In the new age of AI-powered musical impersonation, deepfakes and bots, an artist’s greatest asset in the digital world is their Name, Image, Likeness, and Voice (NILV). Today, identity verification is essential to ensure trust, integrity, and authenticity. .MUSIC and global identity verification provider Shufti Pro are partnering to authenticate the digital identity of the

Identity verification solutions are well-known in regulatory compliance environments, particularly for Know Your Customer (KYC) programs supporting Anti-Money Laundering (AML) efforts. But the threat of identity fraud touches many aspects of our modern lives, from bank account opening and securing medical records to online reputations and career prospects. 
Unfortunately, rapidly advancing technology is driving the

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London, UK – April 4, 2024 – Zoth, an innovative RWA marketplace for enhanced liquidity and tokenization, has collaborated with Shufti Pro, integrating its highly secure and compliance-assured KYB and KYC services into its processes. The alliance paves the way for improved safety and transparency in Zoth’s

London, UK – April 2, 2024 – AXIOMA, a well-known legal advisory and compliance management firm, has partnered with Shufti Pro, upgrading its service quality and becoming an official reseller. The partnership is set to revolutionize the Fintech industry through secure, AI-powered risk management and compliance procedures, with Shufti Pro’s KYB and KYC

Since the dawn of the internet in the 90s, we’ve witnessed multiple phases of digital revolution. The Covid-19 pandemic also served as a huge catalyst in propelling businesses into a digitally-driven world which continues to evolve. While this has elevated the experience of consumers and businesses, this has also given way to more advanced technology

The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and Financial Conduct Authority have developed a new set of anti-money laundering guidelines for Money Laundering Reporting Officers [MLROs] and Virtual Asset Service Providers [VASPs], aiming to limit the incidence of financial crimes.
The MFSA’s recently issued guidelines for MLROs are motivated by

The Solicitors Regulation Authority [SRA], India’s Financial Intelligence Unit [FIU], and the Australian Communications and Media Authority [ACMA] fined multiple organizations more than $2 million for Non-Compliance with AML regulations and other regulatory obligations.
ACMA has fined Optus, a telecommunication service provider, $1.5 million for breaching public safety rules. The company failed to upload clients’