Even if we’re not aware of it, we go through ID verification almost every day. When we log into a mobile app, open a bank account, subscribe to an insurance policy or rent a car, we have to prove that we are the person who wants to use a given service.
Whereas in the past, face-to-face identification or email and password were sufficient. But with the digitization of services and the increase in cybercrime, there is a growing need for secure solutions, especially for sensitive services.
More and more companies are now using remote ID verification services with a dual goal: fighting fraud and building customer trust. The global identity verification market post COVID-19 is expected to grow from $7.6 billion in 2020 to $15.8 billion by 2025, according to a Markets and Markets research.