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Establishing a Trusted Interoperable Digital Identity Ecosystem in the UK October 2019

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: A critical element in any functioning ecosystem is trust – whether that be the trust that needs to be established between multiple organisations in order for them to send, receive and utilise data, or the trust needed for an individual to choose to share their data with an organisation and [...]

Scottish Government Digital Identity in Scotland Programme – Sitekit Proof of Concept

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The Scottish Government Digital Identity Scotland Programme Board has the remit to deliver: “A robust, secure and trustworthy mechanism by which an individual member of the public can demonstrate their identity online” In support of this aim, Scottish Government engaged a number of partners to deliver PoC (Proof of Concept) [...]

Digital Identity Provision in Scotland White Paper

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The Scottish Government is seeking to develop a common approach to digital identity, that will enable individuals to access the public services in Scotland that they need to. This however is a complex and multi-faceted problem. Both individuals and relying parties have a wide range of needs. Finding an approach [...]

Exploring Interoperability Between GPG45 and JMLSG Guidance White Paper May 2019

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The objective of this project was to identify the degree of interoperability between the Government’s Good Practice Guide 45: Identity Proofing and Verification of an Individual (GPG45) and the Joint Money Laundering Steering Group (JMLSG) Guidance Notes, and to identify any requirements to create an interoperable framework. GPG45 provides the [...]