The Korea Internet and Security Agency or KISAwill be South Korea’s first public institution Implementing an employee identification system using a smartphone application from October on.
According to Yonhap The agency will also issue tokens called “KISA Coin” to reward the best KISA employees and allow them to purchase snacks, beverages and even office supplies. It is currently being tested on an experimental basis with the expectation to make it available to all employees.
With the new employee identification system, KISA employees can use near field communication technology (NFC) by scanning QR codes Access to their respective workstations via a blockchain platform that manages the database.
However, the new system is not limited to authentication of identification, since Employees should use it to access agency cafeterias or borrow books from the library.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the desire to implement contactless solutions between their work processes are some of the reasons that explain the implementation of this solution.
Local media also report this KISA plans to roll out the blockchain employee identification system first in October at Naju headquarters and then by the end of the year in the offices in Seoul and Pangyo..
Kim Seok-hwan, President of the Korea Internet and Security Agency, commented on the new system:
“I hope that the first-time adoption of mobile identification of DID employees in public facilities will not only improve employee comfort and safety, but will also serve as a welcome point for the discovery of remote identity authentication services. In relation to related local organizations” .
In other recent developments in blockchain adoption across the country Daegu, South Korea’s fourth largest city, recently announced plans to devote more than $ 6 million to blockchain and artificial intelligence education..
A million South Koreans have given up their physical driver’s license in favor of a blockchain-based digital alternative is used in conjunction with the PASS smartphone app.
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