IDnow is a leading identity verification platform in Europe with a vision to make the connected world a safer place. The IDnow platform provides a broad portfolio of identity verification solutions, ranging from automated to human-assisted from purely online to point-of-sale, each of them optimized for user conversion rates and security.
In 2021, IDnow acquired the French market leader for identity technology, ARIADNEXT, and the German identity Trust Management AG, enabling IDnow to offer its customers one of the broadest identification solutions through a single, integrated platform.
The company has offices in Germany, United Kingdom and France and is backed by renowned institutional investors, including Corsair Capital and Seventure Partners. Its portfolio of over 900 international clients, spans a wide range of industries, and includes leading international players such as, Western Union, UBS, Commerzbank, Sixt and Munich Re, as well as digital champions like N26, Solarisbank, wefox and Tier mobility.
|Nov 24, 2021||
Digital ID & Identification
In the digital age, new technologies and services are greeted with greater enthusiasm than ever before, increasingly mediating identity verification and identification of individuals. As digitization increases, so does the need for legal and technical safeguards to ensure privacy and security. Global demand for eGovernance platforms and the digital IDs to securely access contactless services has also increased, raising concerns among many players in the global digital ecosystem.
|Oct 22 ‑ Oct 24, 2019||
Consumer Identity World EU 2019
At the Consumer Identity World you learn how to balance the user experience, privacy, and security of your connected customer and how to enhance the customers' journey by leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to provide a superior and customized experience.
|Nov 24, 2021||
Digital Identity Wallets – How To Evolve SSI To Meet eIDAS 2.0 Regulations
The presentation will give context on the EU commission announcement of European Digital Wallets and explains what eIDAS 2.0 defines for member states when it comes to digital identities. SSI can be a potential solution, but currently does not meet the eIDAS 2.0 regulation fully. We will explain why and give an idea on how to evolve SSI and create an ecosystem that is compliant with eIDAS 2.0.
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