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Verizon Security Summit Series Session 6: Revolutionizing Identity

Revolutionizing Identity

In the digital space, it's estimated that the average person has dozens of digital identities, each for a different company or government organization, stored in siloed identity management (IDM) systems. Data quality and security protections for each range in quality, from accurate and strong to inaccurate and fragmented.

Improving data quality is time-consuming and expensive, with financial services institutions (for example) spending millions of dollars annually on Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance processes.

Worse still, users have little or no control over their own digital identity information. Verizon ID helps users move into a true digital identity with strengthened privacy, security, transparency and individual rights. Companies can have a high level of assurance that the person they’re interacting with really is who they claim to be.

This webinar will
- Demonstrate how to Eliminate passwords with biometric security.
- Review more reliable options for encrypting data
- Explain how to secure transactions so they cannot be altered retroactively
Recorded Aug 19 2020 33 mins
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Russell Weiser, Verizon Product Manager & Damon Hopley, Verizon, Senior Product Manager
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    Alexander Schmidt, Solutions Executive Security, Verizon
    Hans Irlacher, Regional Sales Manager, Netskope
    Mario Zimmler, Senior Sales Engineer, Netskope
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