Inclusive, Secure, Fit For Purpose
Digital identity will be the catalyst for financial institutions wanting to navigate the data ecosystem in an increasingly sophisticated manner. In addition to an equivalent or replacement to physical identity documents, digital identity has also become a way to provide verified personally identifying information (PII) for software to read and process.
Alongside this, over time, digital identity is also being utilised to enhance privacy protection and reduce financial crime through authentication. While biometrics are now part and parcel of life in 2022 – with the prevalence of mobile payments with Face ID and Touch ID – the concept of real-time and frictionless processes is what is driving the future of digital identity forward.
According to the World Economic Forum, good digital identity has five key components. These five components form the basis of this report:
- Offers choice
- Fit for purpose
With expert views from CGAP, Citi, EPAM Continuum, HSBC, KPMG, London School of Economics, Loughborough University, The Purple Tornado, and the United Nations in this report, you will learn from industry leaders about the events and trends defining digital identity in 2022 and beyond.
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