We believe that we all have within ourselves a secure way to access the world—our own unique identities.
Our identity is the key to a future where transactions and interactions in both the physical and digital worlds happen seamlessly and securely.
We believe in a world that—above all—ensures that only you can be you.
The number of connected devices available worldwide has already exceeded the number of people. Today, the pace of technological change is accelerating, impacting all industries from banking to telecommunications, manufacturing to eCommerce, healthcare to hospitality, and travel to public security.
These evolutions increasingly bridge the divide between the physical and digital worlds, and are reinventing how we interact in and within both universes.
Whether or not we realize, our identity is already at the heart of most of our daily interactions. Any time we send a text message, browse the internet with a mobile phone, pay in-store or online, take public transportation, go to the doctor, or travel, we use our identity credentials to prove who we are. And if today, we are already using our identities multiple times per day to interact, in the future, it will be constant – even countless.
To prepare for this, we need to ensure that every industry is well equipped to offer truly frictionless authentication journeys that offer security and reliability every step of the way.
Identity is at the heart of a connected world and at the center of everything we do. At IDEMIA, we believe that the more individuals feel safe and protected, the more they feel free to embrace life. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to unlock the world and make it safer for people to navigate the physical and digital worlds in total security.
Identity is key for individuals to gain access to financial services, healthcare, and education. We believe that the root of equal opportunity and dignity is a recognized form of identification.
At IDEMIA, we are proud to support the United Nations Sustainability Goal 16.9, which promotes inclusive societies for sustainable development—including the attribution of a legal identity for all. Providing unique identification to millions of undocumented people across the world is one of the most pressing needs and greatest challenges of our time.