Trust Stamp has tapped a longtime law enforcement veteran to serve as the company’s new Director of Financial Crime Services. John Bridge brings 34 years of experience to the position, including 25 years as a US Marshall.
During that time, Bridge was at the forefront of financial crime investigation. He previously served as the Senior Inspector/Chief Inspector of Financial Surveillance for the US Marshalls, and is currently the co-chair of the Cyber Fraud Industry Group for the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.
“I enjoyed finding ways to incorporate technology and develop private partnerships to accomplish our missions,” said Bridge of his time in law enforcement. “It is exciting to join a company that leverages technology to solve security and identity-related issues.”
As Director, Bridges will have input on future product design for Trust Stamp’s AI identity platform. He will also serve as a brand ambassador to build new partnerships and solidify existing partnerships with government organizations and private enterprises alike.
“John’s experience makes him uniquely qualified to support our collaboration with public and private sector security experts to combat identity theft and fraud,” added Trust Stamp CEO Andrew Gowasack.
Trust Stamp has already forged numerous partnerships in the public and private sectors. The company teamed up with EmTech in September, while the US and Mexican governments have previously used Trust Stamp’s biometric hashing tech to fight human trafficking.