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How Federated Identity Can Increase Access to Benefits and Services Online [White Paper]

In 2016, a record high 88% of online accounts were created using federated logins. And it’s no wonder–the average user manages 90 unique online accounts, according to Dashlane.

People are unable to remember a new, unique password for all of their accounts, a problem that federated identities solve to streamline account creation and sign-in for low-risk transactions. Federated identity offers an opportunity for government agencies and enterprises to drive account registration and increase access to important services. The challenge lies in strengthening those logins to meet federal standards.

Download our white paper, “How Federated Identity Can Increase Access to Benefits and Services Online,” to learn:

 

  • How federated identity alleviates password fatigue and registration abandonment
  • How government agencies can strengthen federated logins to protect citizen data
  • How ID.me’s approach to federated identity is put into practice at federal agencies such as the Department of Veterans Affairs

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Learn how federated logins can drive account registration and increase access to online services.

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