Let’s talk about digital identity with Emma Lindley, Co-Founder of Women in Identity.
In episode 5, Oscar talks to Emma Lindley about her background in digital identity, the challenges for digital identity (both for society and for the identity industry) and the Women in Identity community, which she co-founded.
“Digital identity solutions built for everyone are built by everyone.“
Emma has over 16 years of experience in the identity industry, most recently as Head of Identity and Risk for Visa, and has a passion for diversity and inclusion. She has a strong track record of helping banks, fintechs, airlines, retailers and online gambling companies weave digital identity, security and privacy into their customer journeys, and works on creating compelling user experiences at the intersection of identity, security and privacy. Find Emma on Twitter @EmLindley or on LinkedIn.
Emma is also co-founder of Women in Identity, a not-for-profit bringing the topic of diversity and inclusion to the identity space. Anyone can, and is encouraged to, become a member for free and benefit from networking events and forums, conference discount codes, newsletter updates, mentor programmes and internships (coming soon). Sign up at www.womeninidentity.org. Women in Identity is funded by sponsorship and run by volunteers from the identity industry. If you’re interested in those opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org. They’re also on Twitter @womeninid, Instagram @womeninid, and LinkedIn.
If you’re following Emma’s top tip at the end of the episode for keeping your data safe online, check out haveibeenpwned.com.