Category: Remote onboarding

Remote identity checks: on-boarding your remote customers and staff more effectively.

David Park

June 30, 2020

Over the past few years at TrustID, we have seen a huge increase in the number of organisations turning to online identity verification services as a quick, reliable and scalable way to support remote identity checks. We’re pleased to now introduce new functionality, known as Guest Links, to further support this remote checking process.

Facial recognition software and passive liveness in identity verification

David Park

June 3, 2020

From May 2020, the TrustID Cloud service includes a facial recognition and liveness test option. But how can facial recognition support identity validation? We’ve created this overview of the service to help you find out more about what it means and how it could help your organisation with on-boarding.

How online validation can help with Right to Work during Covid-19

Tony Machin

March 31, 2020

As ‘social distancing’ continues to enforce remote working and a lack of face-to-face contact, this clearly presents many challenges to businesses, including those who need to verify the identity of their staff or customers. Many organisations will usually rely on a face-to-face, visual inspection of an identity document to verify the Right to Work status of their employees. So, many organisations are asking us how electronic checks can help.

Making identity checks in today’s world

Tony Machin

March 23, 2020

We’re all being advised to work from home where possible. This clearly makes receiving and checking physical documents in the presence of applicants a bit of challenge and lots of our customers are asking about checking identity documents remotely. Find out more about the changes in this blog.

What being ISO27001 certified means

Our IS27001 accredited certification lets you know that we follow information security best practice, helping to eliminate or minimise the risk of a security breach, keep information secure and ensure compliance with data protection regulations.

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