Neo gives control of identity data back to your users. It lets you verify IDs, documents and identity claims including driving licenses, and issue digital credentials based on those. Users can share digital credentials with organizations to quickly and effortlessly prove who they are.
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PingOne Neo Early Access
Identity management completely reimagined
PingOne Neo provides identity verification (proofing), along with digital credential issuance and verification, so organizations can instantly ensure users are who they claim to be. Neo saves time by instantly ensuring the source, validity and accuracy of credentials and reduces costs associated with issuing physical credentials, managing personal accounts and preferences, managing eligibility, and mitigating identity theft.
In short, Neo prevents fraudulent transactions, stops account takeovers and delivers speed-to-trust by putting users in control of their verified information.
Everything you need. Nothing you don’t.
People use their digital identity online every single day, whether at work or at home and with every device. A verifiable credential presents only the necessary information. If your service only needs to verify the user's age, only the age will be provided, unlike today where a user would present their driver's license that contains extraneous information.
How Neo Works
Digital services today often require verified information about users to do business. PingOne Neo makes getting those verified credentials from their trusted source to the business that needs them simple and secure. Here’s how it works:
User requests a verifiable credential from an issuer or service provider.
The relying party attests the proof the user provided is true and accurate. Using this information they create a cryptographically signed verifiable credential.
The verifiable credential is stored in the owner's digital wallet
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