Credential Configuration refers to creating the specific set of rules and parameters that are used to create and validate a particular type of credential. These rules and parameters define how the credential is structured and what data it contains when issued.
Credential configuration can include mechanisms to manage appropriate credential schema, defining the attributes and claims to be included, specifying the required levels of assurance, credential revocation and expiration and more.
Issuers can leverage configuration options to align Verifiable Credentials with their specific requirements while adhering to industry standards, enhancing security and protecting privacy.
Currently, MATTR VII supports configuration of three Verifiable Credentials profiles via OpenID Credential Provisioning: