Digital identity management is at the center of cybersecurity, regulatory compliance and consumer trust which is fundamental for the further development of the Internet Economy. Many organizations are struggling to define a digital identity management program both internally for the enterprise and externally for consumers. As the value, frequency and ease of social and economic online transactions increases following network effect, so does the importance of verifying and authenticating digitally to create a trust-based social and economic activities online
With increasing global data privacy compliance requirements, organizations are required to comply with legal and audit related mandates such as GDPR, CCPA and NIST cybersecurity framework recommendations. Technology firms have to set the standard to provide trusted interactions between parties in the online and physical worlds. It follows that any organization looking to protect data with digital identities has to balance the need for high assurance with ease of use. This is not an easy balance to achieve yet is required to either begin a transformative effort or more often, unify existing services before embarking on a transformative effort. Skills needed to maintain such a balance range from expertise in User Experience and Service Design to Software Development and Cloud Infrastructure and Security. If the implementing team is missing any of those skills, the experience is likely to end up being sub optimal.
We develop practices aimed to benefit the society at large, including businesses, citizens and the government, and minimize the risks that undermine trusted interactions online. These efforts tend to be at the start of transformations and are crucial to ensure team morale and to maintain project timelines for all dependent projects. Cybersecurity teams are challenged with dealing with legacy IT environments and the resistance to migrating to the cloud. Enquizit’s experience in migrating legacy systems has equipped our team to take an integrated approach to manage digital identity issues by building customer trust through improving privacy and security. We help our customers build a flexible and resilient digital identity management practice which is scalable, agile and safe.
Enquizit team establishes identity management systems from scratch. As is the case of The Common Applications an undergraduate college admission system developed by our team, which now hosts identity for millions of students, teachers and university officials of more than 800 universities around the world. Additionally, we also have contributed to integrating identity of existing applications at login.gov, where our team is continuing to enhance the user experience and security of millions of users for several government initiatives like the Trusted Traveler Program. The success of the initiative has resulted in more government agencies onboarding on to the shared authentication platform of Login.gov to benefit from this simple, secure and economical managed service which enhances user experience.
Digital identity management can be approached from a technical, legal or social point of view all taken into account in a holistic manner. Enquizit understands that there are multiple challenges relating to the conflicting objectives and needs of various stakeholders. We analyze use cases to better understand the lifecycle of digital identity management and build in end-to-end security and privacy. We help build an effective and efficient digital identity management strategies to fully realize the economic and social potential of the Internet by migrating economic and social interactions online and unleashing innovation to create trust-based digital services.