Top 10 digital identity influencing organizations named by Goode Intelligence
A list of the top 10 digital identity influencing organizations has been announced by Goode Intelligence, according to their influence in promoting the global use of inclusive, diverse, secure, and privacy-aware digital identity in systems with or without biometrics.
The ten organizations are the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC), Good ID, GSMA, ID2020, ID4Africa, OpenID Foundation, Sovrin Foundation, The World Bank’s Identification for Development working group (ID4D), Women in Identity, and the World Privacy Forum.
Biometric Update has served as the official journalist for ID4Africa for the past four years, and spoke with World Privacy Forum Founder and Executive Director Pam Dixon in the run-up to the 2019 event about the push for data protection regulation in many African countries.
Goode Intelligence Founder and CEO Alan Goode notes that “the digital identity industry is incredibly vibrant with many influencing organisations shaping how digital identity is designed and deployed. These 10 organisations represent those that we have found to be the most influential throughout our research and we are delighted to announce the names of these highly deserving organisations today.”
The list of top influencing organizations is included in “The Digital Identity Report – The Global Opportunities for Verified Citizen & Consumer Digital ID: Market & Technology Analysis and Forecasts 2020-2025,” which reviews current global adoption, and provides market and technology analysis to identify drivers of and barriers to adoption, and features stakeholder interviews and company profiles.
The 228-page report examines the market for digital identity based on centralized, federated, and self-sovereign models, and forecasts that 3 billion digital identities will be issued by 2025.