Reimagining Digital Identity Post-Covid for Businesses

Reimagining Digital Identity Post-Covid for Businesses

Reimagining Digital Identity Post-Covid for Businesses
Online
November 9, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic, and the subsequent lockdown, has driven a huge rise in remote working. Almost overnight, development organizations who might have previously delayed digital transformation projects found themselves being forced to bring roadmaps forward, or develop entirely new roadmaps where none existed before. Digital identities, and the concept of verified credentials, have matured rapidly in a very short space of time with the onset of COVID-19 Digital Response.

In this context, the concept of identity isn’t new at all – for much of human history, we have used evolving credentials, from beads and wax seals to passports, ID cards, and birth certificates, to prove who we are. The issues associated with identity proofing – fraud, stolen credentials, and social exclusion – have challenged individuals throughout history.

However, as the spheres in which we live and transact have grown, first geographically and now into the digital economy, the ways in which humans, devices, and other entities interact are quickly evolving – and how we manage identity will have to change accordingly.

This webinar invites over 200 executives from the leading organizations across industries.

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