biometric ID

IDEMIA to Provide Morocco with Biometric Citizen ID Cards

IDEMIA to Provide Morocco with Biometric Citizen ID Cards

“…IDEMIA suggested that the biometric national ID cards ‘will accelerate rollout of Morocco’s online services and will ramp up development of the digital economy.’” IDEMIA has won a contract to provide the Moroccan government with new biometric ID cards for citizens. The deal was signed with the country’s Direction Générale de la Sûreté Nationale, or…

Government of Madeira Moves Ahead With Tactilis Digital ID Collaboration

Government of Madeira Moves Ahead With Tactilis Digital ID Collaboration

The Government of Madeira is moving forward with the pilot of the “Smart Island” digital identity program in collaboration with Tactilis. Madeira is an autonomous group of Portuguese islands off the coast of North Africa with a population of approximately 300,000 people. A consortium of Madeira’s leading systems integrators has placed an initial order for…

Yoti Selects its Digital Identity Research Fellows

Yoti Selects its Digital Identity Research Fellows

“The program promises to shed light on a number of issues pertaining to digital identity, and may also help to raise Yoti’s profile as a provider of digital identity solutions based primarily on mobile and facial recognition technologies.” This past spring, Yoti announced a new Fellowship Programme aimed at fostering research into under-explored areas of…

Yoti’s Fellowship Programme  Takes a Grassroots Approach to Digital Identity

Yoti’s Fellowship Programme Takes a Grassroots Approach to Digital Identity

Yoti has announced the launch of a new Fellowship Programme to explore neglected areas of digital identity research. The Programme will give priority to grassroots perspectives from the developing world, and is intended as a counterbalance to large-scale digital identity systems that are often designed and implemented before anyone figures out how people actually plan…

Scottish Government Becomes Latest Yoti Partner

Scottish Government Becomes Latest Yoti Partner

“…Yoti said the partnership would ultimately mean that Scottish residents could use its biometric app to verify their identities to businesses, to prove they are of age to buy restricted goods, to access government services, to confirm their identities online, and to access websites without the need for a password. “ The Scottish Government has…