Digital Identity and CARES 2.0
In an era when face-to-face transactions have been replaced by ones online, identity becomes critical. So many services—in banking, healthcare, government and e-commerce—depend on knowing “who is on the other side” of a transaction. With the COVID-19 pandemic, the ability to offer high-value transactions and services online is being tested more than ever, due in large part to the challenges of proving identity online. There are a number of modest but important steps Congress and the executive branch can take to make digital identity a more secure reality. Join us for this webinar as we discuss those ideas and how they might be part of the next COVID-19 legislative package.
Paul Rosenzweig, The R Street Institute, Resident Senior Fellow, National Security & Cybersecurity
Bryson Bort, The R Street Institute, Senior Fellow, National Security & Cybersecurity
Jeremy Grant, Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy | Venable LLP
Congressman Bill Foster, (IL-11)
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