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Digital Identity: How to Approach Liability

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Expectations regarding liability in the digital identity ecosystem can often be mismatched, creating a gap, with imposing liability sometimes seen as the solution to risk.  This paper seeks to close this gap by examining who is active in the digital identity ecosystem, their key liability concerns, and the two [...]

A Blueprint for National and International Oversight of the Digital Identity Market

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In almost every conceivable market, there is an authority or oversight organisation that is responsible for ensuring order and fairness across the market participants. The need is driven by factors such as building confidence and trust in the marketplace, protecting participants and, in many cases, ensuring technical interoperability. The emerging [...]

Aligning the Rules and Tools of Digital Identity: Solving Today’s Burning Business Problems

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In an era governed by digital transactions and data, our methods for managing digital identities, security, and privacy are proving inadequate. At the same time, consumers are looking to do business with companies that have minimal friction as part of their overall service experience, and which provide assurance that [...]