The Central Bank will discuss with the banks the creation of a platform that will allow citizens to give or withdraw their consent to the processing of personal data not only on state services platform Gosuslugi, but also from businesses. The First Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank Olga Skorobogatova said.
Today, 27 types of information on Russian citizens at the disposal of state information systems are collected via the "Digital Citizen Profile" (integrated into "State Services"). It allows people to give or withdraw consent to the use of data from government sources in credit institutions. According to the Central Bank, the emergence of a new platform will greatly simplify the process of providing data from various commercial sources with the consent of the citizen.
Sberbank, VTB, Promsvyazbank and others are interested in the project, according to RBC. At the same time, the Central Bank noted that the creation of the platform should not restrict competition in the market or lead to problems with monopolization.
Gosuslugi is a public services platform launched by the Russian government in December 2009. It provides data exchange and technological interaction of information systems used for rendering state and municipal services in electronic form.
The Central Bank of the Russian Federation