Also, enterprises depend on an ecosystem of partner services: payroll processors, health insurance providers, retirement benefits providers, etc. These are very private and personal for the employee. For cloud providers, sales automation providers, business process providers, etc., being able to depend on a “Digital Address” that is unique and trustable will protect these enterprises from identity fraud, improve efficiencies, and reduce operational complexities.
For enterprises that deal with consumers, the complexity of managing the identities of those users is exponentially greater. Whether for enterprise or consumer use cases, organizations struggle with multiple layers of security to identify their users. In the process, they juggle disparate user experiences and methods to assert user identity, adding more friction at the expense of user convenience. In this environment, having a unique and trustable identity, which is also under the user’s control, is critical.
A Digital Address from an ADIA Interchange will help enterprises provide their employee a Digital Identity that is unique and controlled by the employee within and external to the enterprise borders that provides.
- Stronger Identity
- Deployment in a decentralized architecture for better regulatory compliance for different geos
- Step-up / Multi-Factor identity-based authentication
- Stronger auditability and accountability
- Reliable account recovery without insecure knowledge-based authentication questions
- Defense from account hijacking
- Reduced support costs (account lockouts, password resets, etc.)