Veridas Drives Biometric Inclusivity Mission by Joining OIX Community

 Veridas, a leading global provider of AI-driven identity verification solutions, is pleased to announce it has joined Open Identity Exchange (OIX), a global community driving positive and inclusive developments for trusted digital identities. 

Veridas Digital Identity Verification and Biometrics Authentication solutions provide both facial and voice verification and authentication, utilising the natural, inclusive features of all users. 

Serving organisations across 25 countries, Veridas is solving one of the most urgent security issues their customers worldwide have today – simplifying access for legitimate users while blocking digital attacks and physical breaches. 

Veridas was recently ranked as one of the top four best biometrics providers in the world, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Its technology uniquely addresses an ever-apparent privacy issue, ensuring its customers are consistently compliant with emerging data privacy laws. As such, Veridas is the partner of choice for many banks, retailers, contact centres and government agencies in the most rigorous of environments, including the EU and the US.

Growing rapidly as an organisation, Veridas envisions a future without passwords, where everyone can privately, securely and voluntarily use their identities in both digital and physical environments. By joining the OIX community, Veridas can contribute to and collaborate with OIX’s global networks to exchange knowledge, share best practices and engage in joint projects. This strategic alignment further positions Veridas as a trusted provider of biometric identity verification.

To help support the understanding and adoption of digital ID by organisations that will come to rely on it, the OIX is holding its #IdentityTrust2023 Conference on Thursday 28th September 2023 in the South Bank wing (3rd floor) of London’s iconic County Hall, which served as the headquarters of local government for London for 64 years until the late 1980’s. 

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