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Rethinking Digital Identity

Determining identity is a fundamental aspect of risk management for transactions. Increasingly, law enforcement agencies, banks and other organizations must consider the many facets of the identity puzzle in order to combat risk. Moreover, the increasing digitalization of governmental, economic and individual domains has complicated the management and verification of identities. Join Bob Schukai, Global Head of Design for Digital Identity Solutions at Thomson Reuters, for a conversation surrounding digital identity.

Learning Objectives
•Understand the global identity landscape
•Examine the different facets of identity
•Reexamine the rules of the road for transaction risk management in lieu of ongoing data breaches
Recorded Feb 20 2018 61 mins
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    •Examine the different facets of identity
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