In our youth, many of us played the “trust-fall” game. Your friend promises that if you close your eyes, cross your arms and fall back – they’ll catch you. And more often than not, your trusted partner ends up catching you, gaining your trust, removing your fear and giving you confidence for your next encounter with the “Trust-fall” game.

Unfortunately, when it comes to building trust within your organization and with your users, it’s not that easy of an encounter. If you want to secure your business without hindering the user experience, you are faced with multiple challenges. Whether it’s managing multiple users, eliminating calls to the help-desk, removing friction and frustration or simply not having enough resources to get it all done – TRUST needs to be at the foundation of your strategy.

Trust allows you to be bold in providing innovative new products and services to attract and retain customers.

Trust lets you adopt new technology to streamline your operational efforts.

Trust enabled by modern identity creates a transparent and frictionless authentication experience.

Trust enables your digital business.

Gartner’s research director, David Mahdi, and Entrust Datacard’s VP of authentication solutions, Ryan Zlockie, discuss how to build trust into your organization through modern authentication and identity.

Learn from the conversation:

  • Insights on how digital business is driving the need for a refresh in securing digital identity
  • How mobile can be much more than simply “push authentication”
  • The various components of layered approach to modern identity; adaptive, biometrics and device reputation
  • What’s next for digital identities

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Incorporate trust into your digital business strategy and next time a user, customer or team member needs to rely on you to provide a secure, frictionless experience — tell them to close their eyes, fall back and trust that you’ll deliver just that.

Jacquelyn Painter

Jacquelyn Painter
Jacquelyn Painter is a product marketing manager for Entrust Datacard where she is responsible for driving product marketing for the authentication platform across all verticals and industries, with a mobile-first approach. Jacquelyn holds a bachelor degree in mass communications from the University of New Mexico.