The global digital identity solutions (DIS) market size is projected to grow from USD 34.5 billion in 2023 to USD 83.2 billion by 2028 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.3% during the forecast period. The expansion of the DIS market is being propelled by government initiatives and regulations supporting digital ID transformation.
Government regulations and the imperative for compliance have also played a significant role in driving the adoption of DIS solutions and services as businesses strive to meet security requirements and protect sensitive data. Additionally, megatrends like integrating biometrics and blockchain into identity are emerging in the DIS market to identify authorized users for networked systems better. Together, these factors form a powerful force behind the growth and advancement of the DIS market.
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What is DIS?
Digital identity solutions are designed for organizations to collect biographical (name, age, gender, and address) and biometric data electronically. It stores these attributes to uniquely describe the person within the given network and authenticates it with a database. Digital identity solutions consider identity verification (proofing), authentication, and identity lifecycle management.
The DIS market is led by some of the globally established players, such as NEC (Japan), Samsung SDS (South Korea), Thales (France), Telus (Canada), IDEMIA (France), GBG (UK), Tessi (France), Daon (US), ForgeRock (US), ImageWare (US). Partnerships, agreements, collaborations, acquisitions, and product developments are some of the various growth strategies by these players to increase their market presence.
NEC (Japan) has expertise in integrating IT and network technologies. NEC offers advanced solutions for identity verification. These solutions include fingerprint recognition, facial recognition, iris recognition, and voice recognition. These solutions enable Secure and accurate authentication, enhancing the reliability of digital identities. NEC also offers digital identity platforms that provide end-to-end identity management capabilities, supporting features such as identity proofing, attribute verification, and lifecycle management. NEC has launched a new subsidiary, NEC National Security Systems (NEC NSS). The new subsidiary specializes in delivering the company’s biometrics, identity, artificial intelligence, and computer vision applications to US government agencies. The company has offices across the globe, including Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and the Middle East. NEC Facilities (Japan), NEC Display Solutions (Japan), NEC Energy Solutions (US), and NEC Embedded Products (Japan) are a few of its subsidiaries.
Samsung SDS (South Korea) was established to handle the information and communications technology part of the Samsung Group. The company offers enterprise mobility, security, analytics, mobile sales, and training software and solutions. Its IT business provides IT consulting, design and development, and system management and infrastructure services. The company offers a single authentication process with its SingleID solution to facilitate authorized users’ easier access to information assets. The integrated platform Nexfinance offers organizations the most recent tools and services to utilize all the advantages of digital finance. The company offers linked businesses with a one-time registration Blockchain ID; it provides a quick user verification service.
Thales (France) designs and builds electrical systems and provides services for the aerospace, defense, transportation, and security markets. The French government partially owns the company, and it operates in more than 56 countries. Thales has offices across the globe, including North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa.
In early 2019, Thales acquired Gemalto, the international security company, making Thales a new leader in digital security. Around the world, every organization is planning to move toward digital transformation, and this acquisition is expected to benefit all those organizations even better. For digitalization processes, businesses and governments depend on Thales. Thales’s identity management and data protection technologies help banks exchange funds, maintain border control, and many other applications. According to the company, more than 30,000 organizations rely on Thales Group’s solutions to verify the identities of people and things, grant access to digital services, analyze vast quantities of information, and encrypt data.
According to MnM’s approach to evaluating the market, most businesses use various organic and inorganic growth tactics to hold onto their market share. In 2020–2022, transactions rose by 50–60%. Alliances, acquisitions, collaborations, and partnerships together are covered in these agreements. Organic growth strategies starting in 2022 are anticipated to be embraced by organizations to provide end consumers with DIS solutions and services, which would assist businesses in boosting market revenue.
Digital Identity Solutions Market by Offering (Solutions, Services), Software, Solution Type (Identity Verification, Authentication), Authentication Type, Identity Type, Organization Size, Vertical and Region - Global Forecast to 2028
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