Intelling has just published a new White Paper titled “Private ID infrastructures challenge government-issued IDs” that covers different aspects of the evolution of the relation between Government IDs and Private IDs. The White Paper includes a section on the basics of government-issued identity documents, and how they have been evolving across the last years.

A first relation between governments and private entities is when governments propose ID verification as a service to corporations. The White paper also explores Private IDs and Digital IDs, how they answer a business need, and how they relate with governments to secure their issuance and verification processes. The White Paper “Private ID infrastructures challenge government-issued IDs” is available free of charge from our website at

During Trustech, Thierry Spanjaard, Intelling Principal, will chair a session titled “Banking IDs and Financial Authentication” that will take place on Thursday November 28th at 10:00 and cover topics such as digital identity in the banking security, financial authentication, KYC and identity proofing. He will also participate in a round table about official document ID and mobile derived ID in a session called “Identity Schemes in Europe” that will take place on Tuesday November 26th at 10:00. Both sessions will take place during Trustech, in Cannes, France, on from November 26th to November 28th 2019. More information at

Thierry Spanjaard declares: “The questions of identity are at the core of any operation, especially for financial services. While a few years ago, only governments were issuing IDs, now this has become a lot more complex as entities are increasingly issuing their own digital private ID, leading to a more complex interaction with governments.”

Intelling is happy to partner with Trustech, the main event for the digital trust technologies, taking place in Cannes, France, on November 26–28, 2019.

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