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With our collection of infographics and white papers, you'll always be in the know.
Every 3 seconds someone's identity is stolen. We'd like to say it's getting better and we see less of this on the horizon but the trend has, unfortunately, not turned around yet. Until that happens we've assembled a list of simple things you can do to protect you and your family from the painful and dramatic effect of identity theft.
You may have heard about the Internet of Things, or IoT. The IoT is a concept, really. The concept is that so many of the devices in our lives are being brought online: our refrigerators can talk to our cell phones, our tablets can access our security cameras. These connections can enhance our safely and simplify our lives, but come with some risks as well. Our IoT infographic is a great primer on this new technology.
Our most recent white paper, the ARPU of Identity was commissioned by the Open Identity Exchange to help the telecommunications community understand the impact they can have, and the revenue they can receive, from participating in identity-centric fraud prevention and subscriber focused projects.
Chief Executive Officer
Garth focuses on building bridges. He loves to span the differences and join the dots between opportunities, people, business structures and international tax regimes. This is the source for his compulsion to open up conversation and ask questions from anyone who has a pulse. He hikes, fishes and spends time at the gym.
Chief Operating Officer
Scott is the resident data nerd. Formerly Scott was a principal data scientist for one of the big 3 credit bureaus and in his youth was a computer programmer. Scott loves data and learning about how companies use it - if you get him started about it you will want to bring a chair (or better yet, a blanket and pillow). Scott writes and blogs and spends his spare time constantly remodeling his house.
Chief Technology Officer
As the head of our technology department, Tom is in charge of the team that builds and maintains our products and services. Tom is passionate about building products that will help make our customers successful and providing first rate support. In his spare time Tom enjoys reading, music and spending time with his family.
Chief Financial Officer
Ken is our numbers guy whose chief area of responsibility is keeping our money organized, our customers invoiced, our suppliers and employees paid and the very critical task of ensuring our Keurig is well stocked. But Ken isn’t what you normally think of when you think of an accountant. His daily driver is a convertible and for fun he rides his motorcycle on summer road trips.
Sr. VP of Business Development
With three children under the age of eight, Dave is a terrific listener. He leverages his 20-plus years of international leadership and business development experience to work with businesses and organizations to find solutions to their problems. Dave is a devoted family man, self-proclaimed BBQ aficionado, and spends his free time fishing and practicing judo.
Director, Carrier Relations
If you get a chance to speak to Stacey on the phone you’ll know immediately she’s from Texas. But don’t let the down home “y’all” fool you; she’s a force to be reckoned with. Stacey is responsible for accessing all of our great telecommunications data resources. Stacey came to us from one of the biggest telecommunications companies in the world.
Sue, who focuses on sales into our telecom markets, was formerly our account manager at one of the largest US carriers. We liked working with her so much, when we heard she was leaving them we invited her to join our team. Sue's decades of telecom experience and her specialization in verification and CNAM/LIDB hosting brings a rich perspective to our carrier focused initiatives. When Sue isn't helping her customers she enjoys cooking and baking.
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Our west coast data center is located just outside of Portland, Oregon. This data center, along with all of our other production data centers, meets SSAE 16 or SAS 70 Type II requirements. This facility is staffed 24/7/365 and is used primarily to support our west coast customers.
Our east coast data center is located just outside of Richmond, Virginia. This data center, along with all of our other production data centers, meets SSAE 16 or SAS 70 Type II requirements. This facility is staffed 24/7/365 and is used primarily to support our east coast and European customers.
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