“At the moment, I have 286 digital identities currently in use, which is just a crazy amount to manage and keep secure.”
This was a key insight given by our very own Philip Black on a recent webinar hosted by Tech UK on the future of voice biometrics and authentication, where he highlighted the need to look towards harnessing technologies, such as voice biometrics, to rethink identity for today’s digital world.
As consumers, our personal data is now more often than not dispersed online across hundreds of organisations and thousands of databases. Currently, every service provider we interact with all seem to think it’s a good idea to issue us with a separate digital identity.
We believe that this model and the way digital identities are managed is fundamentally broken. But we are here to fix it and it’s why events like the webinar from Tech UK and supported by key players such as Aculab are so important as a platform to explore how technologies such as voice biometrics can tackle this problem.
At Nomidio, our core belief is that a multi-factor approach based on biometrics has the potential to deliver a step-change in digital identity that we all need. Just think about it: rather than asking consumers to remember multiple passwords and usernames (or 286 individual identities in some cases), we store their biometric identifiers, a voice and face print, so we can authenticate against those across any device they’re logging in from.
Crucially, we store data in an incredibly secure, quantum-ready and cloud-based identity vault, which means businesses do not need to hold personally identifiable information (PII) and users can prove who they are using their voice or face print, quickly and easily.
Wouldn’t that be a far more accessible, reliable and secure option than trying to manage, remember and secure 286 individual identities? That’s exactly what we’re enabling at Nomidio: a unified, single online identity for users that removes the need and expensive risk to companies of propagating identity data.