Reports & Whitepapers: Landscape

Guide to the Identity Landscape

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01 Solutions Examining the most common identity verification solutions and assessing their strengths and weaknesses. 02 Lifecycle Illustrating how they perform as part of an ongoing customer identity lifecycle. 03 Use Cases Showing specific applications of identity verification for various business needs. Traditional businesses are taking their operations fully digital, and newer all-digital businesses are growing. Both groups need to onboard new users to their services remotely. But they also need to monitor the risks to their platform as their user base increases. In the past, we've seen a few different ways to verify an online user's identity. None of them are perfect. Most of them aren't even fit for purpose. Geographical reach, user experience and fraud prevention exist in a balance. Industry best practice is to layer a number of solutions to build a comprehensive solution, but this only further highlights the difficulty in balancing security and growth. At the same time, the way businesses manage their customer relationships is changing. Customers expect more services to be available remotely, with less friction. This means that identity verification is no longer just a check conducted at sign-up, it's part of a wider identity access management lifecycle. Introduction Identity risk management. It's more important than ever. This report looks at identity in three ways:

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