To complete the on-boarding process, a participant:
- accepts the terms and conditions in the Consumer Data Right Registrar’s (the Registrar) Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Subscriber and Relying Party Agreements that govern the use of the digital certificates. The digital certificates are an important part of the PKI, which is used to ensure the security, integrity and stability of the Consumer Data Right Register (the Register) and enable functional operation in the Consumer Data Right Conformance Test Suite (the Conformance Test Suite) and the Consumer Data Right ecosystem (the ecosystem)
- accepts the Consumer Data Right Trade Mark Licence Agreement to enable use of the Consumer Data Right logo (the logo)
- undertakes successful completion of testing activities, including completing the Conformance Test Suite. A separate enrolment process exists and test certificates are issued as a part of this
- updates all requested technical details for their production environment and the issue of production certificates
- where all necessary agreements have been signed, receives a production certificate and the logo from the ACCC.
Where a participant has met all of the above requirements, they will be marked ‘active’ on the Register by the Registrar.
More information will be published in the Consumer Data Right On-boarding Guide (due for publication in October 2020), which will include a detailed description of the legal and technical requirements that form the on-boarding process and testing approach.