Launch starts at 3pm.
Mvine Limited today joins Open Identity Exchange (OIX) for the launch of its new project report, ‘ID Inclusion and Data Sets’. The project report is written by Dr. Sarah Walton, edited by Nick Mothershaw and published by OIX.
Frank Joshi, director at Mvine, said: “This new report identifies those in the UK population who cannot verify their identity through traditional means as they lack the ID documents. The report is a substantive piece of work and I wish to thank Sarah Walton and Nick Mothershaw for their work in preparing it. This will inform the work many Identity Providers and Relying Parties are able to do, and I am confident it will lead to the betterment of digital identity systems in the UK.”
There is a proportion of the UK population who will not be able to verify their identity as they lack traditional ID-proof documents or credit history to do so. For this group alternative ID-proofing documentation combined with alternative proofing techniques and data sets were assessed. There are a number of considerations regarding risk and mitigation of alternative ID-proofing techniques and data sets considered in this paper.
Access to identity services will be improved by introducing new data sets into the ecosystem and leveraging alternative proofing techniques.
This report considers the below:
- Definition of the ID Challenged and counts (in collaboration with Experian)
- Prioritised Data sets
- ID-Proofing techniques and risks
- Map alternative ID Proofing techniques to data sets
- Priority Proofing Techniques for the ID Challenged based on Experian analysis