When you meet new people, do you always give your phone number, email address, residential address, and credit card details during the first meeting? Nope. Why? Because you don’t know them well and have no idea if they will harm you. The same situation should be with companies, but it is different. They ask you for data to use their services or buy their products. You leave your data without knowing what will happen.
Businesses can get hacked, or they can share or sell this information on shadow markets and invisible to you. As a result, your data can be used for scams, spam, robocalls, heavy profiling etc. This problem is huge nowadays, and many current solutions are not effective. So what can we do to stop our data being abused? Ronan talks to Maciek D the Founder and CEO of no.ID about this and more.
Maciek talks about his background, what No.ID does, cookies, their holistic approach to privacy, data brokers, their new AI module, and how the pandemic has impacted on what they do.
More about no.ID:
no.ID is a start-up in the cybersecurity industry that helps people have safe communication & relationships with companies. no.ID helps keep your real data private on the internet by producing a set of fully functional email, password, phone number, debit card, and even residential address unique for each service you register in.
As a result, businesses see you as different personas, there is no link between them, and none of these identities leads to your real one. At the same time, our solution secures businesses from fake and malicious accounts without giving up on your anonymity. Everything is built upon zero-knowledge architecture in a trust-less paradigm. no.ID know nothing about you, your personas, and you can manage your identities without having to trust no.ID.
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