Consumers split on who should take charge of digital financial IDs
A digital identity is an electronically verified set of attributes that uniquely describe a person. During the second quarter of 2017, we surveyed consumers on their perceptions of digital financial identity.
We found that large financial institutions and the U.S. government were most commonly seen as the institutions that should manage digital financial identities, and they are seen as being able to keep information safer than other organizations can.
For more information read our Perspectives article.
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