Utilizing citizen IDs for industrial companies will take an identification ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

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Utilizing citizen IDs for business companies will take an identification ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

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Utilizing citizen IDs for business providers will take an identification ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

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Utilizing citizen IDs for business providers will take an id ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

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Utilizing citizen IDs for industrial providers will take an id ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

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Utilizing citizen IDs for business companies will take an id ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

To read this article in full, please click here

Utilizing citizen IDs for industrial providers will take an identification ecosystem

I was heavily involved in the UK government Verify scheme for several years. It was a challenging service to build as the government designers behind the initiative had a very specific set of challenges. First, they had to design for the type of wide demographic represented by an entire country. At the same time, the service had to be secure from fraud. This was, and is, a fine balancing act. It takes the usability vs. security debate to a whole new level.

Identity theft is a scourge of modern times. Javelin Research on identity theft and fraud has reported some interesting changes between 2017 and 2018. Although the overall number of victims decreased in 2018, mainly due to a decrease in card fraud, there was an increase in accounts being opened in victims’ names. As someone working in the field of identity management, this concerns me greatly. The true cost of online impersonation has only just begun to be realized, and the industry needs to build bridges to stop this, now.

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