For consumers

These resources are for individuals and small businesses interested in learning more about Consumer Data Right.

For providers

The following resources are for providers that are data holders and/or accredited data recipients under Consumer Data Right.

  • CDR information map - A topic-based guide to CDR information published by the CDR agencies.
  • Guides - guidance for participants on topics such as accreditation, on-boarding, white label products, joint accounts, rule 9.4 reporting, CTS and participant conformance approach.
  • Portal user guides - detailed guidance on how to use the Consumer Data Right participant portal, service management portal and other online systems.
  • Compliance and enforcement policy - outlines the approach that the ACCC and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner will adopt to encourage compliance and prevent breaches of the Consumer Data Right regulatory framework.
  • Forms and templates - downloadable forms and templates related to Consumer Data Right processes, including rule 9.4 reporting form templates.
  • Fact sheets for providers on topics such as CDR representatives, accreditation, on-boarding, direct-to-consumer access, privacy questions
  • Rectification schedules - lists data holders who are either not active on the Consumer Data Right Register or are active but have self-reported potential gaps in their consumer data sharing systems.
  • Support materials - to help you if you are a business looking to apply to become accredited under Consumer Data Right.
  • Agreements - information about the CDR trade mark licence agreement and digital certificate agreements
  • CDR legislation - a quick reference guide to finding key documents in the Consumer Data Right legislative framework.
  • Responsible disclosure - report potential security vulnerability within the Consumer Data Right, or with one of our services.
  • CDR glossary - a list of commonly used terminology for Australia's Consumer Data Right

Privacy obligations

Additional resources