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Join us for our webinar: Digital Identity – The Future of ID Checking

digital identity webinar

Our exciting new Digital Identity Verification service is coming soon, and we’d love to tell you all about it. 

We’re hosting a free webinar to share details and plans about Digital Identities, and you’re invited. Join us on Wednesday 9th March at 10am to find out more about this revolutionary technology.

Let’s talk about Digital Identities

The webinar will be hosted by uCheck, and we’re delighted to be welcoming some fantastic guest speakers:

  • Mark Sugden, Head of Identity at the Disclosure & Barring Service
  • Jim Purves, Head of Identity Solutions at the Post Office

We’ll talk about how Digital Identities will work, plans for their implementation and release, upcoming changes to ID legislation and much more.

What are Digital Identity Checks?

Digital Identity Checks are a fully digital way to verify a person’s identity. Instead of providing a physical identity document to prove who you are, you can show the same information digitally.

Digital Identities will revolutionise screening checks, making them easier, faster and safer.

Our Digital Identity service will comply with new guidance from the DBS and Home Office, which was updated in 2022 to allow for Digital Identity Checks.

Join us!

Please join us at our webinar. Here are the details:

Digital Identity – The Future of ID Checking

Date: Wednesday 9th March

Time: 10am – 11am

Location: Online via Microsoft Teams

Registration: You can register for the event here.

Please do pass this along to any colleagues who may be interested, and we hope to see you there!

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