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South Yorkshire (2): Challenges in Digital Identity

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Digital “inclusion” and “uptake” are two of the most interesting, and possibly biggest challenges in the adoption of a ubiquitous digital identity. Are critical questions in this context are: How do we increase the amount of people that can gain acceptance and access to a digital identity, even in the [...]

Shared Signals – Protecting the Identity Ecosystem

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper gives an overview of an Open Identity Exchange UK discovery project run to explore the potential for a “Shared Signals” model (the exchange of “trust” and metadata, rather than personal data) to increase shared trust in the Identity Ecosystem between Identity Providers (IdPs), Email Providers (EPs) and Service [...]

Lloyds with Callsign: Associating a bank with issuing an identity assurance credential that allows access to Government services

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Banks have long been the holders and guardians of personal information relating to their millions of customers such as name, address, phone numbers, financial history, etc. Moreover they go through rigorous verification processes to ensure this information is accurate and that their customers are who they say they are. As [...]

Economics of Identity

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Individuals and businesses are moving rapidly to a digital and mobile way of doing business with each other.  The more we interact and transact online, the more important online identity becomes.  Without it the growth of online commerce – and therefore the economy as a whole – will be constrained. [...]