While undergoing digital transformation is a necessity, it brings new obstacles to light. Not only do organizations struggle to find the talent they need to bring them into this new age, they’re also grappling with the best way to handle consumer data. User consent and privacy has taken centre stage, and consumers share a mounting concern over the implications of giving their data away to corporations. Over the past few years, we’ve witnessed a gradual (and then, not so gradual) erosion of trust in technology.
At Okta, we believe deeply in the potential for technology, and that for organizations of all sizes and industries: trust is the new frontier. Today, businesses need to both adopt technology that enables them to innovate while prioritizing the security, privacy, and consent controls that help them to be trusted. We believe Okta is uniquely positioned to empower organizations navigating this new frontier and help them securely connect the right people to the right technologies at the right time.
Imagine a world where a person’s identity and the devices operating on their behalf can be verified immediately, safely, and securely, across multiple touchpoints and in both the digital and the physical world; where access is gained without passwords and data is exchanged only with consent - as simple as saying: “Hi, this is me.” Access to a digital identity will unlock new and enhanced experiences for people as they interact with businesses, service providers and their communities. This is the future with digital identity.
Mastercard, in collaboration with a broad range of partners, is developing a new digital identity system that works for everyone, no matter where in the world they are or have come from. One that is convenient, without compromising on security. This talk will address our vision and system model for our digital identity service.