IDEMIA is blazing a trail in mobile ID – one of the most exciting new frontiers in identity technology.
The company has been garnering a great deal of attention with its Mobile ID solution, which uses sophisticated technologies including face biometrics to put a bona fide, government-approved identity credential into the end user’s personal smartphone. By anchoring the digital identity to an official piece of government ID, such as a driver’s license, the solution offers a legitimate form of ID in a virtual format, accessible to the end user at any time.
It’s much more than just a virtual driver’s license, however. As detailed in IDEMIA’s White Paper, “Identity on the Edge“, the Mobile ID solution offers a range of groundbreaking applications, from banking to curbside pickup – all while protecting end user privacy through a truly innovative, decentralized approach to user data.
Further insights are available via the recent webinar “Trust and Interoperability on the Road to Mobile ID“, in which senior IDEMIA executives delve into Mobile ID in conversation with FindBiometrics Editor in Chief Peter Counter. Matt Thompson (SVP, Identity Solutions, Identity & Security, North America) and his expert collogues each bring their insights to the table, offering an in-depth look at how ID has evolved, the importance of standards, and the implications of mobile ID for the future.
The webinar is available on-demand and is entirely free, as is IDEMIA’s thorough White Paper. Both offer an excellent means of coming to grips with one a groundbreaking innovation in ID that is emerging in real time.
(Originally posted on FindBiometrics)