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Digital services and the building out of an IoT ecosystem increasingly require that people and devices can be securely and reliably authenticated. As we, and our objects, are increasingly connected to each other, to servers and the cloud, the threat level has increased. In order to combat this a variety of technology developers and service providers are employing a range of technologies to verify we are who we say we are and that we have validated access to our services, content and products. Find out more by clicking on the image.


Managing, securing and proving identity is becoming a more and more complex scenario yet one which is increasingly important in a growing number of applications and use cases. With data breaches becoming more frequent and identity theft on the rise, how service providers and equipment manufacturers store and manage people’s identity is becoming a greater focus for regulators, authorities and consumers. Find out more by clicking on the image.


Banks and their partners are colliding with digital service providers, with mobile at the centre of much of it, which is bringing about change and upheaval to traditional business models and thinking. A variety of technology choices and routes to market exist. For banks it is a question of which best suit their existing infrastructure and capabilities and allow them to maximise their relationships with their customers whilst ensuring that they stay relevant and competitive. Find out more by clicking on the image.

Security and Connectivity

Crossing over all areas are the themes of security and connectivity. The internet of things (IoT) is taking shape and horizontally linking what were previously vertically silo'd. Mobility is increasingly at the heart of applications, often acting as a hub or gateway between service providers and our hardware. Read more about our new service and its coverage.