Trust Stamp helps organisations protect themselves and their users through AI-powered identity solutions at the intersection of biometrics, privacy, and cybersecurity. Its core technology irreversibly transforms sensitive data to maximise privacy and utility, allowing businesses to adopt biometrics and other anti-fraud initiatives while protecting personal information from hacks and leaks.
- We closed our Series A round of funding, which welcomed over 2,700 shareholders to Trust Stamp. And shortly after we became a publicly listed company after admission through a direct listing on the Euronext Growth Dublin Exchange (Ireland).
- Trust Stamp ranked on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America at spot 771, won first place for finance innovations in Accenture’s Blue Tulip awards, and was named in the 2020 Inclusive Fintech 50 cohort, among other recognitions throughout the year.
- Trust Stamp tripled in team size with the opening of our cross-Atlantic headquarters in the UK, Public Benefit Corporation in The Hague, and innovation hub in Malta. With this growth, we expanded R&D initiatives to address emerging needs on a global scale, resulting in six patent filings and the progression of many more.
Collaboration Call to Action
Trust Stamp works with innovative partners of all sizes and sectors, including financial institutions, fintech platforms, government organisations and nonprofit groups. We deploy low-friction, privacy-enhancing identity technologies that enable organizations to more effectively serve their customers and reach a broader base of users worldwide, all while protecting themselves and their users.
In addition to providing off-the-shelf identity solutions and collaborating with organizations to deliver fit-for-purpose solutions, Trust Stamp works with value-added channel partners to meet a growing demand for robust digital identity solutions. Channel partners leverage Trust Stamp’s flexible integration options to provide turn-key solutions to their end