July 13

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The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic recession is increasing the demand for federal, state and local government services – often online – like never before. At the same time, government agencies must contend with increasing cybersecurity threats.

New expectations of customer service are driving agencies to revise their approaches to digital identity management. As more people transact and interact with agencies digitally, there is also an increase in fraud and identity theft, which makes it more difficult to reliably verify that online visitors are who they claim to be. To provide constituents with frictionless access to critical services while preventing fraud, it’s critical for government portals to have a global view of their citizens so they can assure identity.

Join Government Technology for our latest webinar on July 13 at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern for a quick, 30-minute conversation as we discuss a critical missing piece in many digital government strategies: global digital identity assurance.

You’ll find out:

  1. Why governments must establish true digital identities to prevent fraud
  2. What global digital identity assurance is – and why it’s critical to provide secure access to government portals
  3. How you can get started to ensure citizens are who they say they are


Teri Takai

Teri Takai — Moderator

Executive Director, Center for Digital Government

Dr. Stephen Topliss

Dr. Stephen Topliss

Vice President Product Strategy, LexisNexis Risk Solutions