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pdf SIA Code of Conduct Popular

Code of Conduct - Secure Identity Alliance - 27 October 2017

Code of Conduct sets out the commitment of Secure Identity Alliance members to highest standards of ethics and excellence in the design and implementation of digital ID systems, the beating heart of Government eServices delivery, upon which sustainable social and economic inclusion is built.

pdf Strong Identity - Strong Borders - A paper by the Secure Identity Alliance - June 2017 Popular

Strong Identity - Strong Borders - A paper by the Secure Identity Alliance - June 2017

Best practice guidance on the development of a cohesive and effective eBorder strategy

Assuring smooth and seamless travel, increasing security, managing human rights and international agreements, and preventing criminal inflows are all crucial elements of any modern strategy. But with widescale population movements now a fact of life for agencies and governments tasked with managing internal and external protection, securing the border is a complex and costly challenge in this ever-changing and increasingly digital world.

This report, Secure Identity, Secure Borders, explores the evolving nature of the border – discussing the technologies, processes and components crucial to developing a fully interconnected eBorder strategy. Illustrated by references and real-world case studies from emerging and mature deployments, the report provides agencies and governments with deep insights and best practices as they plan for the future.

This non-partisan consultative document contains contributions from a range of members of the Secure Identity Alliance and others, and aims to provide guidance that supports both developed and emerging economies in the design and implementation of a cohesive and effective eBorder strategy.

pdf Digital Identity: Towards Shared Principles for Public and Private Sector Cooperation A joint World Bank Group – GSMA – Secure Identity Alliance Discussion Paper - July 2016 Popular

Digital Identity: Towards Shared Principles for Public and Private Sector Cooperation A joint World Bank Group – GSMA – Secure Identity Alliance Discussion Paper - July 2016

The ability to prove one’s identity is increasingly recognized as the basis for participation in social, political, economic, and cultural life. Yet hundreds of millions of people in developing countries lack any form of legally recognized ID. This problem disproportionally impacts rural residents, poor people, women, children, and other vulnerable groups in Africa and Asia. Digital identity, combined with the extensive use of mobile devices in the developing world, offers a transformative solution to this global challenge and provides public and private sector entities with efficient ways to reach the poorest and most disadvantaged. This discussion paper, divided into three parts, explores the connection between digital identity and sustainable development. Part I illustrates how the use of digital identity promotes efficiency gains, financial savings, social inclusion and access to basic services and rights, with examples from countries that have adopted digital identity systems. The paper then outlines some of the key risks and challenges that must be overcome, specifically in the areas of political commitment, data protection and privacy, cost, and sustainable business models. Part II of the paper lays out the digital identity lifecycle and the roles of public and private sector players, and suggests some key considerations in the design of business models. Finally, Part III of the paper suggests some common principles—including universal coverage, appropriate and effective design, and privacy and data protection—and enablers for maximizing the potential of digital identity to contribute to sustainable development.

pdf Consolidation du Registre Civil et Identités Numériques - Mars 16 Popular

Consolidation du Registre Civil et Identités Numériques - Mars 16

Consolidation du Registre Civil et Identités Numériques - Traduction du Rapport - Civil Registry Consolidation Through Digital Identity Management publié en décembre 2015

pdf Civil Registry Consolidation Through Digital Identity Management - December 2015 Popular

Civil Registry Consolidation Through Digital Identity Management - December 2015
With identity a key priority on the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDG 16.9), the report outlines a best practice approach for consolidating civil registries through national electronic identity schemes. The SIA’s ‘Civil Registry Consolidation through Digital Identity Management’ report provides the deep sector insight necessary to support the development of government registration and identity programs across the world - particularly in the developing world where many citizens lack official documentation to prove their identity. For those countries that have implemented an electronic identity program, but whose civil registry is incomplete, the existence of an eID database is a chance to rebuild a comprehensive registration process. When national ID systems and civil registration are not at the same level of development, a circular and dynamic approach between civil registration and eID systems can be used to complete them both. This report should be of particular interest to international organizations and government agencies involved in the establishment or reorganization of civil registration and identity systems across the world.

pdf Nov 15 - Paper - Identity Management 2030 Popular

Nov 15 - Paper - Identity Management 2030

Nov 15 - Paper - Identity Management 2030

pdf 15 04 26 SIA eSAM Presentation Popular

15 04 26 SIA eSAM Presentation

Apr 15 - Presentation - Introducing the eSAM Service

pdf Mobile Identity - Unlocking the Potential of the Digital Economy - October 2014 Popular

Mobile Identity - Unlocking the Potential of the Digital Economy - October 2014
Digital identity is one of today’s key strategic issues for governments, regulators and commercial organizations across the world. In the developed world many citizens are now living and conducting their lives online. They are paying taxes, managing bank accounts, buying goods and services and engaging with friends on social networks. But as the number of digital identities grows, so do the risks of identity theft and associated fraud. The challenge for all those involved in defining policy and delivering services is to ensure citizens are adequately protected online. In the developing world many digital initiatives focus on establishing social security infrastructures to address poverty, protect vulnerable groups, and deliver effective and inclusive health and social care services. Even here, success depends on the need to prove identity.

Whether government’s are seeking to protect citizens online, boost economic growth, reduce the spiraling costs of public services or extend social care initiatives, the platform must be a trusted digital environment.

This requires the development of innovative identity management solutions that extend beyond user name and password to offer greater privacy and protection, more choice and convenient access to services wherever citizens are and whenever they need them.

Mobile identity represents a powerful platform through which to achieve these aims.

This paper offers a perspective from the GSMA and the Secure Identity Alliance (SIA) on the opportunities presented by mobile identity in support of governments as they unlock the potential of the digital economy; by driving trust and confidence in the adoption and use of innovative content and services.

pdf 14 06 17 SIA eID social protection sdw2014 Popular

14 06 17 SIA eID social protection sdw2014

Jun 2014 - Paper - How eID is helping secure social protection and unlocking a sustainable, empowered future for communities around the globe

pdf Estonia Visit Report - June 2014 Popular

Estonia Visit Report - June 2014
Visit Report - eServices in Estonia: a success story

pdf 14 03 19 SIAEGovReport Popular

14 03 19 SIAEGovReport

Mar 2014 - Report - Enabling the eGovernment 2020 Vision: the Role of Trusted Digital Identity

pdf 13 11 19 SIA eGov Study Popular

13 11 19 SIA eGov Study

Nov 2013 - Research - eGovernment services would yield up to $50 bn annual savings for Governments globally by 2020 - jointly conducted with The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

pdf 13 05 21 SIAPresAtSDW2013 FINAL Popular

13 05 21 SIAPresAtSDW2013 FINAL

May 2013: Presentation @ SDW 2013 - Accelerating the creation and deployment of eGovernment services by ensuring citzen's privacy, security, convenience and trust

pdf 130422 Secure Identity Alliance Article Final Popular

130422 Secure Identity Alliance Article Final

May 2013 - Paper - The case for Government-managed Digital Identities

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