Rob Laurence from Innovate Identity was proud to speak at the latest IDnext un-conference this month. IDnext invites speakers who are experts in the digital identity field to share their knowledge and experience with industry and government representatives as well as innovators and pioneering end-users. Rob spoke within the eCitizen stream about: Who will provide […]
Guest post from Don Thibeau, Chairman, Open Identity Exchange Many have noted similarities in the work of the US National Strategy on Trusted Identity in Cyberspace via its Identity Ecosystem Steering Group, and in the UK HMG Cabinet Office Identity Assurance Program via its Identity Steering Group. After the recent US Identity Ecosystem Steering Group […]
MP Francis Maude discusses GOV.Verify, the UK’s need for increasing secure digital transactions and also mentions the projects being run by Innovate Identity, Warwickshire County Council and South Yorkshire Credit Union.
First published in The Paypers Web Fraud Prevention, Online Security & Digital Identity Market Guide 2014/2015. As online transactions increase in volume, so do customer expectations of a seamless online experience. As a consumer, you don’t want to jump through hoops to complete your transaction. But on the other side of the coin, as transactions […]
Local authorities are recognising the impact that moving to the digital delivery of services can have, not only on customer service but for making significant cost savings. They see identity assurance and attribute provision as a way of unlocking this potential and transforming the way they provide services to their citizens. What is attribute provision? […]
Rob Laurence and Emma Lindley from Innovate Identity both presented at the OIX meeting on the 11th of November. Rob was discussing the attribute exchange project which he has been running on behalf of the OIX. This project has shown the ability of attribute exchange to reduce a transaction (disabled blue badge application) which usually […]
Today we released our new report written in conjunction with the Open Identity Exchange and South Yorkshire Credit Union. In many countries there are a proportion of the population who do not have enough documentation (think driving licence or passports) or digital footprint to prove they are who they say they are. This report focuses […]