A practical guide to Digital Identity

14 September 2021 at 10:00am

Digital ID is now an established part of how consumers and firms confirm their identity. With the Government recently launching in 2021 its Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework to further promote the use of digital identities in the UK, there has never been a better time to learn about the legal and technological underpinning for Digital ID and verification. 

This interactive online course will provide attendees with an understanding of the key aspects of digital identity within the home buying and selling process and mortgage lending, the principles of using a variety of data attribute to confirm someone's identity, Government and legal standards and the backdrop for the Government’s Trust Framework. 

Items to be covered will include:

  • Background to Digital ID in the UK
  • What is a digital identity?
  • Identity standards, Government and legal guidance (GPG45 and Anti-Money Laundering)
  • The digital identity trust scheme for home buying & selling
  • Current Government proposals and principles of interoperability
  • What to look for in ID providers

Who should attend?
This course will be of particular interest to those managing or providing governance for fraud and risk, savings and mortgage product managers, those working in compliance and anyone designing online and in-branch customer journeys.

"A helpful session which gave me information to pass on to other areas of the business for further consideration."

(Delegate feedback from our May 2021 online course)

Timings:
10:00 - 12:00 (including a short comfort break)

Cost:
£250 (VAT exempt) - BSA Members/Associates
£375 (VAT exempt) - Non-members
Online payment by credit card only.

Register:
Registration is via the online form.


Course trainers:

Stuart Young is MD of Etive Technologies, a digital identity and property data technology company who have been working in identity since 2014, with Gov.uk/Verify. Etive worked with the Government Digital Service, Tower Hamlets Council, Hackney Council, Birmingham City Council, Open Identity Exchange (OIX) and the DWP on identity verification for thin file customers. Etive are managing the development of the digital identity Scheme for the home buying and selling process with Government.

Ian Imeson is an independent consultant and expert in the development and implementation of Digital Identity solutions. Ian completed a research white paper in 2020 into digital identity and the home buying and selling transaction. Ian was part of the Government Digital Service that developed Gov.uk/Verify and went on to design and develop the identity assurance solution that supported the Royal Mail and GBG offerings on Verify.

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