It is important to increase public awareness of possibilities and potential risks involved, as well as understanding of the legal consequences of digital identifications.
Understanding the possibilities that digital identification creates encourages people to use them.
The legal framework of eID can be divided into a number of steps. Furthermore, the number of steps might increase over time as the system grows and becomes more complex. But initially there are four main steps:
- Regulation of physical identity management on what eID will be based on;
- Defining eID issuance, revocation process, roles and responsibilities;
- Framework that ensures virtual proceedings shall be equal to physical;
- Setting eID as vital part of the state ecosystem.