Interface Code of Connection and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Certificate Policy
The Interface Code of Connection (CoCo) document for the DIP Service Interface defines the interface usage requirements and responsibilities for participants to securely exchange information. It also identifies configurable parameters that will be periodically reviewed to cater for changing demand and capacity forecasts.
The Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Certificate Policy sets out the requirements for the DIP PKI environment and the operational rule framework for the PKI services provided.
CoCo and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Certificate Policy approved at Design Advisory Group (DAG)
Thank you to all participants who reviewed and provided input on the CoCo and PKI Certificate Policy assurance review which closed on 28 June 2023.
The Programme has published updated versions of both of the documents and an updated Consolidated Comments Log, available below:
The Data Integration Platform (DIP) PKI Certificate Profiles have also been published and contains the definitive profile for the DIP PKI Certificates. DIP Service Users must ensure that they adhere to this profile when creating Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs). The Certificates must be built or configured as indicated in the profile to ensure they work correctly, and CSRs are not rejected.
Following the Security Design Working Group (SDWG) on 28 June, the CoCo and PKI Certificate Policy were approved at the Design Advisory Group (DAG) meeting on 12 July.
Since its approval on 12 July, the Programme has further updated the CoCo and it has been uplifted to version 1.3 which was approved at the SDWG and DAG on 7 and 8 November respectively.
Both clean and red-lined versions 1.3 of the CoCo is available above.
If you have any questions, please email the DIP Team at [email protected]