Room reacts critically on the government’s plans for Digital successor eID
The Second Room is unhappy about the way in which the government of the eID system, the intended successor to DigiD, wants to enter.
During a consultation in the Second Room kreegt minister Plasterk (Internal Affairs) Thursday criticised a lot. VVD Member of parliament Ingrid de Caluwé said that the government “pressure builds up to the eID-house, but the foundation is missing”.
The intention is that the inlogmiddel DigiD is replaced by a broader eID system, in cooperation with the business community is founded. We are working on different inlogmiddelen that both in the government and in corporations useful.
With the inlogmethodes all the tests carried out, but in the meantime it is still missing the “uniform set of requirements,” where all funds need to comply with. Also still working on a bill that the introduction of the eID.
SP Mp Ronald van Raak said to be concerned that now a system is being built that ultimately is not in the taste will fall in the Room. “The idea that we pilots, means will work out, and then a foundation is going to build, that seems to me not a good idea.”
How does the eID system, the successor to DigiD?
Several Mps pointed to critical reports about the eID plan, including of the General Court. Labour Mp Astrid Oosenbrug called the minister on better to focus on the privacy concerns of the Authority Personal data earlier this week expressed about the eID-scheme.
In turn, said Plasterk that the Room of plan left for the eID-scheme in the next two years, gradually rolling out. In 2018 should be a overheidsinlogmethode with the highest possible level of security available.
Citizens need than the government can login via the chip in a eRijbewijs or id card, with corresponding pin code. This safer inlogmethode must also be able to ensure that the government and make more data digitally available.
Plasterk wants for the end of the year the conditions for eID providers, the bill and a financial explanation about the system to the public.