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ForgeRock appoints APJ vice president David Hope
Hope joins ForgeRock with more than 20 years of experience in enterprise IT leadership roles.
Why Kiwis deserve the right to control their digital identities
New Zealanders should be able to control and own their digital identity – after all, they own their data and personal information, according to Digital Identity NZ.
Okta: Reclaiming control over digital identity
What is a digital identity? Who is responsible for that information? And what rights do digital citizens have?
Verifi takes spot in Deloitte Asia Pacific Fast 500
"An increasing amount of companies captured by New Zealand’s Anti-Money laundering legislation are realising that an electronic identity verification solution can streamline their customer onboarding."
SingleSource scores R&D grant to explore digital identity over blockchain
Callaghan Innovation has awarded a $318,000 R&D grant to Auckland-based firm SingleSource, a company that applies risk scoring to digital identity.
Govt commits $5.15m to digital identity research
“With more and more aspects of our lives taking place online it’s critical the government takes a lead to ensure New Zealanders have control of how and who uses their identity information,” says Minister Woods.
Spark named as self-sovereign identity steward
The Sovrin Network ledger is operated by Stewards, trusted organisations within the ecosystem who have agreed to abide by certain requirements.
NZTech to launch new digital identity organisation
“We are the country’s newest not-for-profit organisation, bringing together private and government organisations working to make digital identity easier and more secure."
You’re invited: Learn from the best at Sailpoint Navigate in Sydney
August is upon us already and so too is the free SailPoint Navigate 2018 conference with a heavyweight lineup of keynote speakers.
Users, applications, and data: The new frontiers in identity
With the very nature of business changing, identity must evolve to meet the needs of the modern enterprise.
How trusted identity technologies enable SI’s to create enhanced customer experiences
Integrators who embrace the power of trusted identities will be better positioned to help their customers redefine the user experience.
Ping Identity names Versent APAC partner of the year
Melbourne-based solution provider recognised for driving continued customer success.
Why a secure perimeter is no longer enough protection for your IT infrastructure
Digital identity is used as the key method of protecting digital assets regardless of their location or how they are being accessed.
Australia's Digital ID framework is now one step closer to reality
“We believe that it should be safe and easy for everyone to prove who they are. This means giving people a secure option to verify their identity."
How blockchain & design thinking can help us overcome the absence of a national digital identity system
Blockchain is not going to be the one piece of technology that will be the panacea to solve every problem and challenge that exists today.
Identity: The new common language of data - and the new security perimeter
"With so many services in so many locations it’s no longer possible to draw a line around the network, which calls into question how to protect it."
IBM Security wants to stop identity fraud in its tracks
IBM Security is helping to fight global identity fraud by launching a new solution designed especially for financial institutions.
Meet Joshua, the dark web trawler developed in Australia
JOSHUA is able to track state sponsored, activist and insider threats, stolen data markets for privacy goods, credit cards and identity theft.
Australia Post rolls out one-stop-shop for digital ID verification
Customers will be able to use Australia Post's services, as well the Queensland Police Service, Travelex, CUA and Airtasker.
Gemalto blames declining SIM & payments market for drop in Q2 revenue prediction
Gemalto has lowered its second quarter revenue predictions by 9% to NZ$1.2billion, driven by a decline in its SIM business.