Enabling services: eID+

“eID+” is a secure, government trusted digital identity platform. At the core of the solution is a mobile app enabling citizens to create and manage their digital identities so they can access related online services. These include secure and convenient logins to websites using two-factor authentication as well as digital signing and secure storage of privacy sensitive documents.


Password-less Login

Private keys on the users’ devices replace weak passwords and eliminate phishing risks. Inherence and knowledge factors can be added for multi-factor authentication.


1-Click Onboarding

Users no longer have to fill out forms. Instead, they can simply grant third parties access to their data using their eID+ one-click QR code functionality.


Verified Identity

Users can have their identity attributes verified by accredited parties such as governmental or financial entities. Once these identity attributes are verified via a REST API, users can transact seamlessly with relying parties, such as other financial institutions or e-commerce websites.

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