Achieve High Assurance Verifying People With E-IDs
The electronic ID (e-ID) market presents complex contracting and integration challenges for organizations. Trulioo Electronic Identification empowers organizations to quickly verify people with e-IDs through one contract that connects to an issuer network.
One Connection to a World of Contracts
Trulioo Electronic Identification removes the need for contracts with multiple e-ID issuers. With one contract, organizations can bypass time-consuming bureaucracies and access difficult-to-reach issuers. Let our global scale fuel your connection to governments and private data sources around the world.
One Integration for Global Access
Trulioo simplifies integration complexity. One point of integration with Trulioo unlocks access to e-IDs worldwide and a partnership list that will grow as new issuers emerge. Connect to Trulioo through the industry standard OAuth protocol and relieve the developer burden.
One Platform for Complete Verification
E-IDs aren’t universal. Trulioo enables organizations to dynamically layer different verification methods to reach the highest rates at the optimized cost. Leverage verification flexibility with Electronic Identification, Person Match, Identity Document Verification and Utility Data.
Streamline Your E-ID Access
Some e-ID issuers limit direct access. Others prefer not to work with entities below a certain size. Expand your access through Trulioo and its proven track record of successful partnerships with more than 450 global and local data sources.
Fast-track integration with the Trulioo flexible API and no-code options. A single point of integration with Trulioo provides access to multiple current and upcoming e-IDs instead of requiring repeated integrations and complex technical overhead.
Enhance Verification Rates
Maximize verification rates anywhere in the world, even when some users have e-IDs and some don’t. Quickly direct a transaction to the optimal combination of data sources, Identity Document Verification or Electronic Identification.
“Recognize that for many years you will need to offer both identity verification and accept assertions from portable digital identity solutions. There will not be a clean switch from the former to the latter.”
The 2023 Gartner® Market Guide for Identity VerificationDownload the report
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Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about key industry terms and concepts.
A digital ID is like an electronic version of a physical ID document, and a digital wallet is a collection of IDs or credentials on a mobile device.
The terms e-ID and digital ID are used to describe an electronic representation of personally identifiable information that may be used to verify an identity.
The steps in creating a digital ID account vary depending on the government or private entity that issues the ID. It may involve a background check, an in-person visit or uploading a government-issued ID document.
Some, but not all, digital IDs are also national IDs. National IDs are created by governments for citizens and residents. They are typically physical ID cards, such as passports and driver’s licenses. Sometimes, digital versions of these national IDs are issued, and these can be accessed online or via a mobile device like any other e-ID.
Data is secured with multifactor authentication and cryptographic protection. The user can see what a platform is requesting, such as name or address, and can restrict data sharing.
Often, businesses need permission to integrate directly with each ID issuer, typically using OpenID Connect. Businesses also can integrate with a single identity platform for fast, efficient integration and digital ID verification.
A centralized digital ID is created by a single entity, usually a government.
A federated digital ID is created by a collection of private and public entities, often banks, operating with trust frameworks.
Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services is an EU proposal to introduce a digital wallet that gives users control over their personal information and how it’s shared. The proposal would increase digital ID adoption in the private sector and allow for cross-border digital ID recognition. The goal is for every member state to provide digital wallets.
An mDL is a mobile driver’s license. They are government-issued e-IDs stored on mobile phones. An mDL can include personally identifiable information such as name, age and license expiration date.
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