Identification Management Standards
The identification management standards work together to help prevent identify theft, fraud and loss of privacy.
The New Zealand Identification Management Standards work together to provide assurance that an organisation has the right information about the right entities, helping minimise the risk of identity fraud.
Read about which standards to use when carrying out identification processes.
This standard provides specific information management controls to ensure information collected is suitable for accurate decisions to be made regarding the eligibility or capability of an Entity.
This standard provides specific controls for ensuring an entity is appropriately bound to their entity information and to an authenticator in order to prevent identity theft.
This standard provides the controls used to ensure that 1 or more authenticators are still possessed and solely controlled by the authorised holder.
This standard provides additional controls for parties that provide credentials on which others rely.
Standards to be superseded by the new identification management standards.
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Page last updated:
16 November 2020