As one of the leading pioneers of sophisticated identity verification and authentication technologies, NEC Corporation of America has a deep well of expertise to offer organizations that are undergoing digital transformation. And now, the company is sharing that expertise through an insightful new white paper with implications for a range of sectors, from air travel to entertainment to government services.
Dubbed “Bridging the Identity Gap”, the paper tackles the growing disconnect between our online and offline identities, and the solutions available to help organizations bridge the divide. This includes an insightful discussion of the difference between decentralized approaches to identity, in which personal data is stored on each end user’s device, and centralized identity, in which an organization stores user data. Perhaps most importantly, NEC explains how a hybrid approach can take advantage of the best aspects of each of these approaches while ensuring the highest level of privacy for the end user.
NEC’s unique, hybrid approach to identity assurance is helpfully illustrated in the white paper through examples of how this can operate in practice, in settings such as airport passenger processing and the office workplace, where physical and digital identity credentials can be converged to the benefit of employees and managers alike.
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