Mobile ID World and our sibling site FindBiometrics are in Las Vegas this week, reporting live from Money20/20 USA – the world’s preeminent financial services and technology conference. With the finance vertical being the front-line of digital identity’s rapid evolution, since its inception Money20/20 has been ground zero for innovation in mobile ID and biometrics. That’s why this year we once again hit the exhibition floor to meet up with leaders in next gen identity and authentication, and feature the resultant discussions in our live event coverage.
From the digitization of drivers licenses, to the importance of certified liveness detection, to the convergence of information and physical security paradigms – the conversations at this year’s Money20/20 USA provide a snapshot of the wider industry: it’s opportunities, challenges, and accomplishments.
Follow the links bellow to listen to our audio interviews, recorded live from Money20/20 in Las Vegas. Check back frequently as we continue to talk to the financial identity experts at the conference.
Money20/20: FIDO CMO Andrew Shikiar Explains Why 2019 is the Year of ‘FIDO Platformization’ [Audio Interview]
Money20/20: FacePhi CEO Javier Mira Talks Biometric ATMs and Passive Liveness Detection [Audio Interview]
Money20/20: Daon Americas President Conor White on “Identity Continuity” [Audio Interview]
Money20/20: IDEMIA’s Matt Thompson on Making Mobile Digital ID a Reality [Audio Interview]
Money20/20: Breaking Down the Jumio Go Beta Release with VP Global Marketing Dean Nicolls [Audio Interview]
Money20/20: Veratad CEO John E. Ahrens Discusses Age Verification, Growth, and Handling PII [Audio Interview]
Money20/20: BioCatch’s Frances Zelazny Discusses Growing Adoption of Behavioral Biometrics [Audio Interview]
Live Audio from Money20/20: BioConnect CEO Rob Douglas on Unifying Identity Across Physical and Digital Landscapes
Live Audio from Money20/20: Onfido CEO Husayn Kassai on Today’s Sophisticated Fraud Landscape
Money20/20 comes to a close October 30, but the conversations from the exhibition floor and the session stages will be carried forward on November 13 with the webinar “Biometrics and Money: Enabling the Future of Identity First-Finance.”