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CEN/TS 17489-1

Personal identification - Secure and interoperable European Breeder Documents - Part 1: Framework overview

active, Most Current
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 August 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 18
ICS Code (Identification cards. Chip cards. Biometrics): 35.240.15
scope:

This document provides an overview of a framework on breeder documents. It introduces the document structure of CEN/TS 17489 (all parts) that specifies how citizens retain the control of breeder document data and how they can use them to support identity proofing and verification. Moreover, the framework provides methodologies to assess and increase the level of trust in breeder documents.

This framework specifies methods for:

- defining physical and logical/digital representations of a secure breeder document (hardware based, paper-based, server-based),

- securing breeder document processes,

- linking the document to its legitimate holder.

The following types of breeder documents are in the scope of the framework:

- birth certificates,

- marriage and partnership certificates,

- death certificates.

The following breeder documents management processes including first-time application, later-in-life registration of an identity, and content update (e.g. name-changing) are in the scope of this framework:

- registration,

- issuance,

- renewal,

- inspection/verification,

- revocation.

The specification of policies is out of scope.

Document History

CEN/TS 17489-1
August 1, 2020
Personal identification - Secure and interoperable European Breeder Documents - Part 1: Framework overview
This document provides an overview of a framework on breeder documents. It introduces the document structure of CEN/TS 17489 (all parts) that specifies how citizens retain the control of breeder...

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