Blockchain identity

Securing identity on blockchain makes it easier to comply with KYC requirements and allows for the seamless exchange of documents between banks and external agencies.

Arizona takes inside lane on adoption of digital licenses

Last month the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and IBM completed their first joint pilot to evaluate the applicability of digital identification documents for DMV agencies. ADOT is considering several pilots to help them explore the concepts of a Mobile Driver’s License (mDL). This initial endeavor represented a significant industry milestone as it was the first time that a […]

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Safely vetting a digital driver’s license

As the adoption of mobile driver licenses (mDL) evolves, the safety of law enforcement must be taken into consideration. When an officer pulls over a driver and approaches the vehicle the officer must not be distracted so that he or she can have “eyes on the driver” at all times. In these situations, the officer will […]

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Secure verifiable anywhere anytime digital driver’s licenses

Today physical identity cards are used to represent personally identifiable information (PII). A common example is a driver’s license (DL) that uses paper or plastic to represent an individual’s credentials issued in compliance with ISO/IEC 18013-1. However, the representation of PII may soon be changing as the interest in mobile driver licenses is growing. As […]

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Mobile identity on-the-go with Marist College

In today’s fast paced society, people are always on the go. We are constantly traveling from place to place all while striving for the utmost convenience and control over our every day tasks. IBM Mobile Identity (MI) offers individuals instant access, availability, and reliability to their identification documents at any moments notice right from the […]

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