“What Was Your First Dog’s Name?” And Other Ways to Annoy Your Customers
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At a time when cybersecurity companies are rolling out zero trust offerings, to ensure only those people and machines who are fully authorized and authenticated can access networks and services, a company based in Denver, Colorado is looking to solve digital identity challenges with an approach they are calling a “Zero Knowledge” network-based approach.
What makes Journey’s new solution, which has come out of stealth mode after over two years of R&D, testing and integration disruptive is how their solution engages and empowers customers, giving them the intuitive tools they need to orchestrate their own “journey” with the brands and organizations they wish to interact with. They now have 14 patents-pending for this fundamentally new approach to solving for the frustrating challenge of proving identity digitally.