Digital Identity Services Trust Framework
The Digital Identity Services Trust Framework will establish rules to protect the privacy and security of people’s information when it is shared within the trusted environment. The framework will not be compulsory, and will prioritise user permission for all actions.
Key concepts of the Trust Framework
Read an overview of what the Trust Framework will and will not allow. This information addresses frequently asked questions and clarifies some misconceptions.
Creating a legal framework
Find out about the Digital Identity Services Trust Framework — its progress through parliament, the aims of the Bill and the draft rules.
Trust Framework principles
Eight Digital Identity Services Trust Framework principles have evolved through extensive research and discussion with individuals, and public and private organisations who will operate within the New Zealand digital identity system.