Microsoft Verifiable Credentials

IDEMIA's integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory verifiable credentials enables "Verify once, use everywhere” functionality

Verify once, use everywhere

IDEMIA is collaborating with Microsoft to support its new Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) verifiable credentials identity solution, now in public preview. Azure AD verifiable credentials enable organizations to confirm information about individuals, such as their education, professional or citizenship certifications, without collecting or storing their personal data.  

Why use verified credentials?

Users of Microsoft Azure AD verifiable credentials can be verified by IDEMIA using our powerful Identity Document Capture & Verification (ID&V) and web capture SDKs to then be issued a reusable identity credential. 

How it works

IDEMIA generates a unique URL for users to register and initiate credential flow

Users visit the unique URL to scan a QR code with their mobile device through the Microsoft Authenticator app (Apple & Android)

IDEMIA’s mobile web journey walks users through document capture and liveness capture to then provision verified IDEMIA identity credentials via the Microsoft Authenticator app

If a user forgets a password or needs access to a secure website or app, Microsoft Azure AD generates a QR code to be scanned. Users can then verify their identity by sharing IDEMIA Verified Credential. 

A safer, faster, easier way to verify users

  • More protection against breaches
  • Credentials verified by IDEMIA’s industry-leading ID verification platform
  • Meets regulatory requirements by default 
  • No custom integration
  • No need to store user PII
  • Verify once, use everywhere  
  • Lower Cost
  • As easy as using digital credentials
  • Verify once, use everywhere

“Verifiable credentials will revolutionize the way we grant access to information. Organizations will be able to verify identity information quickly with solutions like IDEMIA, while individuals will be able to own and control their credentials.”

— Sue Bohn

Partner Director Program Management
Identity Division at Microsoft Corp.

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