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In 2023, new legislation will define the rules for the delivery of digital identity services and this will be a significant theme of this year’s event.
The increasingly regulated environment will help New Zealanders protect their digital identity and establish a framework of trust. New, emerging, established and potentially amended legislation includes:
In particular, the DISTF will assist the development of trusted, people centred digital identity services. It applies to service, tech and information providers who want to provide digital identity services and seek accreditation across five risk categories. This includes identity management, information and data management, security and risk management, privacy requirements and, sharing and facilitation requirements.
Key concepts of the Digital Trust Framework include:
Consent is always required
Personal information will not be held in a centralised database
System is opt-in
Sharing between Government departments remains controlled
Privacy and security standards are build in
Rules incorporate Te Ao Māori perspectives of identity
Identity theft risks are managed
The 2023 Digital Trust Hui Taumata is scheduled for Tuesday 1 August at Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington. The one-day programme features keynote presentations, panel discussions, roundtables and more. The summit provides an opportunity to share insights and develop greater understanding of the foundational elements of a thriving digital trust economy.
The 2023 event follows the successful 2022 Digital Trust Hui Taumata, also held in Wellington. It is the must-attend event for New Zealand’s digital identity and trust ecosystem.
Digital identity has a foundational role in our digital trust economy. Our objective is to unite the digital trust ecosystem for the shared purpose of growing Aotearoa’s digital trust economy for the benefit of all New Zealanders. Read more.
We invite public and private stakeholders to share their insights on building a resilient trust economy for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
The Digital Trust Hui Taumata will showcase
an inclusive and equitable digital Aotearoa
collaborating on growth opportunities for our digital trust economy
digital trust across banking, health and retail sectors.