Data sharing is a crucial ingredient of the digital economy and one that post-Brexit Britain is going to have to get on top of to compete with its US and EU peers.
Fingerprint scanners lie at the heart of the non-profit organization’s mission to help NGOs and health agencies deliver vital services to recipients with no formal ID.
I agree with Nick - the cynical reading of Facebook's new 'Supreme Court' throws up a lot of important small print
Toothless PR gesture or an independent body with real bite? Facebook's new Oversight Board ticks a lot of boxes, but begs a lot of questions.
Details on last year’s hack of Jeff Bezos’ phone - the subsequent threat of exposure of very sensitive information - trigger ideas about what enterprises should learn from the incident.
Nothing is rarer in the enterprise than a provocateur with substance. Could Constellation's Steve Wilson be one of those? At the Connected Enterprise 2019 event, I put Wilson to the podcast test - pressing him for context on "Identity is Dead."
Facial recognition technology has an ominous reputation - and for good reason. But are there beneficial applications? Athena Security and D-ID believe the answer is yes. Here's my take on our recent discussions.
Automobili Lamborghini/Salesforce partnership gives up another potential blockchain use case and benefits of the emerging technology at the front end.
The charity’s roll-out of Workplace by Facebook provided the ideal piggyback for a new approach to Identity and Access Management (IAM) across its cloud infrastructure.
Beyond the evil facial recognition myth - can AI play an ethical role in predictive threat detection?
The stories on facial recognition advances lean strongly towards the concern side, with a host of consequences poorly addressed during rollouts. But is there an AI-for-good role in threat prediction?
The time has come think critically about the value of AI as it stands, and whether to be concerned that a concerted effort to press it forward to true intelligence bypasses ethical questions.
The first details emerged this week of a Workday blockchain initiative to help HR teams speed up verification of credentials when taking on new staff
Dubai Airports technology chief Michael Ibbitson discusses its use of Okta's identity platform and why the aviation industry should break up identity silos
Swiss financial services juggernaut picked Okta over Ping and Microsoft because of its flexibility and passwordless roadmap