Jun 2, 2022
David Chan is a Managing Director within EY’s Technology Consulting practice, where he helps entrepreneurs, companies, and government entities solve their most pressing cybersecurity challenges. David has over 16 years of experience in cybersecurity and identity and access management. He is currently focused on security reviews of Web3 and implementing blockchain at large organizations.
When it comes to cyberspace, digital identity is expanding. To adopt this form of identity, businesses need to adhere to the privacy regulations surrounding its use. So, how can your business implement user-friendly identity and access management programs that maintain privacy and security?
Blockchain encourages user transparency and identity security. With blockchain, users can authenticate their identity without using passwords, ensuring an effortless and secure experience. And, by integrating decentralized identifiers (DIDs) into your business, you can save money on privacy and security while giving users consent over their information and identity.
In today’s episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with David Chan, Managing Director of EY’s Technology Consulting practice, to talk about integrating identity programs into your business. They cover the three types of identity and access management programs, how businesses can adopt DID while adhering to privacy and security, and the benefits of implementing blockchain into your identity programs.