On the Move with Mobile Identity and Blockchain

What if you could initiate a change of address for all your accounts at once?  Sound like a dream?  With IBM Mobile Identity (MI) and blockchain technologies it could become a reality.  Consider Holly’s scenario of moving to a new apartment in the same city or state. A New Home Holly is moving into a new apartment within the Des […]

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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 palm of their hand. Its […]

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Setting Mobile Identity Apart

Identity Theft We’ve all heard the stories of identity theft. Being America’s fastest growing crime, identity theft affects millions people every year and remains the top consumer complaint in the Federal Trade Commission. As the momentum of mobile and cloud applications grows, fraud becomes even more pervasive, and scams become ever more sophisticated. Hackers continue to thrive in compromising payment, […]

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IBM Mobile Identity: The Truth

Digital Identity: The Truth The plastic driver’s license is deeply rooted in our daily lives. As the pinnacle of all trust documents, we build its integrity based on its inability to be recreated. However, despite the difficulty in recreation, identity fraud, tampering, and counterfeits are still an ongoing challenge. Every few years, new steps and methods are created to make […]

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IBM Mobile Identity Meets Marist College

Face it, everyone carries their phones with them. Whether its in your pocket, a purse, or even a backpack, we don’t leave our homes without it; but what if that’s all you ever had to carry? What if everything you needed, your license, reward cards, membership cards, were all within hands reach on your mobile device? Well, IBM Mobile Identity […]

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A New Era in Personal Identity – Safer, Smarter, More Secure

  Most US citizens have some type of Government Issued Identity Instrument (G3I) for identity verification. The most common form is a driver’s license. But we also have a plethora of other identity instruments that we carry around every day; healthcare and prescription cards, employee badges, library cards, gym memberships, gun ownership, fishing and hunting licenses, store loyalty cards, and more. […]

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Using Trusted Identity to Streamline Medical Office Visits

Do you get aggravated each time you go to a doctor’s office and are handed a clipboard with a form to verify that your personal information is current?  Then, when returning the completed form, the assistant requests your health insurance card to photo copy it. You must now dig through your wallet to find a card that you, hopefully, rarely […]

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Citizen identity solutions offer improvements for Officer Notes

Have you ever wondered what becomes of the notes an officer takes while on duty?   Scratch Police Field Interview Notebooks are used to capture the unstructured written observations of a field officer. These written notes, often referred to as “scratch” because they are written on a scratch pad, allow the officer to capture details about daily events and observations […]

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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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Moving Beyond Barcodes

  We all have many plastic cards in our wallets – driver’s license, credit cards, healthcare cards, and more.  Many have some mechanism for exchanging data with a reader either via a barcode, magnetic strip, or chip. Unfortunately, these mechanisms for exchanging data do not always provide the best authentication. Barcodes are for automation, not Identification The use of barcodes, […]

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