Nomidio OpenID is now on AWS Marketplace

Identity services are a key component of a Zero Trust architecture. Covid-19 has forced the need to digitize and as a community we have to provide the tools for remote workers and consumers to be securely authenticated.

Nomidio OpenID is based on industry standards and may be easily integrated into your environment, whether across your network dovetailing into your existing Identity and Access Management system or on a use case basis such as access to highly secure data.

Delivered as a service from the cloud, Nomidio OpenID can be deployed and live in less than an hour.

No hardware. No complex systems integration. No high ongoing costs of ownership.

Available in UK, EMEA and US.

The Nomidio OpenID Solution

Nomidio OpenID makes use of the popular 0Auth 2.0 protocol to provide an identity layer via the OpenID connect standard, used by the vast majority of cloud service providers and websites.


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Real-Time Verification

Voice prints are taken by repeating a key phrase on the phone, while facial recognition is performed on a securely taken and uploaded faceprint, all in real-time.

Accessible & Secure

A cloud-hosted service provides access flexibility, with the same advanced security offered by on-site deployment.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Enhanced security and protection is provided by using multiple biometric factors and tying a phone number and device to the customer details. This allows text messages and security keys to be exchanged directly with customer mobiles.

Fraud Proof

Bank-grade, quantum-resistant encryption offers peace of mind by protecting against fraud and identity theft.

Benefits of Implementing Nomidio OpenID


Password free biometric multi factor authentication – Nomidio OpenID provides a clean, low friction user experience for consumer and corporate users alike.

Browser based

Browser based, it has zero footprint removing cost and complexity of identifying individuals in the digital world

No propagation of PII

PII is held in the Nomidio cloud, removing the risk of propagating data, and any authentication challenges are made by pointing and consuming the service.

Watch our Nomidio OpenID overview

Use Case 1 - Frontline workers

Workers in the field e.g. delivery drivers, taxi drivers, retail staff, cleaners, nurses, utilities engineers and many other professions are increasingly empowered by technology. These frontline workers need access to rotering, payroll, delivery, inventory and operational systems to log updates and prepare for their next day of work. Log-in might be infrequent, perhaps only a few times a week.
Replacing passwords with a simple biometric check removes the friction when frontline workers log-in, supporting business continuity and recovery. In addition, a biometric check greatly reduces the potential for job-sharing, where an unaccredited (potentially uninsured) worker sub-contracts a job from the legitimate employee – a particular concern in the gig-economy

Nomidio OpenID and Salesforce demo

Use Case 2 - Supply Chain

Most large organisations today are interconnected and operate with an ‘extended’ workforce. These people might be agents or brokers that help to sell and distribute a product, common in travel and financial services, or they might be suppliers like farmers or manufacturers that are interconnected with retailers. In each case, a company will need this extended workforce to access its systems. An extended workforce is largely outside your control, they may not have been through your training programmes and there is generally less visibility of their cyber security capabilities.

By replacing a proxy for a specific extended worker (their username and password) with an actual digital representation of that person (their biometric identifiers) it is possible to drastically enhance security and auditability

Reference Architecture

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