Transactions in IP and finance often require an excessive amount of verified personal information. But what if there was a way to provide verified proof by revealing only the specific amount of information necessary to approve the transaction?
Let’s face it, regulatory compliance is like the broccoli on a five-year-old’s dinner plate (that glaring thing you hate, but you’re forced to swallow).
With the rise of blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, FinTech and RegTech, compliance departments are facing a lot of new challenges. There’s a fine line between enjoying the benefits of advancements and managing the risks that come with them.
Conversations around the use of personal data occupy a lot of mindshare these days. As data usage increases, so does the risk of privacy breaches, fines and possible impact to reputation.
You know the ‘techie’ stereotypes – introverted, intensely smart, socially awkward, individualistic and mostly, male. While we know these subjective, there do seem to be some common threads among IT professionals, and many report having a hard time communicating in a way that positions them for leadership roles.
If you’re a Creative Director or Manager involved in hiring, there’s a good chance you’re being affected by unconscious bias.
Landing that first job is one of the most difficult challenges a young student or graduate can face.