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Identity industry lessons from the 2018 ID4Africa survey

Identity industry lessons from the 2018 ID4Africa survey

Every year ID4Africa conducts an extensive survey of professionals at African identity authorities about topics such as priorities and challenges, technologies used and success rates. The results of the 2018 survey were presented on the third day of the conference in Abuja, Nigeria.

Biometric Update is pleased to present a four-part series summarizing some of the survey’s most important lessons for the identity industry.

Part 1: ID4Africa survey shows near universal support for biometrics elections among African identity community

Part 2: Heightened privacy concerns arrive in Africa

Part 3: Vendor lock-in hindering African identity projects

Part 4: ID4Africa survey shows identity authorities want physical credentials for biometric systems

Biometric Update has been the official journalist for the last three annual meetings of the ID4Africa Movement. Read all of our coverage of this essential identity industry event here.

ID4Africa 2019 will be held next June in Johannesburg, South Africa. The theme of next year’s conference will be “Identity Ecosystems for Service Delivery”.

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