Digital Identity Verification For Lending And Payments
About the Interview, Past
The tools financial institutions and ecommerce providers traditionally use to validate consumers’ identities have become antiquated and data sources once considered the ‘gold standard’ for identity verification have been compromised. Today, when consumers are mobile-first, have thin or non-existent credit histories, and want frictionless transactions, a new approach to identity verification is needed.Without it, the 5 billion people around the world who make cash purchases risk exclusion from the modern economy.
The good news is that a fresh, digital approach to identity is here. With the help of machine learning, we can now use the vast amount of data consumers generate in their online lives to verify their real-world identities. How does this technology work and what does it mean for businesses trying to onboard more good customers and root out fraudsters?
Join us for this SVIC interview for answers to these questions and more as we talk to Johnny Ayers, Co-founder and SVP at Socure.Watch our Facebook Live interview here at 10 am PDT / 6pm GMT on February 7. No registration required.
Johnny AyersSocure, Co-Founder And SVP
About Our Guest
Johnny Ayers is the Co-Founder and SVP for Socure. As an industry expert on fraud prediction, authentication and identity verification, he has helped craft the ID+ solution into a powerfully predictive tool for tier-one financial institutions and ecommerce providers to better understand digital identity and onboard new customers. Socure is the second company he’s co-founded, having also led international teams for growth ventures that serve organizations large and small across 6 different continents.
He received both his Bachelors and Masters in Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
In his spare time, Johnny is an advisor and mentor to a number of well-known and fast-growing startups in New York City.
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