I’ve been hearing a version of this question a lot lately. Many friends and former colleagues in the fraud prevention industry have been reaching out to me asking what to expect, from the fraud perspective, during the current coronavirus crisis.
If you’re wondering the same thing, you’re right to be preparing. …
When starting to design our Fully Anonymous Identity Resolution (FAIR) network protocol, one obvious direction was to look at blockchain technology.
After all, blockchain provides a solid decentralized framework that facilitates simple data exchange and consensus building between multiple parties. Blockchain has evolved in the last few years, moving from the marginal to the mainstream, with the promise to truly revolutionize the way we store, share and authenticate transactional data.
As a product-first company, we started by analyzing and identifying what it is that we want the solution to achieve. Our key requirements can be summarized as:
Uri is the Co-founder and VP Product & Research at Identiq. A technologist at heart, expert in risk, fraud, and ML, data solutions.