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iProov Study: 90% of Americans Would Pay Extra to Renew Driver’s License Online

Thursday, April 15, 2021 - 1:06pm

With iProov\xe2\x80\x99s Genuine Presence Assurance\xe2\x84\xa2 technology, that has changed: organizations can now securely verify user identity online.

Key Points: 
  • With iProov\xe2\x80\x99s Genuine Presence Assurance\xe2\x84\xa2 technology, that has changed: organizations can now securely verify user identity online.
  • U.S. citizens are willing to pay for online convenience: The revenue opportunity for the DMVs is clear: 86% of respondents said they would either definitely pay to renew a driver's license or ID online or would consider it.\n90% gave an amount they would be willing to pay, with 35% saying they would pay $20 and above.\n3.
  • iProov was recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor 2020 in Identity Access Management & Fraud Detection.
  • For more information, please see www.iproov.com or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter .\nView source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210415005572/en/\n"

Secure Identity Alliance highlights the changing face of identity management in new report

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 - 2:43pm

"While it may be some time before we see a return to those pre-pandemic levels, demand will inevitably surge again.

Key Points: 
  • "While it may be some time before we see a return to those pre-pandemic levels, demand will inevitably surge again.
  • When it does, border authorities will once again need to address the dual challenge of safeguarding their country whilst also ensuring that global travel remains as convenient and accessible as possible.
  • "\nIn addition to the major drivers shaping the future of the border control space, the new SIA reportlooks at the vital - and complex - role played by identity management.
  • "\nStrong Identity, Strong Bordersbrings those solutions to life in the form of case studies from around the world, demonstrating the breadth and variety of identity management techniques now in operation.

Secure Identity Alliance highlights the changing face of identity management in new report

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 - 2:41pm

"While it may be some time before we see a return to those pre-pandemic levels, demand will inevitably surge again.

Key Points: 
  • "While it may be some time before we see a return to those pre-pandemic levels, demand will inevitably surge again.
  • When it does, border authorities will once again need to address the dual challenge of safeguarding their country whilst also ensuring that global travel remains as convenient and accessible as possible.
  • "\nIn addition to the major drivers shaping the future of the border control space, the new SIA reportlooks at the vital - and complex - role played by identity management.
  • "\nStrong Identity, Strong Bordersbrings those solutions to life in the form of case studies from around the world, demonstrating the breadth and variety of identity management techniques now in operation.

IMG Says 71% of U.S. International Travelers Are Planning to Travel Abroad in 2021

Friday, April 16, 2021 - 2:30pm

b'- IMG\'s Future of Travel Survey collected responses from their U.S. members with past international travel experience (42% of respondents reported 3+ international trips per year)\n- Survey results reveal travel insights such as willingness to travel internationally, importance of safety precautions, and motivating factors to travel again\nINDIANAPOLIS, April 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --International Medical Group (IMG), an industry-leading international medical insurance, global assistance, and travel insurance company, released results from its Future of Travel Survey, which gauged U.S. members\' (past international travelers) overall willingness to travel internationally in 2021 as well as their opinions on the importance of safety precautions.

Key Points: 
  • b'- IMG\'s Future of Travel Survey collected responses from their U.S. members with past international travel experience (42% of respondents reported 3+ international trips per year)\n- Survey results reveal travel insights such as willingness to travel internationally, importance of safety precautions, and motivating factors to travel again\nINDIANAPOLIS, April 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --International Medical Group (IMG), an industry-leading international medical insurance, global assistance, and travel insurance company, released results from its Future of Travel Survey, which gauged U.S. members\' (past international travelers) overall willingness to travel internationally in 2021 as well as their opinions on the importance of safety precautions.
  • Among several key takeaways and future travel trends, the survey revealed increased confidence towards travel, reporting that 71% plan on traveling internationally in 2021.\n"With vaccines becoming more readily available and cities, countries, and businesses continuing to reopen, people are beginning to take their anxiously awaited leisure getaways and planning for even more travel later this year," said IMG\'s Chief Commercial Officer, Amanda Winkle.
  • "The pent-up desire to travel combined with the success of the U.S. vaccination rollout is driving increased booking behavior and IMG is prepared to protect our members\' trip investments and health as they embark on their long-awaited trips.
  • "\nOf the 71% of respondents planning to travel internationally in 2021, 49% plan to embark on their first trip abroad before September:\n'

Protecting Private Data is Key for Texas Gov. Gregg Abbot, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis with COVID-19 Vaccination Passports

Thursday, April 8, 2021 - 7:14pm

CastleBranch an infectious disease screening companyhas already taken significant steps to protect private data from abuse and misuse by government and big tech corporations.

Key Points: 
  • CastleBranch an infectious disease screening companyhas already taken significant steps to protect private data from abuse and misuse by government and big tech corporations.
  • Located in North Carolina, CastleBranch has developed Real Vaccination ID , a driver's license-sized card providing verified physical and digital proof of vaccination status.
  • "CastleBranch stands firm in our commitment to protecting an individual's private, personal data from those who would seek to abuse it," said Brett Martin, CEO of CastleBranch.
  • With Real Vaccination ID, cardholders have a responsible and convenient path forward to communicate their vaccination status, without compromising their data or private information.

IDnow welcomes Bundesnetzagentur decision and predicts turning point for digital identity verification

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 - 12:11pm

The catalogue of criteria published by Bundesnetzagentur and BSI prescribes high technology standards for automated identity verification.

Key Points: 
  • The catalogue of criteria published by Bundesnetzagentur and BSI prescribes high technology standards for automated identity verification.
  • With its product IDnow AutoIdent, IDnow is one of the leading providers for automated identification in Germany.
  • IDnow sees the regulator's decision as an important step towards a digital society in Germany and as a fundamental turning point for German companies in international market comparison.
  • This is because the new regulation enables platform companies such as IDnow to offer the appropriate digital methods for identity verification in each case.

IDnow welcomes Bundesnetzagentur decision and predicts turning point for digital identity verification

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 - 12:19pm

The catalogue of criteria published by Bundesnetzagentur and BSI prescribes high technology standards for automated identity verification.

Key Points: 
  • The catalogue of criteria published by Bundesnetzagentur and BSI prescribes high technology standards for automated identity verification.
  • With its product IDnow AutoIdent, IDnow is one of the leading providers for automated identification in Germany.
  • IDnow sees the regulator's decision as an important step towards a digital society in Germany and as a fundamental turning point for German companies in international market comparison.
  • This is because the new regulation enables platform companies such as IDnow to offer the appropriate digital methods for identity verification in each case.

HKIoD Recommends a Director Identification Number System

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 - 10:40am

A main purpose of public inspection of the Companies Register is to ascertain the identity of a director of a certain company.

Key Points: 
  • A main purpose of public inspection of the Companies Register is to ascertain the identity of a director of a certain company.
  • HKIoD is all for accountability of company directors, but the accountability need not come from open access to a director's residential address or to the director's personal identification number in full.
  • We can look to Australia, and consider introducing official, unique Director Identification Numbers to be used by the same director across different entities for the duration of the director's life.
  • HKIoD is a member institute of the Global Network of Director Institutes, a worldwide alliance of leading director institutes.

40% of Enterprises Face High Likelihood of Outages According to State of Machine Identity Management Report

Tuesday, April 6, 2021 - 5:40pm

"Yet the survey highlights a concerning and significant gap between plan and action when it comes to machine identity management strategy.

Key Points: 
  • "Yet the survey highlights a concerning and significant gap between plan and action when it comes to machine identity management strategy.
  • Distributed workforces and the proliferation of connected devices have contributed to a rapid rise in the volume of machine identities.
  • "Mitigating machine identity risk and achieving zero trust are top priorities for teams hardening their overall security posture," said Hickman.
  • View the complete findings and download the 2021 State of Machine Identity Management Report today.

Control Over Personal Data Developing as Key Concern with Vaccine Passports

Monday, April 5, 2021 - 10:00pm

This includes the White House , which in March, suggested vaccine passports come in both a physical and digital form, include a scannable code, and are designed to protect an individual's private data and information.

Key Points: 
  • This includes the White House , which in March, suggested vaccine passports come in both a physical and digital form, include a scannable code, and are designed to protect an individual's private data and information.
  • Known as the Real Vaccination ID , these driver's license-sized cards feature a scannable QR code, provide verified physical and digital proof of vaccination and have protections in place to ensure individuals maintain complete control and ownership over their personal data.
  • "Real Vaccination ID empowers people to safely and responsibly demonstrate their vaccination status without having to give up the rights to their own private, personal data," said Brett Martin, CEO of CastleBranch.
  • "We take a 'nothing about me without me' approach to data ownership and privacy to ensure a person retains complete control over their own digital identities not advertisers, and certainly not big tech."