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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 [...]

Connecting Europe Facility: Opening a bank account across borders (CEF)

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The objective of this project is to illustrate how a verified digital identity can be used to improve the current sometimes cumbersome, paper based, time consuming processes that EU citizens have to engage with to open bank accounts in another EU country. This process currently is a barrier to both [...]

Using Gov.UK Verify for Local Authority Multi Service Portals (Alpha Project)

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Federated identity is a powerful mechanism for increasing customer convenience, enhancing organisational efficiency and transforming the way online services are delivered. In the UK there is currently only one federated identity solution that offers highly assured customer identities backed up by clear, agreed standards. That solution is GOV.UK Verify. The [...]

Self Certification and Mandatory Assessment Regimes – A Parallel Review

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This OIX White Paper, in partnership with tScheme, explores the features of two different certification regimes in the context of Open Banking and GOV.UK Verify. Open Banking has adopted a self assessment approach whilst GOV.UK Verify has prescribed the use of mandatory independent assessments. It is intended that the [...]