Commonwealth Bank of Australia in 5-year digital identities deal with IdenTrust

Tuesday 27 October 2009 08:46 CET | News

US identity authentication systems provider IdenTrust has entered a partnership with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) for the provision of high assurance digital identities.

The Commonwealth Bank is the third Australian bank to join the IdenTrust identity scheme and will provide business customers with IdenTrust digital identities to deliver authentication and electronic signature capabilities for customers accessing selected online applications. The Commonwealth Bank has also awarded IdenTrust a five-year contract for the provision of the Certificate Authority hosting services.

The IdenTrust identity scheme allows banks to issue a single digital identity to a customer that can be used with any web-based application, across any network in up to 175 countries around the world. The digital identities are fully interoperable with other banks that are members of the IdenTrust network.

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Keywords: Commonwealth Bank of Australia, IdenTrust identity scheme, digital identities
Categories: Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
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