Digital identities are here to stay. Our personal data is stored practically everywhere.
The average person would probably struggle to even remember them all, be they credit cards, cell phones, online accounts, social media or corporate accounts. In a way, these digital identities have become part of the fabric of society, and it’s hard to imagine them going away.
Is now the time to look at implementing a single unified digital identity that would cross between commercial, governmental, enterprise and personal use? How could this be done? What benefits and dangers does this present?
This session looks into what is being done today to move toward a singular digital identity and how this may impact the future.