Self-sovereign: the new dawn of digital identity in travel
Zamna has been featured in the landmark Digital Identity Report published by The Times in partnership with Raconteur covering the future of identity in travel, in partnership with Identity Week, Money 2020 and Info Security Magazine.
Organisations are spending huge sums in efforts to protect sensitive identity data and meet consumer demand for both next-level data privacy and frictionless experiences where a secure digital ID is used to access interconnected services.
Giving identity storage and control back to the passenger is the next step, but how can organisations ensure customer relationships are not lost?
Travel companies have become a hotbed of personal identity data: there were 4.4bn individual passenger flights globally in 2019, with 8bn+ individual identity transactions involving sensitive personal data.
10,000 years of time is spent annually on processing and verifying identity across global air travel.
The report covered 4 key considerations:
1. Identity data is dangerous
2. Bad data, bad decisions
3. Trust and privacy are everything
4. Connecting the dots
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