A recap of the "Identity, Authentication, and the Road Ahead” Policy Forum hosted by the Better Identity Coalition, FIDO Alliance, and the Identity Theft Resource Center.
The last five years has seen America make mixed progress on digital identity – in some cases embracing recommendations and moving forward – and in others stalled and rudderless in efforts to counter criminals and hostile nation states.
The Center for Cybersecurity Policy & Law staff offer their predictions on what's to come in 2024 and the season finale of the Distilling Cyber Policy podcast offers some additional commentary on what's ahead.
If you look at every peer country to the U.S. there is either a robust digital identity program in place or a national initiative under way. But the U.S. is an outlier and needs to prioritize these efforts to protect citizens and stop fraud.
FinCEN has linked $212 billion in suspicious activity reports to breakdowns in identity verification.
As artificial intelligence has taken front and center, new threats the technology can enable have increased, making it harder than ever to know what -- and who -- is real online.
State governments are perfectly positioned to lead the way in solving many of the digital identity problems. The Better Identity Coalition has six key initiatives focused on making identity systems work better.