January 31, 2023
Curious about the role of a QA Tester and what it takes to succeed in this field? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Get an inside look at the day-to-day responsibilities and life in iDenfy from Karolis Kurelaitis, our QA Tester’s viewpoint.
There’s an ultimate feature that describes all cybercriminals accurately. Spoiler alert – it’s the fact that they want to stay anonymous. For years, proxy servers supported malicious actors, helping them blend in and conduct dangerous crimes. But can identity verification end this era?
The internet has been turned into a gold mine for data. Users have filled up their storage banks with millions of data pieces, defining who they are both digitally and IRL. But now Web3 has birthed a new idea by which humans can safely engage with their data through digital identity.
Know Your Business (KYB) helps companies understand every aspect of the businesses they have relations with. That’s why there’s no doubt that nowadays it’s a important part of not only regulated companies’ compliance assurance. But what’s so special about this solution? Tune in to find out.
January 11, 2023
We’re happy to present an easy way to get started with identity verification on your website powered by WordPress. Take a look at the bonus section, specifically dedicated to e-commerce customers!
The static, the responsive, and the semantic are seen as how the internet has evolved. The evolution of web3 might be slow with current trends, but positive adoption is being noticed. The ultimate question that still gives headaches to some critics is the security factor. Tag along to find out more.
December 28, 2022
If you’re not up to speed with iDenfy’s tech environment, now’s the chance to catch up. This time, we’re presenting our Product Owner, Adomas Vitkauskas!
More countries are legalizing online gaming, which led to gambling apps and online casinos being subject to KYC and AML rules. Find out what that means for the rising entertainment industry’s users and businesses.
December 1, 2022
While the use of cryptocurrency for payment is gradually getting into the mainstream and inviting more users to experience what the fuss is about, regulators seek to implement more robust security measures to tackle the ongoing issue of crypto crimes.
Since 2002, more than 38 institutions in USA have reached settlements or pled guilty due to non-compliance with AML regulatory requirements and paid substantial fines in settlements.