Publications on Identity Assurance
IAAC's Identity Assurance Concluding Report IAAC concluded its work on Identity Assurance with the release of this landmark report in September 2009. IAAC identified the most important barriers that still stood in the way of the UK making further progress on developing trusted identities, and developed comprehensive recommendations for the key actions that needed to be taken forward.
Report from the 5th March 2008 workshop - In this workshop, IAAC explored the topic of Citizen Control. Some people will need a higher level of personal control over the way their identities are handled than others. Citizen Control provides that, allowing citizens to take additional precautions when they feel that is needed to ensure their safety and security. This is central to building the citizen's confidence in national identity infrastructures.
Report from the 4th April 2008 workshop - In this workshop, IAAC developed an architecture for a digital identity governance framework suitable for national identity infrastructures. The purpose of such a governance framework is to protect the interests of all participants in proper balance. It covers the protections put in place for the normal operation of identity infrastructures, plus the protections needed for those situations where meeting the interests of some participants potentially puts at risk the legitimate interests of individual identity subjects.