iSHARE is a collaborative effort to improve conditions for data-sharing for organisations aiming to collaborate in a data space. The functional scope of the iSHARE Scheme focuses on topics of identification, authentication and authorisation. iSHARE focuses on these three aspects as they are considered indispensable in any communication between parties.
Within the iSHARE Scheme, agreements are made on the above three topics with the aim of working towards a more uniform, straightforward and controlled way of exchanging data on a bigger scale than is possible right now.
- Uniform: one uniform way of working across all types of modalities, small and large organisations, public and private organisations, suppliers and receivers of data or their software partners, etc. iSHARE aims to create new possibilities for efficiency improvements, time gains and cost savings.
- Straightforward: Easy to connect with new, existing and third-party business partners throughout the sector, more certainty on the trustworthiness of parties you exchange data with, a building block which is easy to implement by your software partners or your IT department and an addition that empowers your existing solutions.
- Controlled: The basic principle within iSHARE is that the owner of the data stays in control at all times; the owner decides with whom what data is exchanged on what terms.
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