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You are what you do. You are shaped via your experiences. And that’s no different in the online world. Your digital identity is what you click, what you surf to, what you buy, how long you stay on a site and with whom you connect! A new era of Digital You is born! A natural delivery with the inauguration of Web 3.0 (a.k.a. semantic, pervasive or media-centric web) set to change the way you surf, interact, search and transact on the Internet, than how you do this today. Your searching habits will change, the way you discover new information, data, sites and video will change. Others will discover information through you, and the Internet will have even more tentacles on Digital You connecting you to millions of others. The technology to make all this happen is here, today! The value of this new technology and what it can do is priceless! But the big problem is: How can you protect the new Digital You? How can you validate what that Digital You relies on? What is real, what is not? Which one of someone else’s Digital Yous can you trust online? Which one can you not? Digital You needs a layer of trust and authentication otherwise, is Digital You really Digital You? Want to discuss Web 3.0 and security issues on an interactive level? Join me, Melih Abdulhayoglu, this Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 3 pm EST on Paltalk's TechNow Network for a live interactive event Are We Crash Test Dummies? Genius and Perils in an Evolving Internet http://technow.paltalk.com/signup.shtml
Melih Abdulhayoglu created Comodo in 1998 with a bold vision of making the Trusted Internet a reality for all. His innovations have challenged some of the largest corporations and deeply entrenched business models to make the vision a reality, and his success has benefited the ecommerce industry, online businesses and users alike. Melih's pioneering business model has allowed him to provide the Comodo Firewall absolutely free, while continuing to grow revenue by over 30 percent, year over year. This innovative business model earned him Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2008 Award in the Information Technology Software Category for New Jersey.
Melih earned a BS in Electronic Engineering from Bradford University in 1991. During his tenure at Bradford, Melih was instrumental in creating new digital security technologies for large enterprises, computer manufacturers and governmental organizations worldwide. Using that experience and training, Melih established Comodo's core business building principle around the concept of Value Innovation - delivering solutions recognized for their technological innovation that has high value in the marketplace.
This intense focus on creating trust online has yielded such significant results that within just three years, Comodo has powered its way to the number two Certificate Authority position, controlling nearly one-third of all SSL certificates worldwide. Meanwhile, the company's award-winning, free firewall has become one of the most downloaded products in the world, protecting another PC every second of every day.