The internet has developed from a communication tool to an everyday life necessity. The data commonly needed for digital identities is very sensitive and therefore has to be securely stored. This article explores how to create a secure digital identity, using the UK as an example.
It is vital that the link between an individual's online identity and real life identity is secured to protect them against misuse and data leaks. The level of security needed is possible with modern hardware security modules, such as asymmetric cryptography: