Shedding light over Digital Identity Management

This week we are taking part in the Mobile Ecosystem Forum London Consumer Trust Summit. Not only are we exhibiting there but David Poole, our Business Development Director, is taking part in a panel discussion on digital identity management.

Digital identity management is a rather broad term. But, in layman’s language, it refers to identifying users within a given system, group or network and controlling the access they have to various services within that network. Or, to put it more simply; knowing who someone is online.

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The PIN Potential

The use of the PIN as an authentication method has significant and continued benefits, even in industry sectors spending small fortunes testing every biometrics know to man. This is due in large part to its simplicity and wide recognition, but also due to its wide-ranging versatility.

Consumers already use PIN to authenticate themselves when withdrawing money from ATMs and when making in-store debit and credit card payments. They are now able to use the same four digit code to make purchases online, while still taking full advantage of multi-factor and multi-mode authentication capability of the modern smartphone.

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