• Vote From Home

    In this white paper we talk about the current challenges associated with online elections, their potential to interfere with democracy and how the anonymously validated identity model can solve the problem. The gist behind the model is that it anchors identities inversely with respect to current single sign on identity mechanisms, which require the distribution of a common anchor, such as email address.

  • The Many Faces of Authentication

    The concept of identity is fundamental to every human inhabited environment. We are not "The Borg", we participate in society as individuals, we contribute to the whole, both as consumers but also as creators, with time, effort, ideas and beyond the philosophical debate of "who am I", from a practical standpoint, the identity is nothing more than a reference based on which all these deeds and debts can be uniquely attributed.


  • Identity Plus

    There is a huge security flaw in the fabric of the Internet. Today's IP based cyber security methods cannot differentiate malicious traffic from normal until the traffic has been consumed because IP based attribution is weak. Those working behind a VPN or a LAN look like they have a single IP address; some obfuscate their IP and attacks use thousands of different IP addresses, many legitimate.