How enterprises store and protect data is important in keeping consumers’ data secure. To stay ahead of threats, companies have relied on advanced systems, such as biometric authentication, to secure data. However, many hacks occur due to how an enterprises’ database architecture is designed - many of which are designed pre-Internet. As a result, common practice has been to create singular databases for apps such as CRM, ERP, Identity Management, etc. The unintended result is when those are moved to the Cloud, the traditional architecture becomes primed for bad actors. Using unsuitable architectures means all fraudsters have to do is hack a single database and they have access to everything. The result? Breaches like that of Equifax. In this session, David Harding, CTO of SD based ImageWare Systems, a company that provides end-to-end digital ID verification, will talk about the options enterprises have to update their database architectures and avoid costly data breaches.