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 government agencies explore digital DL […]

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Rotating picture is not the magic wand to prevent fake IDs

As government agencies consider the deployment of mobile driver licenses (a.k.a. digital driver licenses or DDLs), much attention is being placed on the use of facial recognition technology for the acquisition and verification of a digital driver license. According to the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), there is a broad list of functional requirements associated with a mobile […]

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What Fuels Innovation?

For the past 20 years, the IBM jStart Team has combined its passion for innovation, deep skills, client focus, and delivery excellence to establish itself as the go-to team for emerging technology engagements. Starting with Java, the team has served as the ‘voice of the customer’ for many technology initiatives, providing references for use by IBM marketing, product requirements for use […]

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Mobile Multi-Factor Authentication for Digital Driver Licenses

Several Issuing Associations (a.k.a. DMV Agencies) have inquired about the applicability of biometrics, such as facial recognition, with a mobile driver’s license (mDL) solution based on IBM Mobile Identity. These inquires can be associated with two mDL scenarios: Validating a selfie against the photo in a DMV system of record to authenticate an individual during acquisition of a mDL. Contributing […]

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