Financial services provider Mastercard has earned one of three accreditations under Australia’s Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF). The accreditation is a major step by the company which aims to be a TDIF accredited identity provider, exchange, and credential provider.
The move is part of a big push to implement digital IDs.
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The announcement was made by Mastercard’s VP of digital identity Matt Bourne via LinkedIn.
“We are thrilled to share that we have now successfully secured the first of three roles we applied for, with our accreditation as an identity exchange being confirmed earlier this month.”
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