Beyond Reasonable Doubt
Our online identity can be a collection of many varied attributes (PPID) which is determined by the context of the individual person – relevant attributes and attestations. A person’s affiliation such as employment, for example, also changes over time, for which any associated electronic signature would require revocation at the end of an employment period. A new employment context or promotion to a new role can determine another collection of attributes and attestations which are not always the same attributes, as a person moves from one context to another. In other words the nature of online identity is much more dynamic than it is static. Identity Processors need to consider this dynamic in terms of reliable, timely lifecycle management. Identity Controllers are also keen to manage risk and limit periods of liability by keeping the active lifetime of our PPID and / or electronic signature (digital certificate) to the minimum necessary.
Further and as previously referred to in the Identity Owner section, we have for example, individual rights to rectification (GDPR) if our PPID is inaccurate or incomplete and indeed if there is no compelling reason to store or continue processing our PPID, then we have a right to erasure (the PPID is no longer necessary for the original purpose it was collected). Whilst these rights are not absolute, they do nonetheless, also present requirements for timely lifecycle management of our PPID. The EU’s GDPR has imposed lifecycle management of PPID.
This is a process issue and an important one that is too often overlooked – liability periods.
|Personal Data Autonomy|
|HRH the Duke of York, Prince Andrew visits Objectsoft – March 2006|
|Dr James Martin meets Objectsoft's founder – July 2005, London|
|The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown visits Objectsoft – April 2005|
|Stephen Mason - Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review|
|Leading law firm Wragge & Co working with Objectsoft – June 2002|
|Lord Sainsbury, Minister for Science and Innovation visits Objectsoft – April 2002|
|1. Brexit affect|
|2. Why e-ntitle.®|
|4. Technology Agnostic|
|5. Effortless Registration|
|6. GDPR and ePD|
|Contract for the Web|
|Danger & Rectification|
|Financial Technology (FinTech)|
|KuppingerCole KYC Paper|
|Features & Benefits|