The shift is good for both baseball and identity.
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.
Open banking provides an opportunity for innovation and a challenge for consumer privacy.
How the eradication of Smallpox shows a way forward for identity models.
The Third Servile War was over. The slave army had been defeated, and their Roman captors offered the survivors a pardon—on one condition: they must identify their leader, Spartacus.
Space debris is a growing problem. So is personal data in the cloud.
On October 21, 1805, the world changed. At the Battle of Trafalgar, British Admiral Horatio Nelson introduced a new strategy for naval warfare, one which points the way to an identity strategy for the Identity of Things.
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