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3 “Not so Obvious” Things State DMV Leaders Should be Thinking About Regarding Digital Credentials
Mark DiFraia outlines a flurry of considerations that DMV leaders should have on their minds regarding digital credentials and the logistics behind this growing wave of technology.
Kuma named Top 10 Identity and Access Management Companies
Kuma has been featured as one of the 'Top 10 Identity and Access Management Consulting/Service Companies of 2019'
Mark DiFraia Appears on the Digital Identity Show
EVP of Digital Identity Mark DiFraia talks industry with Satish Karry about privacy and banking new technologies, business models, and consumer trends
Kuma Announces Non-Profit – the Kuma Foundation
Kuma is proud to announce the Kuma Foundation, with the mission of demonstrating the positive social impact of security, privacy, and identity in technology.
Kuma Proudly Joins the AAMVA Community
Kuma becomes Associate Member of AAMVA, the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. The membership supports the dual visions of helping ensure that DMVs are fully prepared and enabled in the emerging digital identity domain.
Global Privacy Summit 2019 Recap
IAPP's Global Privacy Summit displayed current and future trends of privacy from the nation's top professionals. Kuma was among several speakers discussing FTC involvement, NIST's framework, privacy engineering and new regulations.
Meet Kuma at GPS 2019
GSP 2019 attendees will have the opportunity to learn and speak directly with Kuma's team of privacy professionals through three hands-on sessions.
KUMA To Play Integral Role at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2019
Kuma is contributing its expertise alongside global retailers, tech firms, and social networking companies at the 2019 IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington D.C.
Mark DiFraia Joins Kuma as Partner and EVP of Digital Identity
Kuma announces a financial services and identity veteran as Partner and EVP of Digital Identity
Kuma Launches Vulnerability and Threat Intelligence Program
On an average, a ransomware attack costs a company $5 million. Attacks will continue to cost millions and attackers will find new ways to get into sensitive systems. If you don’t have a plan to protect your systems, you’re a vulnerable, easy target.
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