) and Dr. Luke Robinson (CSO). With one foot in big business and the other in academia, Hazy stands on the belief that privacy by design should not slow down innovation.

Originally a UCL AI spin out, London-based Hazy was initially incubated by Post Urban Ventures and CyLon cybersecurity accelerator. Our startup began trying to fix the flaws of traditional data redaction and then data anonymisation. We soon discovered anonymised data will always pose a risk to re-identification.

Friday, 12. February 2021

TNO

TNO Zero Programming - automatic programming of robots

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Friday, 12. February 2021

TNO

TNO Zero Programming - automatisch programmeren van robots

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Friday, 12. February 2021

Authenteq

Authenteq presents - Crypto Talks: keeping the crypto space safe and open

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Thursday, 11. February 2021

Auth0

Credential Stuffing, Multi Factor Authentication, and More - Security Theatre, Episode 1

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Password Breaches, Password Managers, and more! - Security Theatre, Episode 2

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OWI - State of Identity

Telos Corporation: The Evolution of Cybersecurity

Host Cameron D’Ambrosi chats with Steve Horvath, VP of Strategy and Cloud at Telos Corporation. Tune in to learn how the NIST Cybersecurity Framework is applicable across public and private sectors and what mobile technologies have blurred the corporate lines. Horvath gives a candid view into the lessons he's learned in handling systems and compliance issues for federal IT professionals, and the b

Host Cameron D’Ambrosi chats with Steve Horvath, VP of Strategy and Cloud at Telos Corporation. Tune in to learn how the NIST Cybersecurity Framework is applicable across public and private sectors and what mobile technologies have blurred the corporate lines. Horvath gives a candid view into the lessons he's learned in handling systems and compliance issues for federal IT professionals, and the benefits of automated vs. manual compliance in accommodating new cybersecurity regulations.


Digicert

5G and PKI: a match made in the cloud

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Blockstack

Layton Diament & Dan Trevino: Boom | Stacks 2.0 Launch

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Wednesday, 10. February 2021

Thales Group

Thales Smart Mobility Experience: Join us!

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Veridium

4 Fingers Touchless ID in Action | Biometric Enrolment & eKYC-IDV

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Finema

Finema Pitching for SEA

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Tuesday, 09. February 2021

Certisign

Preparando o navegador para emissão do Certificado Digital | Certisign

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Erro na instalação do Certiplugin: Como resolver? | Certisign

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Tuesday, 09. February 2021

Zilqua

Zilliqa's Amrit Kumar Talks About How to Create a "Simple Stablecoin"

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Amrit Kumar and Colin Miles Discuss 2021 Plans for Zilliqa

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Fission

Travis Vachon presents SOLID Protocol and ItMe

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Monday, 08. February 2021

Global ID

Greg Kidd: "The one good thing about America"

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IDnow

IDnow Career

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Hello User - Pingidentity

Episode 2 with Andre Durand

In the second episode of Hello User, Richard is joined by identity security expert Andre Durand.  Andre is the founder and CEO of Ping Identity as well as founder of the Cloud Identity Summit.  They discuss the current state of digital identity security and how the pandemic may accelerate the changes needed to shape the future of digital identity security. Key Takeaways: [1:26] Durin

In the second episode of Hello User, Richard is joined by identity security expert Andre Durand.  Andre is the founder and CEO of Ping Identity as well as founder of the Cloud Identity Summit.  They discuss the current state of digital identity security and how the pandemic may accelerate the changes needed to shape the future of digital identity security.

Key Takeaways:

[1:26] During the pandemic we digitized so many aspects of our economy without focusing on one of the most important parts; identity.

[3:07] There is a complexity to who we are online; and it’s not solely based on our own projections and declarations.

[6:20] How your digital employment identity differs from your consumer identity. 

[9:21] Currently third parties have much more control over digital identity than the individuals.

[10:45] With so many players rushing to enter the digital identity space, how we can sift through the noise.

[13:41] How shifting control of digital identity to the individual will dramatically change our current identity and access management systems.

[16:48] One of the biggest objections to changing how identity security is user behavior, but people’s behavior during the pandemic has shattered those notions.

[18:17] The mobile phone is one of the most powerful digital identity devices.

[20:00] Identity for individuals might progress in the future to create a better, more secure experience with companies.

[20:44] Outside of the user experience, companies are most concerned with the cost of fraud.

[22:24] Why identity verification is paramount.

Quotes:

“As we’ve experienced during the pandemic, tremendous amounts of our economy have been able to move into digital pathways. The one thing that we forgot to move was people.” “Water always finds the path of least resistance and humans tend to find the path of least resistance, as well.” “You own your identity, but others own the verified record of your behavior.” “In some abstract way, we are the aggregate of all of our interactions with third-parties.” “If you wanted to know the totality of our behavior, it probably exists somewhere in the digital exhaust of the identity management systems of all the companies we interact with.” “The weakest link within national cybersecurity infrastructure right now is the ability to confirm that someone is who they say they are.” “We’ve come up with terms for identity that are absent the individual.” “Fraud costs money.” “The house of cards of strong identity cannot be built upon weak identity verification.”

Mentioned in This Episode:

Andre Durand

Ping Identity

Monday, 08. February 2021

Xertify

Pasaporte de vacunación Xertify

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Monday, 08. February 2021

Federal Blockchain News

Campaign Finance: 4US & BlockApps enlist blockchain

Campaign finance software creator Schweitzer Laboratories has enlisted BlockApps to create blockchain-enabled transparency for campaign finance reporting. Hear fromWill Schweitzer, Blockapps CEO Kieren James-Lubin, and former FEC Chair Ann Ravel about using blockchain to bring trust back to America's elections.
Campaign finance software creator Schweitzer Laboratories has enlisted BlockApps to create blockchain-enabled transparency for campaign finance reporting. Hear fromWill Schweitzer, Blockapps CEO Kieren James-Lubin, and former FEC Chair Ann Ravel about using blockchain to bring trust back to America's elections.

KuppingerCole

The SOCaaS Market Segment - A First Look | Analyst Chat 62

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Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 2021-02-08

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Saturday, 06. February 2021

Factom Podcast by Blockventure

The Factom Podcast Ep. 10 with BVC

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Saturday, 06. February 2021

Earth ID

EarthId is Rebranding!

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Friday, 05. February 2021

Digicert

Tech Bite: Managing TLS/SSL Risks and Vulnerabilities

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ValidatedID

Electronic signature integration with DataFlex

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Global ID

The one person Big Tech should fear

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Thursday, 04. February 2021

Okta

Identity for the Internet

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Thursday, 04. February 2021

Caribou Digital

Stanley, the ex platform worker (Part 1)

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Stanley, the ex platform worker (Part 3)

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Stanley, the ex platform worker (Part 2)

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Thursday, 04. February 2021

OWI - State of Identity

Sumsub: Solving the Conversion Equation

Host Cameron D'Ambrosi chats with Vyacheslav Zholudev, Founder and CTO at Sumsub an identity verification platform for people-friendly checks, automated compliance processes, and fraud protection gear. Tune in to hear how to onboard more while keeping fraudsters at bay.

Host Cameron D'Ambrosi chats with Vyacheslav Zholudev, Founder and CTO at Sumsub an identity verification platform for people-friendly checks, automated compliance processes, and fraud protection gear. Tune in to hear how to onboard more while keeping fraudsters at bay.

Thursday, 04. February 2021

KuppingerCole

A Stepwise Approach to Deploying Decentralized Identity

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Digital Identity for Enterprises

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Data Monetization Model for the Decentralized Web

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Thursday, 04. February 2021

Aergo

AERGO Hub(Beta) Tutorial Part.4

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AERGO Hub(Beta) Tutorial Part.5

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Thursday, 04. February 2021

Aergo

AERGO Hub(Beta) Tutorial Part.3

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Wednesday, 03. February 2021

Global ID

Why breaking up Facebook isn't the real solution

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InfoCert

Holo AMA 44 Quick Cuts – Future usage of GPU

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Ubisecure

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

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Wednesday, 03. February 2021

ValidatedID

Integración de las firmas electrónicas de Validated ID y SAP FIORI

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Wednesday, 03. February 2021

Let's Talk about Digital Identity

Lisa LeVasseur on the ethical behaviour of technology and the Me2B Alliance – Podcast Episode 38

Let's Talk About Digital Identity with Lisa LeVasseur, Executive Director at Me2B Alliance. In episode 38, Lisa and Oscar discuss the Me2B Alliance and how it aims to make technology better for humans, plus the businesses (B-s) which are shining a light on privacy issues and giving the Me-s more control. "We used to call ourselves something like the 'organic food label'. But that's actually not rig
Let’s Talk About Digital Identity with Lisa LeVasseur, Executive Director at Me2B Alliance.

In episode 38, Lisa and Oscar discuss the Me2B Alliance and how it aims to make technology better for humans, plus the businesses (B-s) which are shining a light on privacy issues and giving the Me-s more control.

“We used to call ourselves something like the ‘organic food label’. But that’s actually not right. We’re more like independent automobile crash testing.”

Lisa LeVasseur is Executive Director at Me2B Alliance, a non-profit organisation that is setting the standard for respectful technology. An MBA technologist with a background in Computer Science and Philosophy, Lisa began strategic work in cellular telecom industry standards in the late ‘90s while at Motorola. Since then, she has participated in 3GPP, 3GPP2, MEIF, WAP Forum, IETF, W3C, IEEE and Kantara Initiative.

Find out more about Me2B Alliance at me2ba.org. Join as a ‘Me’ or a ‘B’ at me2ba.org/membership.

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

 

Wednesday, 03. February 2021

Digicert

Latest trends in TLS/SSL, Q4 2020

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Minutes, Not Months: Lightning Fast Cloud PKI Solutions

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Wednesday, 03. February 2021

Digicert

How PKI Management Turned Headaches into Best Practices: A Healthcare Case Study

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CertCentral® Automation Tools - Part 2: Sensor-based Automation

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Threatscape 2020: Strategies for Better Security

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Caribou Digital

COVID-19 Video storytelling project: How to record your video diaries

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Digicert

Freeware CAs Aren't Free – Common Challenges and Misconceptions

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CertCentral® Automation Tools– Part 1: Agent-based Automation

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DigiCert® Labs: What’s Coming Next in TLS Discovery and Automation

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Tuesday, 02. February 2021

Okta

Okta Workflows and Proofpoint: Working together to reduce threats in realtime.

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Tuesday, 02. February 2021

Auth0

How to build a community with Sherry List and Andres Leonardo Martínez Ortiz

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Tuesday, 02. February 2021

Digicert

Secure in Minutes: Containerization, Part I

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Monday, 01. February 2021

Global ID

EPISODE 03—Should we trust Facebook?

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B2Lab

BLOKISIGN

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Jelurida

Jelurida Weekly Wins 01 02 2021

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Sunday, 31. January 2021

Zilqua

2 years since mainnet launch: HUGE 88k reward offer, NEW Partner Revealed!

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Thursday, 28. January 2021

Dock

Dock SDK Tutorial - Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) (Part 2 of 8)

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Okta

Oktane20 Opening Video

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Okta’s Redesigned Admin Console and Dashboard

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Friday, 22. January 2021

Equinix

Equinix SmartKey Webhook for Kubernetes Secrets Part 2 of 3

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Friday, 22. January 2021

Earth ID

Decentralized Identity for Payments - by Debajani Mohanty

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Tuesday, 12. January 2021

Okta

Modernizing Identity with Fairleigh Dickinson University

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Monday, 11. January 2021

Zilqua

Navigating the Zilliqa Governance Forum

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Zilliqa End-of-Year Fireside Chat feat. Amrit Kumar and Colin Miles

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Wednesday, 16. December 2020

Equinix

Spotlight on Equinix Precision Time 2020.1

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Creating a Device Link Across Your Organizations Under Your Parent Company on Network Edge 2020.4

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Equinix Fabric Connection to Non-Equinix Fabric Customer

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Monday, 14. December 2020

IDnow

IDnow eSign English B2B (incl. Subtitles)

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IDnow eSign B2B (Deutsche Untertitel)

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IDnow ESign English B2C

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IDnow ESign German B2C

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Brand IDnow

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Sunday, 06. December 2020

Zilqua

Introduction to Zilliqa

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Ubisecure

[Webinar] Wave goodbye to passwords: Frictionless biometric authentication with Hitachi VeinID Five

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Wednesday, 25. November 2020

ValidatedID

Integration of Validated ID Remote signature with Swisscom

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Friday, 20. November 2020

Equinix

Configure Access Controls on Your Virtual Devices with Equinix Network Edge 2020.4

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Creating a Device Link on Equinix Network Edge 2020.4

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Tuesday, 17. November 2020

B2Lab

BLOCKCHAIN TO START

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Friday, 13. November 2020

HYPR

2020: The Passwordless Decade | HYPR & ForgeRock Webcast

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Coinfirm

DeFi: The Fine Line Between ‘Software’ and ‘Service’ Provider

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Thursday, 12. November 2020

ValidatedID

Demo firma remota de documentos desde el ERP e-Satellite de Freematica con Validated ID

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Demo firma biométrica desde el ERP e-Satellite de Freematica con el servicio de Validated ID

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BlockPass

2020 Blockpass KYC Connect Onboarding Guide

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Thursday, 12. November 2020

Kaleido

Kaleido - The Blockchain Business Cloud (Anthem Video)

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Wednesday, 11. November 2020

Kaleido

Blockchain as as Service - Kaleido Tech Tuesday, Nov 10, 2020

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Onfido Tech

CAB Recap Video

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Wednesday, 11. November 2020

Authenteq

Authenteq Desktop Identity Verification

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Tuesday, 10. November 2020

MATTR

Generating revocable credentials using the MATTR Platform

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Arcblock

Deploy Solid Server in One Click with ArcBlock Blocklets

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Tuesday, 10. November 2020

ProximaX

How to convert your account to a multisign account

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How to create and restore snapshots

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How to set up a ProximaX Sirius Chain P2P node

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How to set up a virtual machine with Docker on Windows 10

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How to upgrade a ProximaX Sirius Chain node

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Monday, 09. November 2020

IdRamp

Fostering Digital Business Innovation with Decentralized Self Sovereign Identity

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Wednesday, 04. November 2020

MATTR

BBS+ Signatures – Part 2

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Wednesday, 04. November 2020

R3

Conclave Multi-party Computation Made Easy | CordaCon 2020

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Wednesday, 04. November 2020

R3

Confidential Computing: the Last Piece of the Market Transformation Jigsaw | CordaCon 2020

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Wednesday, 04. November 2020

platform of trust

3 syytä harmonisoida dataa | Platform of Trust -webinaari

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Wednesday, 28. October 2020

HYPR

It's Time To Eliminate Passwords

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Wednesday, 21. October 2020

Dock

Dock SDK Tutorial - Intro (Part 1 of 8)

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Sunday, 20. September 2020

PrivKey LLC

YouTube PrivKey Channel Description

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Sunday, 06. September 2020

PrivKey LLC

zcash security

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Monday, 20. July 2020

Certisign

Certificado Digital para MEI | Certisign

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Monday, 15. June 2020

IDnow

How to integrate IDnow VideoIdent iOS SDK using Cocoapods

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How to integrate IDnow VideoIdent iOS SDK manually

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Tuesday, 26. May 2020

Certisign

Certificado Digital sem sair de casa (Atendimento por videoconferência)

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Friday, 15. May 2020

mylife digital

Your data powering positive outcomes - About MyLife Digital

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Tuesday, 31. March 2020

Raonsecure

당신의 하루가 안전한 이유, 라온

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make it fun and secure, RAON

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Friday, 07. February 2020

IDnow

How to integrate AutoIdent iOS SDK using Carthage

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How to integrate AutoIdent iOS SDK using CocoaPods

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How to build/run VideoIdent Android Sample App

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How to integrate VideoIdent Android SDK using AAR file

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How to integrate VideoIdent Android SDK

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Monday, 20. January 2020

Spherity

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

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Thursday, 02. January 2020

Zinc

Geraldine Butler-Wright from YoYo Wallet talks about Scaling Culture

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Thursday, 02. January 2020

Zinc

Bertie Tonks - Digital as an enabler for Cultural transformation.

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Thursday, 03. October 2019

Secure Key

Blockchain Research Institute • Identity Series Part II: Identity in Financial Services

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Saturday, 28. September 2019

Cryptonics

Valencia Bitcoin Meetup Seminar - 27 September 2019 [Spanish]

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Monday, 16. September 2019

Zinc

Occupation: People

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Tuesday, 03. September 2019

Metadium

Metadium AMA Recap with CEO & CTO

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Thursday, 27. June 2019

R3

R3 Sizzle Final

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Monday, 03. June 2019

mylife digital

Wood for Trees - Charity Legacy Donations over Ten Years

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Sunday, 10. March 2019

fair&smart

Fair&Smart - BPCE Startup Camp (Platform for managing personal data)

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Tuesday, 02. October 2018

Bitnation

Bitnation Nasarawa #01 @ Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia

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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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Monday, 30. July 2018

cozy cloud

TUTORIEL #8 - Développer un connecteur pour Cozy par Christophe Thiriot, Front Dev @CozyCloud

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Thursday, 14. June 2018

Gamecredits

GameCredits and FanDuel Launch World Cup Tournaments!

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Wednesday, 06. June 2018

Schluss

State of the Region Marie José Hoefmans, Schluss

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Sunday, 14. January 2018

Schluss

Schluss

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Thursday, 28. September 2017

personium

[Personium] App Screen demo(English) Scenario1

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Mythics

Electronic Procurement Information & Contract Subscription Service (EPICS2)

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Oracle NETRA Modular System (NMS) - Using OEM13c for VMWare Management

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Monday, 07. March 2016

Schluss

About Schluss - EN

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Netki

Netki Wallet Name Resolver Chrome Extension

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Wednesday, 25. November 2015

Netki

Matt David USC Talk 10 28 15

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Wednesday, 26. August 2015

Tradle

Don’t be afraid to talk to yourself. It’s the only way you can be sure somebody’s listening

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Wednesday, 17. December 2014

meeco

Meeco Plugin v0.3 New Features

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Monday, 19. May 2014

Vimsa

Visma is part of the concept PictureAid

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