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Remote Identity Proofing: Attacks & Countermeasures Report by ENISA

Remote identity proofing is a crucial element in creating trust for digital services.

Remote identity proofing is the process where an online user proves he or she is the owner of a claimed identity. The proofing process is usually carried out over a webcam or a mobile device, where the users show their faces and produce their government issued documents – legal identity cards or passports. However, criminals are creative in devising tactics to circumvent these systems and a risk based approach is essential to stay ahead of the game.


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