Hewlett Packard: Implementing mobile electronic identity

14/02/17

Mobile electronic identity, or MeID, is a complementary concept combining the advantages of electronic ID (eID) and mobile devices.

MeID represents the integration of existing eID functionality into a mobile device—for example, a smartphone or tablet. And it uses standardized components such as secure element and near-field communication.

In this white paper, Hewlett Packard details an enterprise approach based on hardware tokens in microSD cards.

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