Digital identity Trends

Indeed, for a growing number of public stakeholders and citizens, it's already a day-to-day reality. As a result, a revolution in the way that individuals interact with public institutions is underway. And the private sector is fast getting in on the act too. In this dossier, we'll highlight the five key digital identity trends that are set to shape the landscape in 2018 and beyond.

We expect to see more More mobility and Greater demand for security & trust

Identity is the link that connects an individual to his or her community. For public authorities, the key challenge in 2018 will be to create harmonious digital bonds that secure the relationship between new mobile identities and wider society. This is only possible through a public framework of trust, built on guarantees of private data protection and security.

​​​ "73% of internet use in 2018 and 76% in 2019 will be mobile according to Zenith's new Mobile Forecast report​. Mobile devices (also including tablets) are now the major means of accessing the internet for users, and will account for 73% of time spent using the internet in 2018. It was 65% in 2016 and 70% in 2017".
Private data, public framework

Identity is the link that connects an individual to his or her community. For public authorities, the key challenge in 2018 will be to create harmonious digital bonds that secure the relationship between new mobile identities and wider society.