The Nonconformist Innovation Podcast was created to help you push boundaries, ask the difficult questions, unlock new value and differentiate your business in a hyper competitive marketplace.
Self-Care with Dushka Zapata
On this episode Steve has a conversation with Dushka Zapata, a communications professional and author about the importance of self care, empathy, rest and recovery in the COVID-19 era.
Data Ethics & Innovation with Davi Ottenheimer
The guest on this episode delivers a clear and compelling argument that Ethics is security, that Facebook should not only broken up, but dissolved and that keeping markets free means removing things that harm the marketplace. Also in this episode, we take a look at the role that ethics officers play in business, and thoughts on the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and CPRA. And the most provocative question of all: is the US still in a civil war?
Managing Decentralized Identity with Mike Vesey, Founder and President of IdRamp
On this episode of the podcast Steve talks with Mike Vesey, Founder and President of IdRamp about his entrepreneurial journey to launching a company focused on easing integration and management challenges of next-gen decentralized identity, how decentralized identity gives people power back over their own identities and enables organizations with continuous business model innovation.
On a more practical note, this is the podcast episode you will want to listen to if you are trying to imagine how decentralized identity will be adopted and managed in the real world. How moving from centralized point-to-point architectures to a decentralized identity trust fabric will reduce the threat surface and help make fundamental business practices more secure and streamlined.
Also on this podcast, consultants and advisory practice leaders will get a better understanding of how IdRamp's decentralized identity platform can give service delivery super powers by removing the system and integration complexities while delivering new differentiated value and delighting customers. In this podcast, you will learn how you can create new revenue opportunities by enabling both tool sets and governance programs through decentralized service delivery and policy orchestration and, in Mike's own words, by "adapting to market forces."
Nonconformist Careers for Women in Privacy & Security
Steve has a candid conversation with Dr. Ann Cavoukian (Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre), Danielle Funston (Sentinel) and Michelle Dennedy (DrumWave) on career challenges and opportunities for women in privacy and security.
Self Sovereign Identity with Drummond Reed, CTO at Evernym
On this episode Steve explores what's broken with the Internet today, self-sovereign identity and how distributed governance will work in the future. Also in this episode, Drummond Reed demystifies verifiable credentials, zero knowledge proofs, the implications for Trust over IP and talks about how we can scale not only the technical aspects of SSI, but the business models and alliances that will be needed for SSI to achieve major milestones and critical success.
Visit www.nonconformistinnovation.com to get a full text transcript of this episode and a discount code for Drummond's book.
Dr. Phil Windley - Chairman of the Sovrin Foundation and chief evangelist of the self-sovereign identity movement.
On this episode, Phil Windley discusses the compelling business case for distributed and self-soverign ID systems and the traction he is seeing through his work with the Sovrin Foundation.
The Nonconformist Innovation Podcast is sponsored by our good friends at ForgeRock, a leading provider of digital identity solutions transforming how businesses interact securely with their customers and employees with its modern API-enabled Identity & Access Management platform.