Enroll Your People
Your Vital Records Department is here to serve you and your organization by facilitating the issuance of reliable identity credentials through its licensed enrollment agencies and commissioned Attestation Officers. Once issued, all of our credentials may be asserted at any online facility, site, or application that accepts FIDO, OpenID, I-Name or various other identity assertion methods. The Sigillum™ Certification Authority provides OCSP, CRL and OIQP facilities to enable relying parties to verify the certificate's validity and its level of Identity Quality.
Digital Birth Certificate™ Enrollments
The Digital Birth Certificate™ procedure is performed by a public official of the jurisdiction where the enrollment is performed. The public official can be an Attestation Officer, a Notary Signing Agent in the U.S., a Latin Notary in Latin Law jurisdictions, or a Scrivener Notary, Solicitor or the equivalent in other jurisdictions, or a consular official.
In the Digital Birth Certificate™ procedure the officiant administers an oath and seals an affidavit, placing the subject under penalty of perjury. In most cases the oath recital is captured on video, providing a facial image and voice for the enrollment record.
A special, cost-effective category of Digital Birth Certificate™ procedure performed by e-Notaries commissioned by the U.S. state of Virginia may be performed remotely over a video connection. The subject may be anywhere in the world.
While face-to-face Digital Birth Certificate™ enrollment procedures are the most costly, the cost per enrollment can be significantly reduced if many enrollments are scheduled in succession at one location.
Using Knowledge-Based Authentication techniques, callbacks, e-mail and SMS verification and other methods, the ReliableID enrollment procedures can produce cost-effective identity credentials in situations where the legal and biometric assurances of a Digital Birth Certificate™ enrollment are not required.
For some relying party applications a simple assertion of identity, rather than assertion and attestation, is sufficient.
In Osmio and its administrative domains, a Death Certificate consists of an Sigillum™ Foundational Certificate or other Sigillum™ digital identity certificate plus a certification by an Attestation Officer that he or she has been presented with satisfactory evidence that the subject is deceased (normally a paper death certificate), an attestation that the keys of the deceased and any enrollment records were conveyed to an heir, who is identified on the Death Certificate, and a listing of any non-escrowed encrypted keys or enrollment records for which decryption keys do not exist.
Object Certificates and Attribute Certificates
All certifications made by the City of Osmio start with identity certificates, that is, certificates that identify an individual person. However, departments of the City of Osmio other than this Vital Records Deparment do issue object certificates and attribute certificates. Examples of object certificate or attribute certificate that attest to the properties of entities or attributes other than human beings include Professional Licenses and Occupancy Permits.
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