Blockchain for digital identity
Biometrics and blockchain-based proof of identity give users mobility, security and control, and businesses new tools for verification and compliance.
Helping clients map physical IDs to their digital IDs, enabling organizations to pursue new market opportunities that are part of a broader ecosystem
For those who lack official forms of ID the unique identity platform on blockchain leverages a biometrics system of fingerprints, iris scans and more.
Prevent certificate counterfeiting by streamlining validation and automating identification and attestation process on blockchain through mobile apps.
Vendor independent prototypes leverage the unique identity service platform in the cloud for large populations and locally to support remote users.
Identity proofing is required in almost every part of daily life from making payments to crossing borders. The process of identity verification touches almost every industry. Proof of identity is required even when applying for a proof of identity. So what happens if you can’t?
As part of the ID2020 partnership, we have developed a unique digital identity prototype to modernize identity management for organizations and individuals. Leveraging the power of blockchain and biometrics, the system makes establishing, tracking and maintaining digital identities more efficient, user friendly, secure and less open to fraud.
The system makes life easier for organizations in that it is interoperable with other databases, so existing data remains in original locations. Attestations are immutable, providing trust for background checks. The system will work with mobile, connected or standalone devices.
Let’s follow Yousef as he establishes and builds his identity.
Traditional processes have not changed in decades, while expectations and technology continue to grow. Digital life is here but identity processes continue to rely on paper documents. A blockchain enabled digital identity may assist in critical areas:
Desire to build a more personalized relationship and offerings with the consumer but need to ensure the person is really who they claim they are.
Identity fraud is growing, and cyber-attacks are now normal. Organizations and consumers need to know their data is safe.
Regulations on data privacy are getting more stringent globally, making compliance difficult and expensive to manage.