In today’s digital age technology is the main driver of innovation
across all spectrums of our economies. At the heart of all that, is risk and security.
Financial institutions are mandated to open up customer data, have to innovate, partner with FinTech and provide their customers with unmatched user experience in a secure manner.
These institutions have to innovate in a liquid environment where legislative requirements are an absolute requirements. User privacy and consent are usually breached in these situations.
Omnichannel (combination of online and in-store), privacy and consent, data analytics (shopping habits), click-to-buy, device management and adaptive, risk and context aware access capabilities are key to any retailer trying to digitize.
At the center of customer engagement process is digital identity. Today, most retailers are not prepared for this. They have siloed user repositories and eCommerce platforms that do not provide a single customer view nor provide data analytics. They can not scale their platforms to accommodate the ever growing number of customer identities and the devices they use or IoT devices that enable retailer processes like never before. Gartner predicts that more than 5.5 million connected devices will be added every day.
Robust customer identity and access management platforms enable retailers to have a single view of the customer and provide a personalized experience across all channels. Imagine the power of combining IoT, online and in store channels to give a user a personalized experience from suggesting things to buy on their devices, or in store displays, online based on what they have purchased or liked or what other customers with a similar profile? That is huge, leading internet retailers are already unlocking this value with great results.
Communications & Media
Who is watching? This is a question you see when accessing Netflix. On demand content, streaming, gaming, advent of smart TV connected over fiber, end-user demand and mobility are driving security and privacy concerns.
Households need to control what the children can do or watch on these platforms. The service providers want to personalized content to whoever is accessing the services. They also want to ensure that they know which devices to associate with you and your family, the location and so on.
There has never been a greater need for digital identity in this industries.
Citizens and residents
Serve your citizens and residents online easily using a single digital identity from birth.
The world is growing economically, but we have millions that cannot access government and private sector services because we cannot assure their identities. Governments have embarked on an eGovernment initiatives. To do this we need to be able to track a person’s identity from the day they are born, through school years, when they get married, when they start working, when they retire and eventually leaving this planet.
Throughout the life of a person they need to access healthcare, policing, they need to vote and attain knowledge. We have seen a lot of fraud by the use of stolen identities to access government services just like the rightful population that should access those services.
Physical and digital identities are crucial to government operations and welfare particularly where they are looking to grow their economies. Estonia has led the way for a while now. New Zealand has a comprehensive digital identity strategy. Our partners at Huntington Ventures continue to help governments deliver on this mandate and have written a plethora of papers in this space.
We have closely worked with the folks at ID2020 in this space.
Education and Healthcare
|More and more schools are digitizing, in fact leading universities use online platforms (virtual classrooms and online content) to deliver knowledge.
Students are now being supplied with tables as a learning tool. The learning institutions needs to know their students digital identity to deliver correct education collateral and ensure student s only access their relevant material
|With advent of technology in healthcare and the use of IoT and wearable tech, governments have put together a plethora of strict legislative policy to ensure privacy and consent.
Identity systems are needed to ensure that patients can control who can access their medical data and when. Wearable tech devices to be trusted and associated with a certain person. The data they provide can assist in determine the health status of a person as we have seen this being used by health insurers.
We specialize in cyber-security solutions across different industry verticals. Our core value proposition is our ability to deliver robust, transformative and visionary identity platforms to enable and secure your digital transformation strategies.