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Andy Tobin of Evernym talks about self-sovereign identity

Dave Birch interviews Andy Tobin from Evernym, who discusses self-sovereign identity, encryption and authentication.

Andy Tobin is Evernym’s managing director in Europe. He has 30 years of experience delivering innovative technology solutions to complex business problems. His career has spanned the three rapidly converging sectors of identity, mobile and payments.

He has written code to control cash machines, built the world’s first m-commerce server, run a £1.2bn mobile messaging network, and been CTO for Europe’s first fully mobile bank. He is a passionate technology strategist who dropped everything to join Evernym, the subject of this podcast.

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Dave Birch

David GW Birch is an author, adviser and commentator on digital financial services. He is Global Ambassador for Consult Hyperion (the secure electronic transactions consultancy that he helped to found), Technology Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (the London-based think tank) and a Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey Business School. He is an internationally recognised thought leader in digital identity and digital money, and was named one of the global top 15 favourite sources of business information by Wired magazine.

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Consult Hyperion

Consult Hyperion is an independent consultancy that specialises in transaction technology. It is recognised as a thought leader in the areas of mobile, identity, contactless and NFC payments, EMV and ticketing.

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