In this white paper, Hewlett Packard details an enterprise approach to mobile eID based on hardware tokens in microSD cards.
Many government institutions are now exploring mobile identity as a way to complement existing, traditional credentials. But will it be simple for 'gold standard' government-issued identity documents to make this leap to mobile?
This webinar, the first in a major series planned by Security Document World, featured a panel of government, supplier and standards experts offering exclusive market perspectives on mobile identity trends, with the aim of advancing the discussion around critical aspects of the rapidly advancing technology.
The webinar saw the experts discuss critical technological advancements that make mobile IDs a reality; government agency viewpoints; emerging standards for government-to-citizen mobile applications and the need to balance privacy concerns with protection and security.
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.
Citizen ID documents such as national IDs and driver licenses will ultimately follow the trend toward mobility.
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