Chip Kohlweiler - Navy Federal Credit Union
James E. Lee - Identity Theft Resource Center
Keith Gordon - CIBC
The use of online and mobile services surged as the COVID-19 pandemic forced consumers to engage in remote interactions and move to digital channels. While consumers can assert their identities through solutions that allow them to take a picture of their ID and validate it, they must jump this hurdle at each company with which they establish a relationship.
Enter federated digital identity. A federated identity allows consumers to establish a digital identity that can be asserted at any relying party within the network. This provides interoperability between otherwise disparate organizations, improves efficiency, and reduces administrative costs while significantly improving the consumer’s experience. But what will it take to implement it? How will ubiquity be established? What are the privacy issues and concerns as well as other regulatory challenges?
Join this panel to learn what is possible and how a true federated digital identity framework can be achieved.