Identity Theft

Introduction An individual’s identity is defined most simply by the set of characteristics that enable a person to be recognized or known. There are three ways of thinking about identity: Identity from nature: characteristics given by the birth parents to the child (fingerprints, DNA, iris pattern) Identity from status: characteristics assigned to individuals by other…

Cable Identity and ARPU

There are two identity activities (the two factor authentication service) which cable service providers already provide and which can be monetized: as a credential service provider, leveraging the security capabilities of modem and router equipment attached to their networks. as an attribute provider, leveraging enrollment and account status information about subscribers. Identity services allow individuals to…