Trust Stamp, an Atlanta-based provider of probabilistic artificial intelligence-powered identity services, is chosen to participate in the 2019 Qatar Information Technology Conference and Exhibition (QITCOM) as an exhibitor in the Entrepreneurship Zone. This year signifies the fifth annual edition of QITCOM, Qatar’s largest information and technology showcase, organized by the Ministry of Transport and Communications. It is held from October 29th to November 1st in Doha, the capital of Qatar.
The Startup Hub, a segment of the Entrepreneurship Zone, comprises of a selection of the 100 best international and local startups. According to a press statement by the MoTC, "Participants will comprise a perfect mix of innovators, startups, future unicorns, and entrepreneurs, who will have free access to showcase their innovations at QITCOM 2019."
Mike Battersby, President of Trust Stamp Europe, represented the company in Doha during the event. He was selected to present on the Entrepreneur Stage on the final day of QITCOM, rounding out an eventful week. "Trust Stamp has strong ties to the Middle East as an inaugural member of the Fintech MENA, Plug and Play ADGM accelerator. We are honored to now be a part of Qatar’s initiative to foster discussion on digital transformation by bringing together experts from around the world."
Mike continued, "Trust Stamp recognizes global innovation as pivotal in achieving our goal of delivering universally accessible and secure means of identity and thus, true global inclusion. As we grow, we create relationships with forward-thinking organizations and countries that also appreciate the significance of worldwide collaboration. We are thrilled to further this connection with Qatar."
About Trust Stamp:
Trust Stamp applies advanced cryptographic techniques and Artificial Intelligence-powered presentation-attack detection tools to biometric and other identity data to create a proprietary non-PII Evergreen Hash™. The Hash is unique to the subject and provides a tokenized identity that cannot be reverse-engineered. The Hash constitutes "anonymized data" and is immune to data breaches. Hashes can be compared to Trust Stamp’s proprietary Identity Lake, video-streams, photo-ID, and mined data to establish a subject’s identity and can be augmented with pivot points to other relevant data to enable zero-knowledge-proofs. Trust Stamp technology is used in multiple industries, including banking, FinTech, KYC / AML compliance, real estate, travel/hospitality, and law enforcement.