(Judy Skatssoon | Governmentnews.au) – Mastercard says it will collaborate with the DTA, which is leading the government’s digital identity program, to expand its digital identity service. The collaboration with the Digital Transformation Agency will involve exploring “how (the) technology could be used to enable more Australians to verify their age and identity digitally”, Mastercard said. Eftpos also says the door is now open for it to work with the DTA after being announced on Monday as the first officially TDIF accredited non-government operator of a digital identity exchange in Australia. Mastercard is seeking accreditation for its identity provider, credential […]

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