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Each episode features an in-depth conversation with a digital identity leader, focusing on industry hot topics and stories. Join Oscar Santolalla and his special guests as they discuss what’s current and what’s next for digital identity. Produced by Ubisecure.

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Each episode features an in-depth conversation with a digital identity leader, focusing on industry hot topics and stories. Join Oscar Santolalla and his special guests as they discuss what’s current and what’s next for digital identity. Produced by Ubisecure.

    Enhancing the Privacy of Mobile Credentials, with John Wunderlich – Podcast Episode 71

    Enhancing the Privacy of Mobile Credentials, with John Wunderlich – Podcast Episode 71

    Join Oscar and John Wunderlich in this week’s podcast episode 71, as they discuss mobile credentials – what are the challenges and solutions surrounding mobile credentials, what is IAMs role in this and how systems need to be developed around trust.



    "So, you have different levels of assurance in the physical world, just as you do in the digital world. So, anybody can issue a credential, the question is what level of authority you give to the credential."



    John Wunderlich is an information privacy & security expert with extensive experience in information privacy, identity management, and data security. He has designed, built, operated and assessed systems for operations and compliance in the private and public sectors for over 25 years. This includes working or consulting for Fortune 500 corporations, government ministries, small companies, volunteer organizations, regulators, and health systems organizations of all sizes.



    Connect with John on LinkedIn and Twitter or email him at john@wunderlich.ca.



    This is the Report on mobile Driving License Privacy:

    https://kantarainitiative.org/download/pimdl-v1-final/



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    • 25 min
    Enabling and protecting children's digital identity with Nicky Hickman and Dr Rachel O’Connell, TrustElevate

    Enabling and protecting children's digital identity with Nicky Hickman and Dr Rachel O’Connell, TrustElevate

    In episode 70, Nicky Hickman and Dr. Rachel O’Connell of TrustElevate discuss children’s digital identity – why this is so important, what challenges are currently being faced and what solutions need to be put into place to help protect children with the digital landscape.



    "There is a clear and present need for regulatory drivers to enhance children's safety online to ensure the companies are held accountable and are transparent in terms of the measures that they take to keep kids safe online. And critical and central to that is digital identity."



    Nicky Hickman is a freelance product & innovation manager based in the UK with international experience in APAC, Europe and Africa. With a background in telecoms she has worked with digital identity and personal data markets for ~20 years researching, designing and delivering multi-channel large scale CIAM services and strategies for clients including Vodafone, O2, GSMA, Barclays, Sky and Verizon. In the last 5 years she has been a contributor to open-source communities at the Sovrin Foundation, where she served as a Trustee and Chair of the Identity for All Council, and at Trust over IP Foundation where she is a co-chair of the Human Experience Working Group. Nicky is also an active researcher and is an industry contributor and guest lecturer at the University of Jyväskylä’s Blockchain & Digital Identity Start-Up Lab in Finland.



    Find Nicky on LinkedIn.



    Dr Rachel O’Connell is a leading expert on online child safety. Her PhD examined paedophile activity online and the implications for investigative strategies. Rachel set up the first UK Internet safety centre in 2000; she was Chief Security office for Bebo a social networking platform 2006-2010. Rachel is the founder of TrustElevate, author of a technical standard published by the British Standards Institution that describes how to verify the age band a person belongs in a privacy-preserving, secure manner.



    Find Rachel on LinkedIn.



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    • 41 min
    Exploring Identity in the metaverse with Aaron Painter, Nametag

    Exploring Identity in the metaverse with Aaron Painter, Nametag

    In episode 69, Oscar and Aaron discuss identity in the metaverse – including Aaron’s vision for how both people and organisations can prove their identity in the metaverse, and what virtual platforms can do to make their communities safer/more trustworthy.



    “I’m deeply optimistic that we can create this metaverse environment, or the next generation of the internet or Web 3.0, with a greater sense of authenticity behind people to create safer and more trusted spaces.”



    Aaron Painter is the CEO of Nametag Inc, the company who invented “Sign in with ID” as a more secure alternative to passwords. He is the former Vice President and General Manager of Microsoft China, Hong Kong, and Brazil as well as best-selling author of LOYAL, where he describes his key to leadership: fostering a culture of listening.



    Find Aaron on LinkedIn.



    Nametag is the fast, safe, everywhere ID with a mission to bring authenticity to the internet and enable people to build more trusted relationships. Through sophisticated, proprietary AI-technology, Nametag verifies people, not passwords, creating the next generation of digital security. The app uses multi-factor authentication, government ID verification, and biometric recognition to ensure only users have access to their own data. Nametag never stores, sells, or mines a user’s data. By putting privacy first, Nametag gives the consumer control over sharing your personal information, and the power to choose when it’s shared, where it’s shared, and for how long.



    Find out more about Nametag at www.getnametag.com.



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    • 21 min
    The Opportunities for Europe's Identity Landscape with eIDAS 2.0, with Bo Harald

    The Opportunities for Europe's Identity Landscape with eIDAS 2.0, with Bo Harald

    In episode 68, Bo discusses all things eIDAS 2.0 – what eIDAS 2.0 is and how it differs from eIDAS 1.0; the opportunities with Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) and eReceipts; public and private sector involvement; what the world can learn from the Nordics for projects like eIDAS and GAIN; and how smaller players can influence the Commission’s decisions.



    "Some people say that this is more important than the Internet, I agree… During 40 years of digital work, I've seen a lot of important things, but this is the biggest by far."



    Bo Harald has been named as one of the most influential technologists of the 20th century by Institutional Investor, and has been awarded for advancing the Information Society by the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications. He currently works as an independent advisor at Findy.fi, a Senior Advisor at the Finnish Council of Regulatory Impact Analysis, a Founder and Steering Committee member at MyData.org, and with the publicly funded Real Time Economy programme. He also has an active role in the Finnish eIDAS 2.0 workgroups.



    Connect with Bo on LinkedIn.



    Find Bo's open letter to the EU Commission posted in Finextra -https://www.finextra.com/blogposting/22017/open-letter-to-the-eu-commission



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    • 31 min
    Inclusive identity: are we doing enough? With Tricerion, Women in Identity and FinClusive

    Inclusive identity: are we doing enough? With Tricerion, Women in Identity and FinClusive

    Episode 67 explores inclusive identity. Making identity solutions inclusive for everyone wanting (or needing) to use them is a topic that's coming more and more to the forefront of the identity industry. From logging into apps, to accessing essential services; to how barriers to organisation identity is impacting individuals - in this episode, we speak to three guests from the identity industry on what they're doing to help solve these issues.



    Schehrezade Davidson is the CEO of Tricerion Limited, a company that owns novel patented mutual authentication software using image passwords. Find Schehrezade on LinkedIn. Find out more about Tricerion at tricerion.com. Schehrezade has appeared on the podcast twice before, talking about: neurographic passwords (episode 26) and immunity passports (episode 41).



    "If the onus is on the individual to authenticate themselves, those in the industry need to make it truly inclusive with alternative ways, depending on a customer’s needs."



    Dr Sarah Walton is a digital consultant, author, coach and public speaker. She founded Counterpoint in 2003 to support organisations become digital, innovate and grow. Most recently she led the UK Open Finance programme and is Women in Identity’s ID Code of Conduct Programme Manager, as well as being commissioned by the Open Identity Exchange to author ID Inclusion reports. Find Sarah on Twitter @sarahlwalton and on LinkedIn. Find out more about Women in Identity at www.womeninidentity.org.



    "This is very much something that is very commercially important but it’s also extremely important to people’s lives and livelihoods on an individual basis."



    Amit Sharma has engaged in a myriad of roles that intersect financial markets, risk management, regulatory compliance, and international development. He is the Founder and CEO of FinClusive, a hybrid FinTech and RegTech company dedicated to financial inclusion. Connect with Amit on Twitter @ASharma_VT and on LinkedIn. Find out more about FinClusive at finclusive.com. Amit has featured on the podcast before, discussing the role of identity in financial inclusion (episode 51).



    "From a macroeconomic perspective, it’s important to note that identity challenges are often seen as just at the individual level, but these at the institutional or entity level are equally important."



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    • 23 min
    Unique opportunities with mobile-centric identity, with Prove's Keiron Dalton

    Unique opportunities with mobile-centric identity, with Prove's Keiron Dalton

    In episode 66, Keiron talks to Oscar about mobile/phone-centric identity, and what it offers to users and organisations that other types of identity/security measures can't. They also explore the key challenges when it comes to mobile identity and how to mitigate against those, particularly when it comes vulnerable people.



    "Mobile is obviously the most relevant future-proofed method of verification."



    Keiron Dalton is currently UK Country Manager and VP for International market development at Prove. Prior to Prove, Keiron has had roles within the GSMA’s mobile connect programme, BT’s mobile identity division and successfully helped to establish the UK mobile identity eco system as it stands today.



    Connect with Keiron on LinkedIn.



    Find out more about Prove at prove.com.



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    • 28 min

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