On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Open Identity Exchange UK Europe, I am pleased to announce our endorsement of the “Principles on Identification for Sustainable Development: Towards a Digital Age”. This endorsement aligns [...]
By Bryn Robinson-Morgan The financial service sector is currently undergoing a dramatic transformation as it embraces the digital revolution. Technological, regulatory and customer behaviour driven change deliver threats to existing business models and create [...]
The Open Identity Exchange organised and facilitated a legal and policy workshop on March 24, 2016 in Amsterdam, with the objective of advancing the discussion of the key issues surrounding the adoption of identity management legislation and in particular eIDAS.
Warwickshire County Council & Open Identity Exchange Work Together on Digitized Blue Badge Application Pilot: Reporting Positive Results
The Warwickshire County Council and the Open Identity Exchange (OIX), together with Centralized Government services, have been working on a pilot of an online eligibility checker for Blue Badge applications. In the UK, Blue Badges allow disabled drivers or passengers to park closer to their destinations.
In the six months since the Open Identity Exchange published its White Paper, Digital ID Photo Sending Service, the use of digital photographs to assert identity has been gathering pace. In the private sector, venture capital continues to pour into this space. Retailers such as Timpson are exploring opportunities to develop in this field, while governments like Estonia pilot new partnerships with commercial service providers.