What is logging in with Suomi.fi e-Identification?
Suomi.fi e-Identification enables electronic identification for digital service end-users and a single sign-on identification system to various services.
In practice, this means that users may log in to the service by using, either their personal bank access codes or mobile authentication provided by operators.
Why is this level of loging security needed?
Logging in is done to protect the data security of users, i.e. entrepreneurs and prospective entrepreneurs. The service will contain confidential data related to the customer, regarding dealing with the authorities, as well as information on business ideas- /-calculations. That is why a strong level of security is necessary.
Users are identified by the Suomi.fi e-Identification service. As customers start using the service, their names (first and last name) will be retrieved from the Population Information System or the original identification source (e.g. bank identification service).
Who has access to the account?
The founder of the user account is automatically granted access to the account after they register for the service. Additionally, persons who are registered in the Trade Register as the customer's statutory representatives (members of the board and the Managing Director) or who are authorized to sign for the company are automatically granted user rights to the service. The account can be accessed also by persons that are authorized to use the account by the Suomi.fi e-Authorizations service.