ID.me (formerly Troop ID) is an online identity network that enables end users to prove their legal identity and attributes of their identity via a single login in exchange for discounts from brands and access to sensitive personal information from the federal government. ID.me is one of three companies, along with Verizon and Symantec, certified by the federal government to Federal Identity and Credential Access Management (FICAM) Level of Assurance 3, a classification that enables end users to access sensitive personal information, including medical records, from federal agencies through the company's digital credentials.
Awarded a 2.8M, two-year grant in 2013 by the United States Chamber of Commerce to Participate in the President's National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) Honored as The Most Veteran Friendly Small Business in America in 2013 by the US Chamber of Commerce and Spike TV Finalist for Wall Street Journal Startup of the Year in 2013 Named One of Entrepreneur Magazine's 100 Brilliant Companies in 2014 Winner of the Audience Choice Award at Privacy Identity Innovation 2014
Blake Hall is the Co-Founder and CEO of ID.me. He was a featured speaker at the White House Summit on Cybersecurity at Stanford University on February 13, 2015.
Matthew Thompson is the Co-Founder and COO of ID.me. He is a board member for the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group where he represents over sixty identity and attribute providers including Google and PayPal.