Category Archives: TIDALs

Ensuring Digital Trust – The Fight Against Deepfakes


The online world is currently plagued by Deepfakes, malware, as well as fake news and more. It is now more important than ever to find ways to establish identity and trust. The data economy must seek ways to build on data and trust.


Regulations are driving innovation toward an identity layer on the Internet


The security community often points to the inherent lack of an encryption layer on the Internet as a factor behind many of the related threat vectors. The decentralized nature of the web, which has driven its near ubiquity, also makes it a vector for crime and fraud. Not least because we have no way of knowing if we’re sending information to the wrong people or if the information we receive is from who we think it’s from.


TIDALs: A New Digital Trust Infrastructure


With digital interactions continuing to consume an ever-increasing portion of our personal and professional lives, the ability to determine the validity and authenticity of data is of critical importance. This week on State of Identity I sit down with the founder of Intertrust’s new project that utilizes a combination of blockchain technology and trusted assertions to create a digital trust infrastructure capable of scaling globally to meet this incredible challenge.


TIDALs: A New Digital Trust Infrastructure


With digital interactions continuing to consume an ever-increasing portion of our personal and professional lives, the ability to determine the validity and authenticity of data is of critical importance. This week on State of Identity I sit down with the founder of Intertrust’s new project that utilizes a combination of blockchain technology and trusted assertions to create a digital trust infrastructure capable of scaling globally to meet this incredible challenge.