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​Become a broker for the national eID scheme in your country.

Using a broker is the simplest and fastest way for service providers to integrate electronic digital identities (eIDs) in their application.

You reduce maintenance, operational and compliance costs for local service providers, and handle all the compliance complexities related to the eID.

Nets’ eID scheme is flexible, modular and scalable

Our solution is based on long term, in-depth understanding of planning, developing, building and running national secure and stable eID schemes.

We seek to protect the end-user’s privacy by honouring the principles of minimal information disclosure and GDPR requirements.

The solution has a high level of modularity and flexibility, based on architecture that makes it easy for you to implement user-friendly and secure authentication flows.

It is simple to extend the solution with more functionality in the future, including more partial component to suit specific needs.

eID Broker

A broker is a link between the vendor of the eID solution and the service providers. Service providers are companies that want to use the eID solution for identification, authentication and/or signing. The service provider must enter an agreement with a broker, and this could be you.

One of the main benefits for service providers to use a broker is that they themselves do not have to develop an eID backend. You as a broker is the one responsible for development, operation and maintenance of the eID solution.

Secondly the eID solutions will be more secure when only you or a few brokers are connected to the digital infrastructure.

Benefits you can offer service providers:

- One point of integration

- Handling all the compliance complexities related to the eIDs

- Reduced maintenance, operational and compliance costs

Do you need to be compliant to the European regulations PSD2 or eIDAS?

Revised Payment Service Directive 2

Banks in Europe must be PSD2 compliant. The key objectives of the PSD2 directive is to create a more integrated European payments market, harmonizing legal framework for consumer protection and the rights by making payments more safe and secure.

The regulation called PSD2 RTS COMMISSION DELEGRATED REGULATION (EU) 2018/389 of 27 November 2017 which is supplementing Directive (EU) 2015/2366 of the European Parliament and of the Council with regards to regulatory technical standards for Strong Customer Authentication and common and secure open standards of communication.

PSD2 seeks to improve consumer protection, make payments safer and more secure, and is a regulatory of technical standards for strong customer authentication and common and secure open standards of communication, including all electronic transactions (i.e., card and bank transfers) initiated by a payer (i.e., consumer).

Nets' eID solution is developed with two separate authentication flows. For the solution to be PSD2 compliant you may not disclose, which of the user credentials is not correct. This security measure challenges the user experience and can be switched off when the authentication flow does not have to be PSD2 compliant.

Electronic identification and trust services

Governments in Europe using services to verify the identity of individuals and businesses online or the authenticity of electronic documents must be eIDAS compliant.

Services should support different levels of assurance, and users identified with two-factor authentication.

The regulation is meant to support the use of authentication and signatures across European borders, and national eIDs can be used to log in to a service in other countries. The national eID can be registered in the common pool of national eID, so it is accepted on an equal footing with the rest of the EU.

Accepting common levels of security creates trust across countries, and if an authentication nationally is at the level "high", then the rest of the countries in EU can trust it.