UNIFY supports Government review of identity management

A new Australian Government review will examine better ways to protect and handle identity information. With identity crime costing Australia over $2 billion annually, the effective management of identity data and documents is key to providing secure and trusted services to citizens and allowing citizens to interact with business in a trusted way.

A new Australian Government review will examine better ways to protect and handle identity information. With identity crime costing Australia over $2 billion annually, the effective management of identity data and documents is key to providing secure and trusted services to citizens and allowing citizens to interact with business in a trusted way.

As a specialist security company advising Governments across the APAC region on citizen access solutions with critical security and digital identity components, UNIFY Solutions supports and encourages any initiatives that reduce the incidence of identity-related crime while preserving the privacy of citizen identity data. 

UNIFY is currently guiding the Digital Initiatives of several agencies and departments across our region, and closely watching the range of initiatives emerging from agencies such as the Department of Digital Transformation (DTA), the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) and the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA).

UNIFY looks forward to submitting comments to the review.