Is Mobile Identity the Key for Digital Authentication?

A Real Opportunity for Both Governments and Citizens
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Published: 5 May 2014

Mobile identity uses mobile devices, like a mobile phone’s SIM card incorporated with WPKI(wireless PKI) as a form of secured digital identification in accessing rooms, buildings and networks operating within the framework of NFC technology, say. Usual e-IDs like an e-passport have issues of data breaches but this can be circumvented via mobile ID, universally accepted for a trusty evidence of personal identification. Promising in the background of mobile use expansion, the horizon is replete with local initiatives in standardisation of protocols within which this framework operates. This research service covers the global market for Mobile Identity, does market trend analysis, and gives revenue forecasts into the market.

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