“You are what you eat.” Many a dinner table has heard these words uttered by a parent encouraging their children to make healthy eating choices. At times, these choices are obvious: an apple or a serving of peas has a
We released this latest episode of Mistaken Identity before the U. S. elections, with more still to come from an international perspective on digital identity's impact on voting systems. Dr. Susan Hyde, a Professor of Political Science from UC Berkeley,
In the beginning, blue did not exist. In short order, it came to be associated with health, power, and affluence. Will the same soon be said of working from home?
The shift is good for both baseball and identity.
Can you tell the difference between a bad romance and an exploit by a nation state?
The ongoing surge in financial innovation can only be sustained by a continued demonstration that new technology is safe — and that it can be trusted with valuable assets.
The story of Tarra Simmons asks 'Does the past predict the future?' and prompts a proposal for an identity-centric approach to ethics.
A trip though customs prompts an exploration of strong authentication, its potential and its perils.
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