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.

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