Hawaii is one of many states that could soon accept driver’s licenses on mobile devices. A spokesperson for the city and county of Honolulu says they are looking for ways to modernize the city and the potential for mobile IDs and touch-less technology is limitless.
Driver’s licenses could soon be available on cell phones in Pennsylvania, authorities said, as the state confirmed they are currently “exploring the concept” of taking the significant step toward digitizing more of daily life.
A word from Jason Bohrer, executive director of the Secure Technology Alliance People are always searching for ways to upgrade their lives. This is especially evident in the technological space, with new gadgets hitting the market at a near constant rate. Almost everything is available at your fingertips. Payments can be made with the […]
More than 710K Greek citizens have used the Greek government’s Wallet app to create and store a digital version of their national identity card on their smartphone and more than 563K have used it to generate a digital version of their driving license since the service went live in July of 2022.
Android users in certain countries may have noticed a recent update replacing Google Pay with a new, multipurpose Google Wallet that stores digital identity cards. It impacts users in close to 40 countries across Europe and Middle East including the U.K., France, Belgium, Ireland, Germany and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The Canadian government has quietly announced plans to pursue a digital ID program at the national level. The move aims to make services more convenient to access through a federal Digital Identity Program, integrated with pre-existing provincial platforms.
America First Credit Union ($17 billion in assets, 1.2 million members) in Riverdale, Utah said all of its 121 branches in Utah and Arizona will accept mDLs for ID verification for all banking transactions.
Selecting the best mobile wallet for an mDL requires states to think about how to bring users an enjoyable experience while serving the public interest — and maintaining security, interoperability, and compliance with ISO standards…
A year-long mobile driver’s license pilot program is now almost at the finish line. Utah residents could see mDL’s fully launch in a few weeks, according to the Director of the Utah Driver License Division. Officials are working with relying parties that would utilize ID verification along with businesses that would accept the mobile ID including retail, banking and more.