September 5, 2023
We begin the interview with statistics on fraud from several organizations, including PBS, AP, and others. Covid fraud estimates range from $80 to $200 billion. One way to prevent future abuse is with a robust identity proofing platform.
The miliary likes to talk about “force multipliers.” This can also apply to technology companies who serve the federal government.
Let’s take Socure – a well known company that provides identity proofing for many federal agencies. While Socure was developing its expertise another company, Berbix was laser-focused on helping federal identity checks.
In June of this year Socure acquired Berbix – a force multiplier. This has given the federal government all kinds of benefits. This combination gives federal leaders best in class accuracy paired with unparalleled speed, and much more.
During the interview Eric Levine gives a detailed explanation of “DocV,” which is an abbreviation for Predictive Identity Document Verification. He gives a thorough explanation of passive and active identification methods.
The interview concludes with a review of how federal agencies can assist people in Hawaii with providing a frictionless way to access federal information and assistance.
Here is link to the white paper from Socure titled, “Predictive Identity Document Verification.”
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John Gilroy appeared on National Public Radio in Washington DC for 25 years. He wrote 523 technology columns for The Washington Post. Currently, John is an award-winning lecturer at Georgetown University. Forgot to mention — he has recorded over 1,000 interviews.