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Self-Sovereign Identities

by Paul Ashley and Steve McCown Anonyome Labs is a privacy focused company. We build mobile applications and a partner platform that enable users to share the identity details they choose while keeping the rest private. This allows users to interact offline and online in a way that is more safe, secure, and private.  Most users […]

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Returnship: Path to Employment that Worked Perfectly for me

I started my career full of ambition and drive. I worked for an amazing up-and-coming company. I had a ton of opportunities to branch out and try new things. I diverged from my original career path and started testing software. The company was growing, as was my career. My first child fit right into my […]

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Technology & Innovation

Variety is the Spice of Life

Variety is the spice of life and Anonyome Labs has it in spades! My role at Anonyome Labs is QA Automation Engineer. I am responsible for the architecture, design, and implementation of the UI automated test framework and testing tools. If that sounds dull and boring, the Python , ReactiveX Swift on iOS, ReactiveX Kotlin […]

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Quality through Experiences: Android vs iOS

Experience drives us to be better versions of ourselves. We don’t know what we like or don’t like without having the experience of trying new things, re-experiencing old things, and loving/hating the experience of current things. This can be as simple as traveling to a new country and experiencing the culture, the history, the food. […]

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Privacy on Android Q: Comparison to iOS 12

Google recently announced the latest version of the Android operation system, Android Q, with a number of privacy-focused features. Like Apple, it seems that Google understands that users are increasingly concerned about privacy, and bolstering privacy on the platform is critical to its long-term success. But how does the latest set of privacy enhancements compare […]

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Privacy & Security

Privacy & Security

Self-Sovereign Identities

by Paul Ashley and Steve McCown Anonyome Labs is a privacy focused company. We build mobile applications and a partner platform that enable users to share the identity details they choose while keeping the rest private. This allows users to interact offline and online in a way that is more safe, secure, and private.  Most users […]

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Privacy & Security

Why the Anxiety around Australian Assistance and Access Act?

There has been a growing anxiety around a new piece of legislation working its way through the Australian parliament. The official name is the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018 (TOLA Act). At a high level the act is about giving security agencies in Australia selected access to encrypted communications. It is creating a […]

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Privacy & Security

Key Takeaways from Identiverse 2019

This year’s Identiverse 2019 conference provided an amazing nexus of identity industry leaders, key technologies, and valuable insights for implementing current and emerging identity systems.  It provided a valuable cross-section of current how-to’s plus emerging research that enables companies to deploy securely today, and learn what to plan for in their future identity roadmaps.  With […]

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Privacy & Security

Digital Privacy Does Matter to You

At this moment, there is a copy of every unencrypted email, text, photo, gif or emoji you have ever sent in your digital life. These copies are stored under your name/identity in the national data storage facility operated by the U.S. National Surveillance Agency. (One of the newest and largest of these is local to […]

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Privacy & Security

GDPR at Anonyome – Happy Anniversary!

As the global privacy community celebrates the first anniversary of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in effect, a number of people are reviewing and writing about its industry impact in articles such as this one by Daniel Barber and this less optimistic one by James Sanders. The milestone also caused my compliance […]

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Privacy & Security

The High Price of Free

Free has been a maxim of the web ever since the very first website was launched in 1991 “to give universal access to a large universe of documents”.  The developers freely distributed their source code and web pages to avoid unilateral control and to encourage the adoption of the new World Wide Web.  Eliminating the cost barrier was […]

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Product

Privacy from a Product Manager perspective

How to deliver great mobile products and safeguard your customers data The Problem Have you ever had an ad show up in an app you’re using just seconds after searching for that item online? This experience creates uneasiness for users, but by using that app, the user is also agreeing to their terms of service […]

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Quality through Experiences: Android vs iOS

Experience drives us to be better versions of ourselves. We don’t know what we like or don’t like without having the experience of trying new things, re-experiencing old things, and loving/hating the experience of current things. This can be as simple as traveling to a new country and experiencing the culture, the history, the food. […]

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Product

Transforming Psychological Safety on an Agile Team

Retrospectives in agile can make me grumpy. Sometimes, we just complain about things. Sometimes, we end up arguing about how something isn’t actually a problem, thus avoiding the “how do we improve this” conversation. Sometimes, we jump in with solutions before we understand the full extent of the problem. Thus, retros can very easily leave […]

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All Eyes on Quality

If you build apps, you probably spend time thinking about your App Store rating. It may even keep you up at night. So, what does it take to get your app to a rating you’re happy with so you can sleep? At Anonyome Labs, our entire organization put forth effort to get our App Store […]

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Building customer-centric products with privacy at the core

The best way to build customer-centric products is to collect information directly from customers on what problems they experience, ensuring that you have a customer feedback pipeline. However, when collecting information from customers, privacy can so easily be breached. Here are a few principles we firmly believe here at Anonyome Labs that help us become […]

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The platform revolution has completely changed the way companies scale

Early in my career, I was tasked with building and launching a company website. I knew very little about web design, cascading style sheets, FTP clients, and the daunting task of working in HTML. Luckily for me, WordPress was in its infancy – pivoting from a standalone blogging service to a feature-rich platform that empowered […]

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Why the Anxiety around Australian Assistance and Access Act?

There has been a growing anxiety around a new piece of legislation working its way through the Australian parliament. The official name is the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018 (TOLA Act). At a high level the act is about giving security agencies in Australia selected access to encrypted communications. It is creating a […]

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Upcoming California Privacy Act Triggers National Dialogue

As the number of data breaches continues to rise, so does the number of new cons. One of the newest pieces of legislation to come into effect is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Many of you may have read the headlines about impending CCPA legislation but may not be familiar with what the act actually […]

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