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Use of online activity as part of the identity verification

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Government identity verification standards require tests against the ‘activity history’ of an identity. These tests complement more traditional ‘static’ tests, such as document checking, and show that transactions have been conducted by the identity over a period of time. Many online networks do not require user accounts to be created with ‘real’ identity details [...]

Creating a Digital Identity in Jersey

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: States of Jersey is embarking on an eGoverment programme to improve customer service and make government a more efficient and ‘joined-up’ business.  Across the world countries are developing national digital identity schemes, all vary in their nature. This discovery project explored the knowledge, expertise and components of one of these [...]

Shared Signals Proof of Concept

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In 2013, OIX published a White Paper The Shared Signals Model which identified the challenge of systemic and contagious fraud risk across the digital ecosystem caused by compromised identities; and proposed an approach to addressing this problem by sharing authoritative, privacy-protecting alerts, or ‘Signals’ between service providers to help identify risks and so apply earlier protection [...]

UK Private Sector Needs for Identity Assurance

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The UK economy has a fragmented approach to online identity, with many different regulations, requirements and methods. This makes the experience for users complex and users have very little control over how their personal data and identity is managed. For organisations it means they often try to solve the issue [...]