Businesses who need to know who their customers are can be certain of the identity of someone using iDIN because that person has already provided the necessary proof of identity when they opened their bank account. Because iDIN makes it easy to share personal data with a business, the customer journey is much better. Customers are much less likely to abandon a sign-up process if they can fill in their data with a few clicks, and the risk of entering incorrect data is eliminated. To protect against fraud, businesses benefit from the fraud monitoring procedures of banks.
One login for many sites
iDIN provides a simple, secure method for performing numerous online actions, including logging in, ID verification, data sharing, signing documents and showing proof of age. iDIN is issued by banks to account holders. When interacting with any online service that offers iDIN, you can use the same method for all of them: logging in to your online banking. This means you don’t have to remember usernames and passwords, fill out forms manually or identify yourself some other way.
How it works
Whenever an online service requests you to log in securely, prove your identity, fill out a form, sign a document electronically or confirm your age, you select iDIN as your method. Then you select your bank from a list and are directed to the iDIN page of your bank, where you log in as you normally would. Next, you are asked to confirm the action you are trying to complete. For example, if you are taking out an insurance contract online, you are presented with the personal data the insurance company is requesting. If you agree, then the data the bank is providing, and only that data, will be used to pre-fill the contract on the insurance company site.