Reduce the risk of fraud and increase sales

Digitization, security and customer orientation: thanks to AUTHADA, this is the path to growth, with no need to prioritize! Enable your customers to identify themselves quickly, reliably and without media discontinuity, and prevent fraud from occurring. Process-optimizing, sustainable and, of course, legally compliant.

Designelement Ecke angeschnitten

Trusted by

Optimize your processes! Create new possibilities!

More growth

  • Make your services available 24/7.
  • Be reachable from anywhere.
  • Stop losing money due to incorrect orders.

More efficiency

  • Provide customer-centric shopping experiences without media discontinuity.
  • Use the available resources only for your verified customers.

More security

  • Have the authenticity of ID documents reliably verified.
  • Reduce fraud rates in your company.
  • Ensure data protection.

The solutions for your processes

Interested? Questions?

We are looking forward to your message or a non-binding consultation with you! We would be glad to talk with you individually about your company, your processes and the individualisation options of our solutions.

Regulatory requirements

At AUTHADA we guarantee the highest level of security and protection for your customers’ data. AUTHADA’s solutions are compatible with numerous regulations and laws and in some cases exceed the legal requirements for security and data protection.

An GwG-compliant identification can be implemented with the help of electronic proof of identity (Section 18 of the German Identity Card Act) and the electronic residence permit (Section 78 (5) of the German Residence Act), in accordance with Section 12 (1) sentence 1 No. 2 GwG. The obligations to preserve records resulting from this identification procedure (as per Section 8 (2) sentence 5) require the “service and card-specific marking”, which we provide with the data for identification.

According to Section 18 and Section 18a of the PAuswG (Section 78 (5) of the AufenthG for residence permits and Section 12 of the eIDKG for eID cards for Union citizens), reading the electronic proof of identity (eID) is a reliable process for reading ID card data online and on site. Before the data is read out, it is verified whether the person presenting the eID card is the cardholder. Before the data is read out, it is checked whether the person presenting the ID document is also the cardholder. In the case of on-site reading, this is done by a employee on site; in the case of online identification, it is done with the help of the personal ID PIN.

The eIDAS Regulation regulates electronic identification and electronic trust services all over Europe. The German eID has already been successfully notified and will be able to be used for identification in the EU in the future. The implementation of the eIDAS Regulation is outlined in the Trust Service Act (VDG). Moreover, as per eIDAS, a remote signature can be initiated via the German eID.

Our customer projects: AUTHADA solutions in the eCommerce sector

  • In addition to video authentication, customers of this large banking institute can also identify themselves independently with AUTHADA ident using their ID card and the NFC interface. This is in line with the consumer behaviour of our digital age, in which customers are used to performing their transactions independently.

  • Instead of almost 10 work steps, AUTHADA onsite means only a few steps are required at this large bank.​ Thanks to AUTHADA onsite, employees can now identify their customers at the POS in less than half the usual time. Reliable, legally compliant, GwG-compliant and digital, leaving more time for advising the customer. 

  • The eCommerce company was enthusiastic about AUTHADA from the very beginning: "When we heard about AUTHADA ident for the first time, we were immediately positively surprised!" Thanks to ident, the company has been able to optimise processes, reduce fraud, increase their turnover and deliver their orders to customers reliably.

Interested? Questions?

Write us or arrange a non-binding consultation.