Digital Identity

Big Brother's Protection

Big Brother's Protection

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I didn’t say you could touch me

I didn’t say you could touch me

order isotretinoin from india The use of biometrics in user authentication is thriving with fingerprint sensors becoming more common and technology evolving for reliable facial and voice recognition being used within apps.  Next generation smartphones may also contain iris scanning capability thanks to micro form factor components that can be included in the existing footprint.   This convenience is driving Continue reading I didn’t say you could touch me

You don’t know what you’re doing

You don’t know what you’re doing

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Distributed Identity Has No Clothes

Distributed Identity Has No Clothes

In January the Government Chief Scientific Advisor, Sir Mark Walport, published a report setting out the findings of a review exploring how distributed ledger technology can revolutionise services, both in government and the private sector.  This 88-page report explored a vision of how distributed ledger technology could reshape how government interacts with its citizens. Whilst Continue reading Distributed Identity Has No Clothes