Transaction Monitoring – Actively monitoring a session for suspicious attributes or behaviour
The current requirement to prove a citizen identity beyond reasonable doubt before obtaining services, creates a ‘high barrier to entry’ model. The friction created when meeting this requirement, impacts citizen identity uptake and use, negatively. Thus, we need to find ways to balance the need for robust assurance with lower friction. To move to such an environment, where a lower level of identity verification is acceptable, will require innovation by other means to reduce the risk profile of transactions.
The ability to monitor and react in real-time to the activity or transaction that the citizen is performing, is considered to be a vital element of this approach. This session will look at the capabilities that enable this approach?