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Approved Services

Approved Services

These are the services which are currently approved by tScheme (Listed in order of initial Grant of Approval). Use the 'More' links to find detailed approval information for each service.

Service Provider Service Name Date Initially Approved Last Renewed Date

Certificate Factory

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8 March 2002 March 2019
BT

Managed PKI Security

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27 May 2002 May 2019
NHS Digital

Root CA for NHS PKI

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29 November 20071 May 2019
Registers of Scotland

ARTL

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12 May 2008 June 2016
Home Office

Police service Root CA

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25 February 2011 December 2017
Home Office

Police service IAM Central Services CA

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25 February 2011 December 2017
Metropolitan Police

Enterprise PKI

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14 December 2012 March 2018
Experian

IDaaS

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21 October 2014 February 2019
Digidentity

Identity Provider service for Verify

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30 April 2015 May 2019
Barclays

Barclays Identity service

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30 June 2016 Pending 2

 

Exostar

Digital Certificate Service

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30 June 2016 Pending
Data Communications Company

SMKI — Device Certification Authority service

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9 August 2016 August 2018
Data Communications Company

Infrastructure Key Infrastructure Certification Authority service

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9 August 2016 August 2018
Data Communications Company

SMKI — Organisation Certification Authority service

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9 August 2016 August 2018
Verizon

Identity Proofing and Identity Broker Service

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10 October 2016 December 2017
Idemia SecureIdentity service

SecureIdentity service

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20 October 2016 December 2018

1 Annual audits now aligned to outsourced service from BT in May.

2 Delays due to Assessor (KPMG) being newly engaged as financial auditor for Barclays leading to additional risks of conflict of interest needing to be mitigated.

What the tScheme Approved Service Mark signifies

When a trust service carries the tScheme Mark, you can be secure in the knowledge that:

  • the service has been thoroughly evaluated against rigorous criteria by independent experts;
  • the service provider has agreed to keep to these criteria;
  • the service provider subscribes to the tScheme Code of Conduct;
  • the service provider has agreed to act promptly and fairly to remedy faults.

For each service, tScheme approval is regularly reviewed and may be withdrawn.

This Grant of Approval does not affirm or endorse any claims of conformance to standards or adherence to guidelines not explicitly listed as forming part of the service assessment.

The tScheme Code of Conduct

Participants in the electronic trust services industry strive:

  • to act in an honest, fair, reasonable and trustworthy manner;
  • not to bring electronic trust services into disrepute;
  • to provide clear information about what each electronic trust service provides, including limitations and exclusions, to those who rely on that service;
  • to meet service commitments and obligations;
  • to be proactive in identifying and correcting faults and deficiencies in electronic trust services;
  • to operate in accordance with appropriate standards;
  • to act promptly in resolving complaints relating to electronic trust services.

Using the tScheme mark

The tScheme mark lets users know that your service offers the highest levels of trust.

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Why tScheme approval?

It’s the mark which says your service meets the highest standards of trust.

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Our members

We’re a member-led not-for-profit organisation.

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