The principle of "know your customer" is becoming increasingly important. Today it is even mandatory for companies in certain sectors, such as financial institutions. You can now do the Know Your Customer check (KYC) quickly, safely and easily with Datakeeper.
In addition to an ID, the customer adds extra information, such as IBAN, BRP, e-mail and telephone number.
2The customer retrieves the data from the affiliated sources, by logging in at a bank and at DigiD or iDIN.
3The customer only sends the requested data from each source.
Data minimizationOnly the necessary data is shared
KYC checks easy and secure
GDPR-proof with data minimization
With Datakeeper you can therefore easily send out a data request. Tailor-made, with only the KYC data you need. All data requests are customizable. For example, do you only want to request the date of birth and name from the proof of identity? Which can!
💡 With Datakeeper you work AVG-proof because you only request the necessary data for a service.
PSD2 and iDIN integration
Datakeeper uses the latest and most secure technologies, such as the link with PSD2 to retrieve IBAN data from various banks. iDIN can also be used to retrieve customer identity data via their bank. As an organization, you do not have access to financial data, such as balance and payment details, via iDIN.
💡Validated bank details with the latest and most user-friendly technology.
Reliable, Recognizable Sources
With Datakeeper, your customers can collect and share personal data from multiple data sources, such as government agencies and banks. Your customer logs in with DigiD and easily retrieves the Basic Registration of Persons. Datakeeper then ensures that only the necessary data is shared, such as an address.
💡 Reliable data sources from trusted authorities, such as the government and banks.
With Datakeeper's KYC check you can retrieve the following data from your customers:
Full passport, ID card and driver's license details
Email address and phone number
IBAN and name of account holder
BRP or iDIN name, date of birth and address details
A 999 error means that something went wrong in your in-app browser. It can happen, for example, when you enter your DigiD login details or your bank credentials incorrectly, as a result of which the process in the in-App browser in Datakeeper is closed. When this happens, feel free to try again and re-enter your login details.