Customs & Border Control Service (CBC) would like to advise the public that on Friday, 28th January between 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm, the Customs Online Systems (COLS) will be down to allow for the system to be redirected to the Cayman Islands Government (CIG) eServices sign-in page.
The change is being made as part of the government’s efforts to make it easier to conduct business with their services online. The eServices sign-in platform provides the public with a simple self-service interface to register themselves, manage their eServices identity, and sign-in to enrolled government online systems. Customers can then be seamlessly authenticated by Line-of-Business applications such as COLS.
The online process has also been streamlined by using a 2 factor authentication when signing in. This single sign-on process allows existing customers to use their same credentials and will only be required to log on once to access any CIG services enrolled in the single-sign-on platform.
For customers using the eServices sign-in who have not yet registered a 2 factor authenticator, they will be asked to register a Mobile Authenticator App, phone number, or email address. Any one of which can then be used to authenticate the person during subsequent login requests.