Innovations in Identity

Trulioo Comes to Vision 2014

Vision 2014Trulioo’s CEO Stephen Ufford was invited to present at this year’s Vision 2014 Conference in Dallas, Texas. He, along with several other experts from Experian, Zumigo, and Vlctrio formed the panel dedicated to exploring upcoming and current trends in technology and fraud with special emphasis on new authentication methods and technologies.

The panel discussed advancements in technology and consumer experience for the next generation of authentication. Specifically, the new areas of social media, biometrics, mobile location services, and mobile enrollment and how these areas are reshaping the industry. Trulioo is the first ever, global repository of scored online identities, enabling businesses to confidently engage online by verifying their users in real time. Trulioo is the pioneer in aggregating Internet identity information (social, behavioral and ecommerce data) and applying analytics to establish verified online identities.

Vision 2014, presented by Experian, focuses on quality growth and defining new strategies. This conference features compelling guest speakers and industry experts who illustrate how they have overcome challenges and are identifying new opportunities for growth by combining the power of industry-leading data, analytics, and technology with their own personal expertise. This year was headlined by President Bill Clinton who spoke on behalf of his foundation, the William J. Clinton Foundation, as well as his initiatives dedicated to promoting sustainable economic growth and combating climate change.

 

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