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Unlocking Efficiency and Security: Exploring the Transformative Power of Decentralized Identity for Reusable Identity Verification and Credentialing

Decentralized identity has earned a place in identity management for its capacity to increase privacy and security, while improving the user experience. It is fundamental to creating a reusable verified identity which enables numerous use cases such as reusable KYC, proof of employment, remote onboarding and passwordless authentication.

Join identity experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Ping Identity as they unpack the role of decentralized identity in reusable identity verification and credentialing.
This session will look at two specific business cases where decentralized identity is reducing fraud while improving user experiences and providing monetization opportunities for issuers. 

Speakers' Contributions

Anne Bailey, Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will explain the trajectory of decentralized identity, how it supports reusability, and how that unlocks efficiencies for organizations in both customer journeys and verifying its workforce. 

Darrell Geusz, Product Lead for PingOneNeo at Ping Identity, will share use cases of real-world customers who leverage identity verification and digital credentialing. He will dive into how they achieve safer, more secure, more affordable, and privacy-enhancing processes for customers and the workforce, through utilizing a trusted first party experience for every transaction. 

Decentralized Identity – a Key to Reusing Identity for Improved Security and User Experiences
Annie Bailey Analyst
Annie Bailey
Annie Bailey is an analyst covering emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, and helps synthesize the implications for companies, industries, and markets. She holds a...
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Darrell Geusz Product Lead
Ping Identity
Darrell Geusz
Darrell Geusz has 25 years of experience in identity, credentialing and access management (ICAM) systems and solutions for both the public and private sector. Darrell managed...
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Lead Sponsor
Ping Identity
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