Empowering e-government by shifting to smart cards is accelerating the arrival of a new era of mobile identity and electronic documents.
This paper explores how citizen ID documents such as national IDs and driver licenses, will ultimately follow the trend toward mobility. Since citizens rely upon IDs for everyday scenarios, most are ready to use smartphones to simplify this aspect of life as well.
The result is the ability to use a smartphone to carry a citizen ID via a secure, digital credential called a mobile ID. This paper specifically reviews the infrastructure required to take mobile IDs from concept to reality including new technologies, guiding principles, cross-border interoperability considerations and real use cases.
Provided by HID Global, it also outlines solutions the firm has developed for the sector.
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In this white paper, Hewlett Packard details an enterprise approach to mobile eID based on hardware tokens in microSD cards.
In this follow-up interview to the webinar “The future of government-issued mobile identities" Neil Akass, digital driving licence service designer at the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency, for his thoughts on the evolution of driving licences.
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