Facilitators are in great part responsible for Unified Numberings ability to provide ground breaking privacy and anonymity related benefits to users. They separate sensitive user information into pieces necessary for each industry/use.
A prime example of the usefulness of facilitators can bee seen in the case of “NumberMail” the Unified Numbering networks shipping facilitator. #Mail will be the only entity aside from the Registry where user addresses will be stored. This is how users will one day be able to send and receive parcel posts easily, safely and anonymously. Imagine sending a package to someone with only two pieces of information on the label, your United ID and theirs.
The same thing happens with telecommunications, banking, medical and all other facilitators. Each uses only the information necessary to facilitate whatever type of activity occurring. Divvying things up in this manner is an incredibly valuable methodology for ensuring superior privacy, safety and security to users of the network. It’s a major improvement over how information is managed in current systems and the answer to finally end many forms of fraud and other abuses involving personal information.
The importance of Facilitators cannot be overstated as such abuses have been proven to be crippling to millions of individuals who have fell victim to issues directly attributable to the disarray in management of their personal information in modern societies around the globe.
The propensity for such incidents has become increasingly common due to simple factors of over exposure in a digital age fraught with intensive use and reliance upon the transmittal of private and sensitive information.
Nearly every industry you can imagine will benefit from the utilization of Unified Numbering and most require at least one Facilitator to handle the secure transfer of information necessary to conduct transactions and communications with users.
The way it works is each Facilitator is assigned a unique and secure keyway from the Registry for linking to basic user info (First Name, Year of Birth and any form of Unitied ID) on file at the Registry. This info is then used to connect businesses, government agencies and individuals to whatever info each have defined as allowed or accessible to the other.
Facilitators are essential in the functionality of Unified Numbering for three important reasons;
1) They house only the data necessary for each industry/use which creates a natural, multi parsed defense mechanism against hackers.
2) They effectively separate each specific industry/use so we can all enjoy better network performance while making solid strides in negating much of the risk of any system wide failures.
3) User data is only available where it’s absolutely required so no one company or entity has access or control over more than they need to. ie; an email service provider cannot access phone data, nor can a medical provider access financial data and vice versa, etc.
Below are just a few examples where unique facilitators are required;
• Direct Purchases
• Online Purchases
• Recurring Payments
• Voice Mail
• Contact Management
• Grouping of People
• Grouping of Organizations
• Project Management
• Medical Records
• Education Records
• Financial Records
• Credit Records
The list goes on and on. While several of the more essential or core Facilitatorships are being, or have already been built for getting the Project off the ground, many will be privately owned in the future.
Again, this spells opportunity. The necessity for each future Facilitator will be borne in lock step with new Service and Product Providers as they’re allowed access/involvement with users of the network. Many Providers require more than just a connection to the Facilitator by which they’re serviced.
While most industries/uses can be assisted via stand alone Facilitators, there are many other circumstances which will necessitate changes be made in the in house data systems used by Providers. This requires unique, Provider side information management applications that can securely communicate with Unified Numbering Facilitators.
They will be necessitated for certain industries in particular and will require either replacement or modifications of whatever data systems then in use by each Provider. This is long range but nonetheless important to consider now. Whether they be employed by their companies acting as Providers or private entities, this equals a lot of work for programmers certified for work with Unified Numbering.
Much of what Unified Numbering accomplishes comes from the extension of its core function as an essential unifying element for masses of critically important digital information. What a Facilitator does can be technical, but what they provide is safe harbor and secure passage for everyones sensitive information. This is an obvious and welcome departure from the current state of affairs where thousands of unknown organizations and people have access to your most private and sensitive info.
And the bigger the entity the more they have. The truth is that the all knowing, all seeing eyes of big bro and big biz desperately need some blinders. This is a really big deal for everyone and Unified Numbering Facilitators are the key. They take the exposure out of living digitally. It’s another way that Unified Numbering puts governments and businesses back on track to work for the people they serve.
So, herein lies the foundation of what all desire whether knowingly or not. Safe and simple use and dissemination of their personal information is the key to embracing information technology. By limiting exposure we can make solid strides to greater security and more control over who has our personal information and Facilitators make it all possible.