Digital Identity Services
2019.08.01   |   40 pages   |   Digital Transformation

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Nicola Warren


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Key Infographic

 

Introduction

MNOs have suffered from fading relevance in the digital economy, even though it is underpinned by operator infrastructure. Digital identity services represent an opportunity for operators to add value in this context, leveraging existing assets and capabilities in this regard.
This report looks at developments in operator digital identity services in order to inform MNOs considering their digital identity approach.

 

Three i3

 

Companies: SK Telecom, Orange France, GSMA, Turkcell, NTT DoCoMo, Telia Finland, KDDI, EnStream, TeleSign, Dialog, O2, Vodafone, SwissCom, SwissSign

Countries: Global, South Korea, France, Turkey, Japan, Finland, Canada, Malaysia, UK, Switzerland

Keywords: OAuth, protocols, verification, T-Auth, T Authentication, centralised, digital signature, Identity, Mobile Connect, au ID, credentials, level of assurance, federated identity, Mobile Connect et moi, multi-factor authentication, Mobiilivarmenne, attributes, Mobile Connect Link, Know Your Customer, idenity service provider, biometric, digital economy, SwissID, two-sided market, validation, authentication, FIDO, Facebook Connect, GOV.UK Verify, decentralised, FranceConnect, government digital identity, eIDAS, trust framework, OpenID, interoperability, Telia ID Service, e-ID, ID, Fast Identity Online, Identification Service Brokering, single sign-on, relying party, standards, information sharing, digital identity, LoA, distributed identity, collaboration, dAccount, Google Sign-in, blockchain, OpenID Connect, trust, Mobile Connect Accelerator, form filling, PASS, KYC, authorisation, e-government,

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Overview

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Key Infographic

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1.2

Introduction

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1.3

Three i3   

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Background and Content

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2.1

Background to the Report

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Report Content

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2.3

Currency and Conversions

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2.4

Further Questions and Feedback

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The Identity Opportunity

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3.1

The Value of the Identity Opportunity

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3.2

Consumer Trust

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Identity Services and the Internet of Things

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Foundations of Identity Systems

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4.1

Introduction

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4.2

Trust Frameworks and Standards

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4.2.1

OpenID Protocol

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4.2.2

OAuth Protocol

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4.3

GSMA Mobile Connect

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MNO Identity Services

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5.1

Introduction

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5.2

Single Sign-On (SSO)

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5.2.1

Strong Customer Authentication

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5.3

Digital Signatures

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5.4

Authorisation as a Function of Transaction

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5.5

Permission-based Information Sharing

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5.5.1

Attribute Provision

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5.5.2

Requests for Authorisation

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5.6

Distributed ID Solutions

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Government Digital Identity Contribution

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Identification Service Brokering

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Mobile Connect Accelerator

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MNO Case Studies

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Orange Group

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SK Telekom, South Korea

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Findings and Conclusions

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Recommendations

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