How GOV.UK massively enhanced its identity verification infrastructure.
How self-sovereign data will allow us to make payments and verify our identities without devices.
The UN’s efforts to implement legal identity for all, and the care that needs to be taken.
An explanation of how blockchain technology could help deliver public services to people across Europe.
The judgment in the Huduma Namba case, and the implications it has for the roll out of Kenya’s National Integrated Identity Management Scheme (NIIMS).
The legal requirements of the EU’s GDPR, how businesses should handle data, and the effects on user’s privacy.
The second case study evaluation of digital identity governance from the Centre for the Internet and Society, India, focuses on the country’s Aadhaar system.
How the UK can position itself to be a world leader in secure, privacy-enhancing and trusted technology.
How decentralized identity technology is slowly gathering pace but does not yet amount to an ecosystem.
How biometric initiatives will help those in Africa currently unable to access financial services due to insufficient ID.