In the wake of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, what happens to our personal data online is (rightly and sensibly) a bigger talking point than ever. The idea that giving our data away is a valid price for using free websites and online services is no longer taken as a given. The upcoming GDPR … Continue reading 10 ways to keep your personal data safe online
The US healthcare system undeniably faces significant challenges. Despite spiralling costs and a high GDP spend, its patient outcomes fare very badly compared to similar countries, especially in measures such as life expectancy. There are also still significant challenges around affordable universal access. But among the various challenges, there have been some very interesting regulatory … Continue reading Patient centricity: Patient empowerment lessons from the US
Individuals will be able to invest in “data funds” in exchange for a new digital currency Datavest and digi.me have announced a partnership at the KNOW Identity Conference to enable individuals to receive a monetary return by investing the data they produce on a daily basis. Datavest has also been selected as a finalist in … Continue reading Datavest partners with digi.me to help people monetise their personal data
One fact looms large beyond the details of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica fallout - millions of individuals lost control of data that they had shared for a different purpose entirely. Consent is at the heart of new EU legislation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), coming online on May 25. And consent is at … Continue reading Why personal APIs and consented sharing are the new frontiers in trust
Digi.me is delighted to have been chosen as one of six finalists in international law firm Bird & Bird's Digital Innovators Power List. The finalists have been chosen from an initial shortlist of 50 as leading examples of digital companies which are truly changing people's lives or transforming businesses in their respective markets. Judged by … Continue reading Digi.me makes the top 6 of the Digital Innovators Power List!
The KNOW Identity Conference 2018 is getting very close and there's lots we want to tell you about! Bringing together thought leaders from multiple disciplines including trust and cybersecurity, it is taking place on March 26-28 in Washington, D.C, and promises to be an unmissable dive into key issues affecting digital identity today and the … Continue reading It’s hotting up at the KNOW Identity hackathon in Washington!
We're co-hosting a hackathon with a $25K prize up for grabs where teams will be given 24 hours to develop innovative solutions that solve a critical challenge in identity and personal data. Developers, hackers, creatives, geeks and anyone else who wants get involved in creating insights and personalised experiences are invited to the KNOW2018 hackathon … Continue reading Join us at the KNOW Identity hackathon in Washington!