Registering of SIM phone information provides another powerful data point for improving security and decreasing friction What makes you unique? In terms of identification, we can start with the obvious, your name and date of birth. We can add in data about your life such as address, and in the US, a Social Security Number

Have you ever heard the term cyber-event? When you put the term in context with FinCEN (United States Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network), you know an “event” is a big deal, a significant threat. With the ongoing expansion of cyber-events and cyber-enabled crime, governments have no choice but to create more controls to

In psychology, identity is the qualities, beliefs, personality, looks and/or expressions that make a person (self-identity) or group (particular social category or social group). While that is a vital concept there is another, very practical, meaning for identity: the condition of being oneself or itself, and not another. How can you prove who you are, especially as it comes to a digital world? This has wide-ranging

Effectively Managing PII is Crucial to Ensure Compliance with Privacy Laws and Maintaining Customer Trust. One acronym that is popular today is TMI, too much information. It comes into play when the narrator includes information that is too personal, too revealing for comfort. What happens though, when the personal information is not under the control

May you live in interesting times. Sounds nice, but it’s actually a Chinese curse; interesting implies eventful and eventful is not always good. Considering how eventful 2016 was, we’re in store for a turbulent, dramatic year with a whole lot of changes. While no one has a crystal ball, we can make some predictions for

Money makes the World go round. While that is a lyric to a famous song, it holds a lot of truth; money, as a transmitter of energy, powers our personal economic lives and enables the global economy. Through its transfer between individuals and entities, we can deliver that economic energy almost anywhere on the planet.

nTrust: Remittance from Anyone, to Anywhere.

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

  Living in a beautiful multi-cultural country, Canada welcomes diverse people who have emigrated here from places around the corners of the world. Many foreigners travel all the way here in hopes of making a better living to send money back home to their loved ones. In 2015, a total amount of $23.4 billion was

Yesterday, we reviewed the first part of 2016 in regards to changes in the technology, innovation and regulatory landscape for the online identity industry. Continuing on, here’s what happened in the last half of the year. July In July 2016, FinCEN (The U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network), enacted new rules to close loopholes

Surprising. Incredible. Unbelievable. The superlatives for 2016 can’t do justice for the type of year it’s been. While we can’t cover all the year’s events in just one blog post, we’ll take a look at changes in the technology, innovation and regulatory landscape for the online identity industry. And, as identity has wide-ranging impacts on