Index of documents supporting the Grant of Approval to Experian Ltd’s ID Safe Service.

  1. What the tScheme Approved Service Mark signifies.
  2. Approved Service - Service Description
  3. Approval Profiles used in the assessment:
    Base Approval Profile tSd0111 3.00
    Profile for Identity Registration tSd0108 2.06
    Profile for an Identity Provider tSd0112 1.00
    Profile for Credential Management tSd0113 1.00

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What the tScheme Approved Service Mark signifies

When a trust service carries the tScheme Mark, you can be secure in the knowledge that:

For each service, tScheme approval is regularly reviewed and may be withdrawn.

This Grant of Approval does not affirm or endorse any claims of conformance to standards or adherence to guidelines not explicitly listed as forming part of the service assessment.


Approved Service - Service Description

The subject service of this Grant of Approval is the IDaaS Service from Experian Limited.

The Government Digital Service, (GDS), is providing a Hub Identity Assurance service that can enables citizens using government services on line to select a chosen Identity provider from a pool of service providers maintained in a GDS hub. This service will provide Experian’s Identity as a Service, (IdaaS) solution for use in the GDS Hub.

Experian are providing the following services via the Hub for citizens utilising electronic government processes that require identity assurance in accordance with ‘Validating and Verifying the Identity of an Individual in Support of HMG Online Services’ (GPG45), this service issues credentials to customers that at least meet the requirements for Personal Registration at LoA 2.

For further details, see the Public Service Description from the Experian Limited.


The tScheme Code of Conduct

Participants in the electronic trust services industry strive: