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BUSINESS and consumer confidence in electronic commerce will be enhanced with the recent formulation of an authentication council.

The National Electronic Authentication Council will provide industry and community input to Government decision-making on electronic commerce issues.

NEAC will oversee the development of a national framework for electronic authentication of online communications.

The thirteen recently selected council members represent industry providers and users of authentication products and services, consumer organisations, the small business and retail sectors, banking and finance, professional services, academia, the legal sector and relevant government agencies.

The council will encourage interoperability between different systems and the development of relevant technical standards.

It will oversee a number of sub-committees, open to both council members and people with particular expertise to examine specific issues and report to the council.

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