Have you ever counted how many different usernames and passwords you have? I have several dozens. For almost any Internet service, you need a separate digital identity with your own username and password combination. This leads to a "digital keyring" with many different usernames and passwords. A situation that is not user-friendly and expensive in terms of management costs.
In addition, the low security level of passwords involves a growing number of security issues due to theft or fraud with digital identities. That this can be solved by using more reliable and reusable digital identities is clear. But how to do this is not yet simple and is determined by finding a balance between user-friendliness, security and costs.
I see it as a challenge to advise clients who struggle with this complex matter and to provide concrete solutions to them. With my skills, I am of value to them in solving strategic and technical issues in the field of digital identity, trust and privacy.