ID-fraud mitigation - A proposal of an EoI evaluation system operationalizing common objectives in ID proofing
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ID fraud is a serious problem around the world which can result in crimes like economic fraud, human trafficking and terrorism. Many Norwegian organizations has pointed out challenges in performing ID control. This work shows that there are gaps between secure ID proofing and verification systems - and the way EoI is evaluated in Norway today. A national framework for ID proofing and verification has also been requested by Norwegian ID stakeholders. Internationally, there are already several guides and standards available for organizations on ID proofing and verification routines. However, complexity and variation among them can make them hard to interpret and understand, especially by smaller organizations performing ID control. This report proposes an EoI evaluation system operationalizing requirements to EoI in ID proofing and verification processes. The proposed system can be used to assign different EoI appropriate EoI values, allowing combined EoI to be mapped to functional EoI levels. The suggested system is designed to be included in a computer application, allowing easy use by front-desk officers.