Identity Proofing Use Case
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Use Case Description
Identity Proofing is the process by which a Credential Service Provider (CSP) and a Registration Authority (RA) collect and verify information about a person for the purpose of issuing credentials to that person. This verification can be in-person or remote.
- Credential Service Provider.
- Registration Authority.
- Applicant (user).
- There is verifiable information about Applicant that Registration Authority can validate.
- Registration Authority has access to authoritative sources of attribute verification.
- Applicant presents an identity claim to the Registration Authority. This identity claim consists of a set of attributes that Applicant asserts belong to them. These attributes can include legal name, date of birth, address of record, etc. During in person identity proofing, evidence can consist of documents that support the identity claim. During remote identity proofing, evidence is supplied by the applicant to substantiate that the claimed identity belongs to the Applicant.
- Registration Authority validates the claimed identity by checking the attribute claims against authoritative sources of attribute information.
Identity Proofing completes successfully when the Registration Authority accepts or rejects the applicant’s identity claim.
- Applicant does not have address of record.
- Applicant cannot supply verifiable attributes.
- Registration Authority’s verification processes fails.