Humanification of Verification

by Garth Froese9/11/2017 12:26:00 PM

Identity verification data always traces back to people, which makes data personal [More]

PacificEast's War on Fraud - Part 3

by Cindy1/7/2016 1:32:00 PM

Online fraud specialist, Janice Stedman, discusses analyzing relationships in recognizing fraudulent activity. [More]

PacificEast's War on Fraud - Part 2

by Cindy11/10/2015 9:04:00 AM

By: Janice Stedman, Online Fraud SpecialistYou have a website and you are selling?!I can’t tell you[More]

PacificEast's War on Fraud - Part 1

by Cindy10/1/2015 8:49:00 AM

PacificEast's War on Fraud - Three Part Series. While we may be expert tool builders we have to rely on the advice of fraud specialists in the field who fight these battles every day and are best suited to say how each tool should work. [More]

An Inconvenient Truth in the Identity Ecosystem

by Scott Rice5/17/2014 11:23:00 AM

The inconvenient truth of the identity ecosystem is that the eco stands for economics, no ecology. In biological and natural systems the “eco” in ecosystem refers to ecology--the relationship of an organism to its surroundings. And while some of that same sense of the interrelation of parts within a system can apply to the identity ecosystem as well, the dirty truth that identity and privacy experts don’t seem to like to admit is that unless an identity ecosystem makes money, or at least is self-supporting, it can be little more than a group of well-meaning experts sitting around a circle discussing their opinions of how identity and privacy should work. I have sat in several of these circles and they are always informative and often positive so I’m not saying those discussions don’t have value. But the recurring problem in almost every pilot to test these well-informed principles suffers from a lack of eco in the eco system.[More]

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