Commit 0898e2d1 authored by Niklas Palaghias's avatar Niklas Palaghias
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The concept of SSI was designed with the citizen and privacy in mind. However, existing implementations lack user-friendliness (e.g. showing hash codes to users), creating potential barriers in users’ adoption. **OnboardSSI** focuses on providing a secure and user-friendly wallet solution creating an easier way for citizens to manage their identity. **OnboardSSI** will leverage AI to remotely verify users’ identity, without human validator intervention, and creating verifiable credentials. End-users will perform a 3-step identity verification including scanning of proof-of-identity (e.g. passport), person cross-check through liveness detection, facial matching, and document validation, reaching High Level of Assurance based on eIDAS regulation. OnboardSSI will provide the appropriate abstraction for citizens to easily manage their credentials. Finally, Quadible’s AI continuous behavioural authentication, will secure the credentials, by combining 14 different behavioural and biometric traits.
Regarding the added value, OnboardSSI introduces a novel mobile wallet allowing users to onboard their existing identity to SSI in an easy and secure manner. Verifiable credentials are created from the onboarding of the existing identity. Strong encryption combined with storage in the Trusted Execution Environment of the device, will protect the verifiable credentials. Strong access control is enforced through Quadible’s AI-based continuous behavioural authentication combing 14+ behavioural and biometric traits. OnboardSSI is the only open-source solution (Apache 2.0) allowing remote user onboarding. For the users, it saves time, reduces stress and improves the user experience for getting onboard SSI and managing their credentials. For the organisations it helps them to a) reduce technology adoption costs (up to $2.12 per onboarding), b) reduce the risk for fraud (detection at the device level) and c) increase up to 40% the conversion rates as people will be able to easily onboard their existing identity.
> If you are interested in exploring potential collaboration including interoperability testing, we would very much like to hear from you at or through our website
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