Posted on 04 May 2023 by
If you’ve read part one, you’ll know that there’s a persistent problem with passwords. Despite the continued warnings, data breaches and endless guidance – weak and easily hackable passwords still guard a sobering number of online accounts and identities. Past experience tells us this is unlikely to change.
Posted on 23 January 2023 by
In an age of increasing sophistication of cyber attacks, governments and partner organisations often find themselves as a target. These attacks often focus on identity, which can cause damage in the form of unencrypted data. Should hackers be successful in their attempts, it is possible they could allow fraudsters to manipulate electronic data in secure […]
Posted on 06 January 2023 by
In recent years increased attention has turned to sustainability. As climate change and ethical means of doing business are (rightfully) becoming a big driver behind consumer decisions, over the past year we’ve explored some of the different ways that various sectors are looking to tackle this issue – whether it’s energy efficient document verification readers […]
Posted on 04 January 2023 by
Digital identity has never been more important. Whether it’s giving consumers a more secure, and easy way to prove who they are, or helping bring legal identity to those across the world – there have been many developments, debates and pieces of legislation brought to the forefront this year – many of which we have […]
Posted on 22 June 2022 by
Vacation season is officially upon us, and after Covid-19 kept most of the world grounded for the best part of two years, airports and airlines are in for one of the busiest summers on record. Thankfully, there are examples of technology use cases, like Digital ID, being implemented to save time at busy airports. Use of […]
Posted on 18 February 2021 by
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a huge influx of patients needing access to healthcare services. Here, we discuss how to ensure their identification is accurate and consistent at all points of service.