Before the pandemic, there was a general initiative from governments around the globe to implement remote governmental services so that citizens could renew ID documents, fill in their tax returns and complete other basic tasks without in-person interaction with the administration.
2021 – How the pandemic pushes governments and the private sector to go further in the adoption of biometric technologies
The Covid-19 pandemic brought the world to a standstill. Administrative processes and personal tasks that had been taken for granted suddenly became difficult, if not impossible, to complete. Biometric technologies come to the rescue.
Digitalization has changed the way we travel, consume, pay, and interact with administrations. The identity document is key to accessing services in the real world, and increasingly in the online world. This demands new security measures.
Combining digital identity verification techniques with eSIM devices and Remote SIM Provisioning technologies will enable MNOs to offer their subscribers the completely digitized experiences that they expect.
Digital identity technology can help mobile network operators innovate their services and support them in their fight against identity fraud.