This whitepaper by Finextra and HID Global explores the new trends in digital identity and highlights how financial institutions are well placed to play a central role in these developments as well as some of the more advanced responses in the financial sector from both a regulatory and business case perspective.
Being able to prove you are who you say you are is the basic underpinning of many economic activities, and traditionally this proof has come in the form of personal interactions and physical documentations.
But over the past 20 years, the concept of digital identity has emerged, with varying definitions, and several long-term trends that have been building over the past decade are combining to transform digital identity and the way consumers and businesses interact and transact in the economy. Digital identification and authentication will be radically different in the coming years than the simple username and password combination that have persisted since the dawn of the digital age. And financial institutions, with their long experience of identity assurance and trusted role within the economy, are well placed to play a central role in these developments.
Download this new whitepaper produced by Finextra, in association with HID Global, exploring these trends and highlighting some of the more advanced responses in the financial sector from both a regulatory and business case perspective.
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