The Brazilian Association of Technology and Digital Identity (ATID) has just joined the membership of the International Institute of Identification – InterID, in the Partner Associate modality. With this, the two organizations will be able to collaborate mutually in activities that aim at the development of projects, research and congeners in the field of identification.
For the CEO of InterID, Célio Ribeiro, ATID has the potential to collaborate on fronts that are closely aligned with the institute’s longings and objectives. “We are building a very rich, diverse and very specialized membership. ATID, in the light of other Partner Associates, treats the theme of identification as one of its pillars and reason for being. We believe that this will be a partnership of many results for all”, he stressed.
“The world strives to seek solutions to improve people’s quality of life through new technologies and digital inclusion, but faces a great challenge to the fullness of this possibility: Identity Theft. The challenge for the creation of a robust identity, which protects society from the risks to the heritage, reputation and even emotional tranquility of people, has always been present and urgent and countless efforts have been made in the pursuit of this goal. Brazil has taken an extraordinary step in implementing the new model of civil identity, the National Identity Card-CIN, from August 2022, which will be issued in physical and digital format, the result of the work and perseverance of many citizens of government and civil society. But the subject is not exhausted there, it takes a constant observation and debate about the new challenges that arise at all times in this universe. ATID understands the importance of this theme and joins InterID in this timely work for the constant debate and improvement of the theme”, said the executive president of ATID, Francimara Viotti.
The Brazilian Association of Technology and Digital Identity (ATID),
is a national, non-profit and free-to-join entity, with the highest associative representativeness of the digital certification sector, corresponding to 64% of the current emissions volume in ICP-Brazil. It works for Brazilian society, seeking to encourage the development, dissemination of the use of digital identification and certification technologies, in defense of information protection and greater digital inclusion of Brazilian citizens.