Digital services rely on users being able to assure that they really are who they say they are.

A report by IBM shows how governments can manage and authenticate digital transactions.

Users must be able to prove their identities within the context in which they are accessing the service. Governments can look at things like the device type, location and patterns in activity to prove the users’ identities.

Similarly, agencies can use analytics to ensure that its can authenticate which employer is accessing what data. This involves educating officials on everyday practices, but also being able to pick out insider risks before they can take control.

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