Can evolving identity technology match expectations of users, consumers, and citizens?
Digital identity is central to how we interact with the digital world. It is how we prove that we are who or what we say we are during digital transactions and interactions.
The drive to deliver digital transformation projects at a larger scale and the rapid increase in online services have shifted our thinking about digital identity. Therefore, understanding consumer and business attitudes better is crucial. By looking at how consumers engage with their digital identity and how businesses plan to evolve from traditional identity management systems, we can get a clearer picture of its effect on our digital lives.
For this report, commissioned by Curity, we researched IT decision makers and consumers in the UK and the US to understand the current attitudes towards digital identity, adoption levels of digital wallets, challenges to established security practices, and the future landscape of digital identity. We also asked organizations about their understanding of the concepts around decentralized identity and how this may influence their business decisions in the future.
Download the report to learn the results.