In the challenging and fast-paced world of international aid organizations, humanitarian concerns, private sectors, and government agencies, a significant problem arises – the complex management of medical professionals and their multitude of licenses and certifications. Balancing multiple systems across hiring, security, and certification steps, such as background screening, interviews, offer letters, and more, is an intricate task. Even after hiring, the challenge continues as these organizations must continuously monitor the certifications and licenses of their employees, which are often dispersed across various databases. It's a chaotic puzzle, requiring precision and timeliness to find the perfect candidate who meets specific requirements.
The Digital Identity Blog
Allie graduated in 2020 from the University of Nevada, Reno with a degree in strategic communications. For the past two years she has worked as a social media coordinator before joining Verif-y in July as one of our Marketing Associates.
In today's interconnected world, where the internet plays a pivotal role in our daily lives and businesses, the importance of cybersecurity cannot be overstated. With an ever-evolving landscape of digital threats, organizations and individuals are continually seeking innovative solutions to safeguard their data, assets, and privacy. One such game-changing technology that has emerged to bolster cybersecurity efforts is Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this blog post, we will explore the reasons why AI can be highly beneficial for cyber security.
The payments industry is constantly evolving, and with this comes new opportunities for fraudsters. As we move towards a more digitalized world, where payments are made online and in real-time, fraudsters are finding new ways to exploit vulnerabilities in the system.
In today's digital age, speed and efficiency are expected in all areas of life, including education. The New Mexico Higher Education Department recognized the need for a streamlined solution to improve its closed school transcript repository process. The previous platform was inefficient and semi-manual, taking up a significant amount of time and resulting in backlogs and delays.
In today's digital age, organizations collect enormous amounts of data, including financial, health, legal, customer, and business-related data. This data can be private, sensitive, and confidential. With the constant increase in cyber-attacks and data breaches, securing this sensitive data has become a top priority for cybersecurity experts. A secure, cutting-edge data repository can help organizations of all types safeguard their sensitive Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and non-PII data.
Last month Verif-y'sfounder and CEO, Ed Zabar, had the honor of attending the largest financial B2B expo in the world, iFX Dubai.
Digital identity has come a long way in the past decade, particularly within the financial industry. Ten years ago, most financial institutions relied on traditional methods of identification, such as presenting a physical driver's license or passport when opening a bank account or applying for a loan. While these methods were effective, they were also time-consuming and prone to fraud.
Liveness is quickly becoming an essential part of the identity verification process. However, before delving into what liveness is and the benefits associated with it, we need to take a step back and look at the larger picture. Why is liveness needed when we have comprehensive identity verification solutions already? How is fraud detection limited? Only then will we truly understand the need for liveness detection in our solutions.
The U.S. nursing shortage has created a high demand for travel nurses. According to the current American Nurses Association (ANA) standards of practice, all nurses must meet certain criteria when applying for a new position. While there is no shortage of paperwork for travel nurses to complete, including a standard background check, motor vehicle records should be included in all standard processes.