Employers and consumers have embraced digital in the wake of the global pandemic. Enterprises have responded by rapidly pivoting to digital-first experiences, such as online shopping, telehealth and remote employee onboarding, to keep pace with customer expectations and maintain a competitive edge. Underpinning it all is digital identity, which ensures secure and more personalized, streamlined user experiences.
But in this world, identity is far more intricate and risky than the little card in your pocket or the family name you inherited. It’s data, and that makes identity both powerful and vulnerable—especially when the amount of data collected is growing exponentially.
Has identity security kept up during this historic rise of digital interactions? Ping Identity’s CEO, Andre Durand, recently joined me for an episode of Hello User, our podcast on how identity creates our world. In “How Does the Rise in Digital Affect Identity Security?” we explore how the pandemic has opened up an opportunity to shape the future of personal identity. Here are the highlights of that conversation.