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digital identity

An online identification system. The term is used to contrast computer-based systems, such as passwords and biometrics, with manual systems, such as a driver's license and business card. See identity metasystem and Identity 2.0.
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After 2 years of intensive collaboration with the British government, the Dutch company Digidentity is now available to provide a digital identity for British citizens.
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) has implemented multi-bank digital identity solution 3SKey, becoming the first Asian institution in the region to adopt the solution.
com associating WISekey's digital identity management, mobile apps and encryption with Qwant Search technologies.
Digital identity and access management; technologies and frameworks.
Next'11 conference today, the Australian company, Edentiti, has won the Novay Digital Identity Award for the best new concept or product in the field of digital identity.
According to Emirates 24|7: "A new project will be implemented to apply digital identity applications in electronic trade in the country.
NASDAQ:ACTI), a global provider of strong authentication and trusted digital identity solutions for secure remote access, single sign-on and enterprise access cards.
And each digital identity has its own life cycle, with attributes, credentials, and access permissions changing sometimes daily.
Technically, there could be a multi-purpose digital identity card on the market today.
AMSTERDAM -- The effective and trusted deployment of personal data could be a boon to consumers and a source of massive growth in the European economy, but only if public- and private-sector organizations ensure that consumers are aware of the benefits while assuring adequate privacy controls, according to a new study, "The Value of Our Digital Identity," conducted by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and sponsored by Liberty Global, Inc, (NASDAQ: LBTYA, LBTYB, LBTYK), which included a poll of 3,000 European consumers.
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) has implemented SWIFT s multi-bank digital identity solution 3SKey, becoming the first Asian bank to adopt the solution in the region.
WISeKey, in cooperation with the OISTE, will help reduce the gap between the new Digital Identification Divide in less developed countries and emerging economies by creating the infrastructure that will make a de-facto global digital identity community of 1 billion digital identity users while providing equitable and meaningful access to digital information technology.

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