A nationwide Identity Management System, tailored for specific use cases
A nationwide Identity Management System, tailored for specific use cases.
We assist governments in building secure Identity Management Systems
Laxton’s identity lifecycle systems provide robust civil registries for citizen identity, including identity cards, ePassports, and registration and verification solutions.
Every applicant presents their completed registration form, with supporting documentation, to a verification officer. The officer checks that the required details and documentation is legible, correct, and sufficient to initiate a registration process. Once verified, the applicant proceeds to the registration officer.
The following information is captured:
- Personal details and demographic data
- Biometric information which may include iris, fingerprints and facial features
- High quality portrait photo
- Scans of supporting documentation
- Applicant signature
The information captured is verified by both the system and the trained registration officer for accuracy and authenticity.Nov 09, 2017
A receipt with the individual’s details and unique identification number is printed and issued immediately.Nov 09, 2017
Data Collection Centre
The encrypted information is transmitted over a secure network or via removable data storage devices to the Central Data repository where it is consolidated into a National Identification Database.Nov 09, 2017
The ingested data is de-duplicated by the Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS).Nov 09, 2017
A team of trained staff uses pre-agreed rules and policies to resolve any flagged applicants. This team is guided by both local conditions and international identification standards.Nov 09, 2017
National Identity Database
A digital citizens’ registry allows governments to link this information to all government department databases. They can register taxpayers, issue travel documents, register voters, etc., using one central identity information system.Nov 09, 2017
Identity Card Issuance
Identity documents are produced using highly specialised technology and equipment. A visual check is performed on every ID to ensure that there are no visual flaws. The successful retrieval of encrypted information is verified using a QR code and chip reader. The ID cards are then available for pick-up by the applicant, which includes biometric verification. This mitigates any risk of identity theft.Nov 09, 2017
Access to Services
With a registered, verifiable biometric identity, the citizens of a country can easily access government services such as healthcare and grant funding. Governments are also able to accurately plan and budget for the provision of these services to all citizens.Nov 09, 2017