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It is a key element in Denmark’s digital infrastructure, but it is getting old and outdated. Therefore the Danish Agency for Digitisation (Digitaliseringsstyrelsen) has initiated a project to replace it with MitID, which will be more flexible and secure. MitID will be in production in mid 2021, and NemID will be phased out in the beginning of 2022.
The service providers have to use a digital identity broker. Broker services will be offered in a competitive market, meaning that any company currently using NemID to onboard customers or authenticate users will be able to purchase digital identity services from a vendor of their choice. The digital identity brokers will need to go through a certification by the Danish Agency for Digitisation, and this process is expected to begin during Q4 in 2019.
The broker role is so to speak part of Signicat’s DNA, and Signicat is in the process of building MitID solutions for existing and new customers. Signicat already helps a large number of Danish companies with their identity verification, authentication and electronic signing needs. To the broker role we will in addition to MitID bring our robust identity platform, which is enabled by our integration of 25 different eID solutions from more than 10 European countries, and our versatile signing service.
MitID will be in production in mid 2021, and NemID will be phased out in the beginning of 2022.
Signicat has a long track record serving as a digital identity broker, and we are pre-qualified as MitID broker.
Integrates 25+ eIDs and serves 800 customers with identity services across Europe
The contract with the existing supplier, Nets DanID, expires. This means that, according to the udbudsloven, Digitaliseringsstyrelsen is obliged to submit the solution in tender. This is also an opportunity to upgrade the somewhat old and outdated NemID with a more user friendly and modernsolution.
Behind MitID are the Danish banks and the public sector (Digitaliseringsstyrelsen), who have joined forces in a partnership to develop MitID and make the solution available in the Danish market.
Wherever you currently use you NemID to log on or sign, MitID will replace NemID. You just have to get used to new ways to log in, but for a user, the change will in no way be difficult. Brokers will be able to provide add on functionality on top of the standard MitID method which also improves the user experience.