New technologies are iterative; they form the foundation for our digital futures and blockchain is no exception. Even though blockchain is in its early years, its reputation has garnered not only the support of different parties… Continue reading →
Today marks the eighth-annual iteration of Social Media Day. Launched by Mashable to celebrate social media’s impact on global communications, this is an opportunity to consider social media past, present and future. Continue reading →
This week I had the opportunity to speak at the 2017 IdentityNORTH conference in Toronto. It was a great opportunity to bring together leaders from various organizations, including CIBC and the Government of New Brunswick, and discuss how new technologies
We’re all guilty of it. I must admit, it’s tempting to use the same login credentials across all of the online services that I use, for the sole purpose that it’s what is most convenient and easy as a consumer.
Digital data and oil are not so different. When the flow of data and oil goes properly, it is hidden from sight, fluid and goes unnoticed. But when there is a leak, the consequences are catastrophic. Suddenly, everything is laid
By: Jerry Cuomo, IBM Fellow, Vice President Blockchain Technologies, IBM Cloud and Greg Wolfond, CEO, SecureKey You know who you are. We’re not trying to make any existentialist statements here – we’re being pragmatic. You have a defined set of attributes
The sheer volume of data that we share on a daily basis is staggering. From bank account passwords, to credit card details, to credentials for newspaper subscriptions and social media feeds – it is nearly impossible to quantify the bits and bytes of personal data floating around in the ether of the cloud and other networks of communication. Continue reading →
At a time when you can send important contracts (or goofy gifs) to a contact half way around the world in seconds, why are we stuck with identity verification processes that take so long? Continue reading →