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Digital authentication services: signature of an agreement between the DGSN and the CDG for the reinforcement of achievements

The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) and the Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion (CDG) have signed an agreement for the operation of the “National Trusted Third Party” platform, based on the national card of electronic identity, set up by the DGSN for the benefit of national organizations for authentication linked to online services.

Signed by the Director General of the DGSN, Mr. Abdellatif Hammouchi, and the Director General of CDG, Mr. Khalid Safir, the agreement aims primarily to protect the beneficiaries of the digital services of CDG Prévoyance, the Provident Branch of the Caisse of Deposit and Management, within the digital ecosystem by strengthening authentication and identification measures, said a statement from CDG on Monday.

Indeed, the use of the “National trusted third party” platform, based on the national electronic identity card, which allows an identification and authentication service for CDG Prévoyance affiliates and beneficiaries, aims to ensure, between others, the simplification of the path for service users, in particular for beneficiaries in remote regions, the reliability of customer data and the dematerialization of services that require strong authentication.

This new agreement, which reinforces the solid partnership between the Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion and the General Directorate of National Security, has made it possible to make CDG Prévoyance’s digital services more efficient for the benefit of Affiliates and Beneficiaries of the CNRA and the RCAR, emphasizes the same note.

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