The Times Special Report - Digital Identity 2021

February 10, 2021
Paul McGuire
Co-founder, CEO at tru.ID

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The future of digital identity looks mobile. A new in-depth report, published this week in The Times, explores the issues with a range of industry experts

tru.ID is proud to sponsor the Digital Identity Report, published this week in The Times, which features all you need to know about digital identity in a mobile-first age.

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Here are just a few of the key takeaways:

  • The UK is in urgent need of a form of universal digital identity, but making this suitable for every citizen poses significant challenges
  • Passwordless login is transitioning from a concept to the stage of early adoption, as increasing numbers of cyberattacks expose the weakness of password-based security
  • As biometric solutions grow, they need to consider disabled accessibility – and the growing problem of deepfakes
  • Data leaks mean trust in technology is at an all-time low: when it comes to identification, businesses should consider linking to tech that users already trust, like their mobile phone

The report features over 25 pages of in-depth commentary, graphics and statistics from across the digital ID space. Download the Digital Identity Report free here.

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