Smart-ID has acquired local qualified status for authentication


From a practical point of view, obtaining the status means that in the future it will be possible to authenticate with Smart-ID to receive public sector services, for example, to authenticate on state administration portals such as latvija.lv, when the tool will be integrated into the relevant website or e-service. Smart-ID developer SK ID Solutions will offer the solution to state institutions free of charge.

To ensure that the most up-to-date information and data on the users of the tool and their accounts are available in Smart-ID systems, Smart-ID has also completed the integration process with the Population Register of the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs. As a result, the developers of the solution will always have access to the most up-to-date information about users, including, for example, whether the user is active, or there have been no changes in personal information (change of name, surname), etc., making the overall information exchange process more effective.

“We are fully committed to expanding our services in Latvia, where Smart-ID has already gained the trust of over a million users. In March, Smart-ID users in the Baltic states made a record-breaking number of transactions – 85 million transactions, which is the highest number of transactions since the solution was introduced. The current volume of transactions and the growing number of users confirm the importance of digital identity in the Baltic states, so we are pleased that in the future Smart-ID will be available not only for the private sector, but also for receiving public administration services. It is also important to note that with the acquisition of this status, we will also play an important role in digital service risk management, providing several reliability solution alternatives in the field of e-services,” says Sanita Meijere, head of SK ID Solutions Latvia.