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What You Need to Know About KNOW (2019), One of the Largest Identity Conferences in the World  

One of the world’s preeminent identity and trust conferences is back; presented by One World Identity (OWI), a leading events and strategy company focused on trust and the data economy, KNOW (2019) will be held in Las Vegas this year, from March 24 to March 27.

The conference, held annually since 2017, is where the latest ideas and trends on the evolving notion of identity, converge. The conference holds a particularly important place in the current climate, wherein data breaches, fraud attacks and cyberwarfare are forcing companies, governments, regulators and customers to reexamine the existent frameworks of trust and safety online.

KNOW (2019) will offer opportunities for product builders, policy makers, entrepreneurs, identity experts, public intellectuals, to exchange insights, collaborate on projects and ideate new solutions to some of the most pressing problems and issues in the identity universe.

Trulioo is proud to be a Titanium Sponsor of the conference. At last year’s KNOW Conference, Trulioo CEO Stephen Ufford was presented with the Industry Leader of the Year award for making an impact on the identity community through academic, business or thought-leadership contributions. More recently, he was recognized as one of the 2019 Top 100 Influencers in Identity by OWI.

This year, Trulioo’s VP of Growth, Anatoly Kvitnitsky, and Director of Strategic Sales, Ryan Creamore, will be at the event.

Kvitnitsky will be part of two panel discussions:

The X-Factors: Advancements in Multi-Layered IDV

Identity is not static but always changing. Only by uncovering dynamic identity insights across both the online and offline worlds can organizations create a holistic view of their users. This panel explores advancements in digital identity intelligence and multi-layered identity verification that governments and enterprises alike are deploying to evaluate risk, mitigate fraud, and build consumer trust in near real-time.

Shared Data in a Sharing Economy

The explosive growth of the “gig” economy has created an urgent need to reliably establish trust between users and platforms across a new universe of shared services. This panel brings together major sharing economy platforms, data brokers, and identity verification providers to discuss creative ways to share relevant identity data within the bounds of consent and compliance – reliably identifying users and flagging risks to facilitate secure customer experiences.

Kvitnitsky’s insights are grounded in his wealth of experience working in strategy and corporate development within financial technology, credit, consumer healthcare and identity markets, and his work with the Rutgers University Big Data Advisory Board, where he serves as a member.

For those interested in understanding how identity verification actually works in practice, Ryan Creamore will be presenting a demo of GlobalGateway – Trulioo’s marketplace of identity data and services, which is used by clients around the world to verify five billion people and 250 million businesses. Creamore, who previously worked at an international payments company, has lent his considerable expertise to helping some of the world’s largest companies build customer onboarding programs which are both customer-centric and compliant with regulations.

KNOW 2019

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We look forward to seeing you in Vegas.

KNOW 2019 Vegas

March 24 – 27, 2019
The Aria Resort in Las Vegas, NV.
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Disclaimer: Trulioo provides no warranty that the information contained in this document is accurate, up to date or complete and in no circumstance does such information constitute legal advice. Any person who intends to rely upon or use the information contained herein in any way is solely responsible for independently verifying the information and obtaining independent expert advice if required.

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