Can the re-use of identification knowledge be a silver bullet for trade?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

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Can the re-use of identification knowledge be a silver bullet for business?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here

Can the re-use of id information be a silver bullet for business?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here

Can the re-use of identification information be a silver bullet for business?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here

Can the re-use of identification information be a silver bullet for trade?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here

Can the re-use of id knowledge be a silver bullet for business?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here

Can the re-use of identification knowledge be a silver bullet for trade?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here

Can the re-use of id information be a silver bullet for trade?

The number of conferences that focus on digital identity has increased several-fold since I first became involved in the space. Yet at a recent conference, a colleague heard someone say, “…here we are, 20 years on, and we are still no further forward in creating a digital identity usable by all.”

The elusive nature of the identity “silver-bullet” — how to make identity accessible for all and usable across a complicated ecosystem of stakeholders — continues to haunt the industry. Identity specialists the world over are talking at conferences, in meetings, on social media trying to pull together ideas on a solution.

To read this article in full, please click here