The Cybernetica and iProov partnership will enable individuals to use any smart device as a secure means of digital signing and authentication. In turn, this will help governments and organisations to obtain a high level of assurance that individuals are who they claim to be, and deliver a better user experience, say the companies.
“Together Cybernetica and iProov meet the highest regulatory standard and certification for security in the European Union, protect an individual’s digital identity from the evolving landscape of generative AI attacks, and are providing a solution that is effortless for organisations to integrate,” said iProov in a statement.
“Combining Cybernetica’s Splitkey technology with iProov’s patented Biometric Solution Suite really strengthens our offering by adding authentication and digital signing to produce a powerful and extremely robust and secure digital identity solution for remote enrolment that not only gives us the opportunity to grow our presence in existing markets but offers the chance to open up new markets in new regions,” said Michael Buckland, head of digital identity technologies at Cybernetica.
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“This partnership brings together Cybernetica’s threshold cryptographic key protection solution with our Biometric Solution suite to create a powerful identity solution for remote onboarding by government and finance organizations on a global scale,” added Joe Palmer, chief product and innovation officer, iProov.
“We’re excited to get started and looking forward to seeing what we can achieve together.”
Estonia has a reputation on globally as a pioneer in the use of digital identities.