Payment provider Mastercard is seeking to become a trusted digital identity provider and, to this end, has applied for accreditation under the Australian Government's Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
eftpos's connectID digital identity business has been accredited as a digital identity exchange under the government's Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
ID verification startup OCR Labs has been accredited through the Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF). With the accreditation, customers who are using the company’s identity service in the private sector can trust that their identity information can be verified, and is protected.
The Digital Transformation Agency's digital ID program has been described as insecure and unfit for purpose by security researchers who last year found vulnerabilities in the government's COVIDSafe app.
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