Ping Identity digital wallet verifies and secures sensitive data

The new personal identity solution, PingOne for Individuals, allows consumers to better manage their personal data via a digital wallet. The system allows credit bureaus, universities, pharmacies, and other trusted entities to add verified credentials to a user’s PingOne ShoCard digital wallet via a link or when owners scan a QR code. This keeps sensitive data within the person’s control since it is only stored in the digital wallet.

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Data Privacy Software survey shows nearly 40% market growth

June 29, 2021

Fortune Business Insights shows the impact of COVID-19, the major increase in data breaches, the global workforce’s shift to working at home, along with heightened consumer concern over privacy and the raft of new data privacy laws on the data privacy software market. Their projections following this unprecedent period of growth is that the market is on track to increase to more than $17B by 2028. Rising adoption of IoT and significant growth in Asia are also key factors.

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ArcSpan DMP Lets Publishers Monetize Visitors Without Cookies

June 1, 2023

A cookieless DMP?  Sounds crazy, no?  Yet here is our little village of…oh wait, sorry.  Too much musical theater.  What I meant to say is that ArcSpan calls itself a DMP but, unlike the traditional kind, builds and sells segments based on page contents and custom audience attention metrics.  This lets publishers charge more for impressions that are not tied to addressable individuals.  Radical!

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