SIMAlliance: The Evolving Secure Element Conversation

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  • 1. The Evolving Secure Element Conversation Frédéric Vasnier, Chairman, SIMalliance 25 June 2013
  • 2. Introduction and Welcome Global Market Overview Opportunities and Challenges Recommendations
  • 3. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 3 Security, Identity, Mobility SIMalliance: Who we are SIMalliance members represent approx 90% of the global SIM market and deliver the most widely distributed secure application delivery platform in the world (UICC/SIM/USIM).
  • 4. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 4 Security, Identity, Mobility What we do… SIMalliance is the global, non-profit industry association which simplifies secure element (SE) implementation to drive the creation, deployment and management of secure mobile services. SIMalliance: > Promotes the essential role of the secure element (SE) in delivering secure mobile applications and services across all devices that can access wireless networks. > Identifies and addresses SE-related technical issues, and clarifies and recommends existing technical standards relevant to SE implementation. > Promotes an open SE ecosystem to facilitate and accelerate delivery of secure mobile applications globally. > Monitors the market and produces market data reports.
  • 5. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 5 Security, Identity, Mobility Welcome to…
  • 6. Introduction and Welcome Global Market Overview Opportunities and Challenges Recommendations
  • 7. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 7 Security, Identity, Mobility 2012: Continued growth globally SIMalliance 2012 shipments: 4.6 billion 2012 Total Available Market: 5.1 billion* Growth in SIMalliance shipments (2011 to 2012): +6% TAM Growth (2011 to 2012): +9% SIMalliance shipment volumes in M units *The footprint of SIMalliance members represents approximately 90% of the TAM. 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 SIMalliance figures Total Available Market (TAM) figures
  • 8. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 8 Security, Identity, Mobility Global context Faltering economic conditions in many markets Mature mass volume SIM market in many developed countries Increased regulation on basic SIMs and MNOs in many regions (e.g. India, South America and Asia) Increasing demand for NFC There is good news…The SIM market continues to enjoy growth of 6%
  • 9. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 9 Security, Identity, Mobility 2011-2012: Growth across most markets 164M to 216m = +32% North America 440M to 441m = +0.2% South America 414M to 450m = +9% Europe 2.417bn to 2.482bn = +3% Asia 217M to 229m = +6% CIS 287M to 307m = +7% Middle East 415M to 499m = +20% Africa 4.4bn to 4.6bn = +6% Globally
  • 10. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 10 Security, Identity, Mobility 2012: Market specific growth drivers Asia • Strong growth in North America (+32%); transition from CDMA / late migration to LTE SIM-based networks. • 11.5% decline in Brazil. Impact of regulation: decreased number of handsets per person. • Growth across several countries led to 3% total growth in region.  India, Japan/Korea, Pacific Asia are all slightly growing in volume. China has witnessed a decline. • Country specific growth factors: Inventory problems in China have resulted in lower SIM card volumes In India, regulation requires physical proof of ID to be shown to obtain a prepaid SIM. This has impacted uptake. (Effect seen previously in Indonesia). 70% of Japan/Korea’s shipments are 3FF/4FF. Booming LTE and NFC markets. • Strongest growth resulting from high-end SIM shipments due to new technologies being launched (primarily Japan/Korea and Pacific Asia). Americas
  • 11. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 11 Security, Identity, Mobility Europe CIS Middle East and Africa 2012: Market specific growth drivers • Healthy growth in Western Europe (11%) considering market maturity. • Highlights growth in NFC and LTE based shipments within developed markets. • Sensible growth (6%). • 20% growth in Africa reflects reliance on phone handsets for access to internet / bank accounts and to act as a payment vehicle. • Growth in Africa linked to penetration / subscriber acquisition (Africa still has lowest penetration worldwide) and prepaid. • Growth in Africa covers both low end / high volume and more advanced SIMs.
  • 12. Introduction and Welcome Global Market Overview Opportunities and Challenges Recommendations
  • 13. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 13 Security, Identity, Mobility Opportunities and challenges • The heaviest migration to nano SIMs has been in North America, Western Europe and Asia. • There has been a sharp decline in the plug-in market in Europe. Increase in connected smart devices (phones and tablets), stimulating demand for 4G SIM products, as LTE and NFC drive mobile services forward. OTA over HTTP now a possibility. • 30m NFC shipments in 2012; 87% YoY increase (23m Asia, 6.5m Europe, 0.25 MEA, 0.1 North America). High profile NFC deployments now moving beyond trial e.g. ISIS launch, Cityzi etc. • Future mobile subscriber growth will be driven by 1.8bn ‘unconnected’ people in rural areas globally (to 2017). • Subscriber penetration across developing economies to increase from 39% in 2012 to 47% in 2017. This will be the largest factor spurring global growth of mobile until 2017. Vast potential for market growth in developing countries (Source: GSMA Wireless Intelligence research, October 2012): New applications and use cases
  • 14. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 14 Security, Identity, Mobility Opportunities and challenges Growth in OTT players in the mobile payments space are seeking and deploying MNO independent and alternate SE Form Factors e.g. Google Wallet (eSE). Established M2M market with steady growth and no saturation point; not limited by population penetration. Increasing range of M2M applications across verticals. Many customers are using standard SIM cards; specific products needed designed to be in line with market needs. IDC predicts the worldwide smart connected device space will continue to surge with shipments surpassing 2.2 billion units in 2017. 5 million SIMalliance MFF2 shipments in 2012 (42% year on year growth). New players / comers The rise of the machines: ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT)
  • 15. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 15 Security, Identity, Mobility Opportunities and challenges Likely changes to the market in the foreseeable future? – Rapid development of potential secure applications / use cases in line with progression of LTE and NFC; SE enables secure ID provision. – Utilising NFC beyond payment : retail, access, transport etc. – Operators will continue to deploy high-end SIM products and an advanced SIM-based infrastructure (LTE SIM card and OTA platform over HTTP) as they migrate to LTE (to take advantage of the opportunity to offer upgraded services). – Continued growth in number of connected smart devices driving high-end (nano) SIM shipments. – More specialist products will cater for the growing M2M market. • Potential for increased rate of growth of M2M market in coming twelve months. • Smart cars and smart grids driving growth of M2M. – Battle of the wallets: • Driving growth in alternate SE form factors. • Diversity and high number of payment schemes available on mobiles is a technical challenge for wallet providers (integration) .
  • 16. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 16 Security, Identity, Mobility SIMalliance: Creating opportunities for market growth UICC LTE Profile • A collection of requirements for optimal support of LTE/EPS networks by UICC. • Widely utilised by North American MNOs. UICC Device Implementation Guidelines • Outlines fundamental and optional UICC features device vendors need to support to optimise UICC interoperability in future devices. Stepping Stones Documents • Best practices for development of interoperable applications (USIM, NFC, SE). SIMalliance members are well placed to deliver key services associated with eUICC deployment (e.g. data preparation and subscription management services).
  • 17. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 17 Security, Identity, Mobility > Open Mobile API – Standardised way to connect mobile apps with all SEs on a device (SE form factor neutral) including a service layer to provide a more intuitive interface and increasingly powerful functionality. – Enables delivery of highly secure business and consumer mobile applications across all SE form factors. – Referenced by GSMA (NFC Handset & APIs Requirements). – Open Source implementation (Seek-for-Android). – Implemented in more than 100 models of Android (NFC) Smartphones Open Mobile API A P P SIMalliance: Creating opportunities for market growth
  • 18. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 18 Security, Identity, Mobility SIMalliance: Creating opportunities for market growth  GlobalPlatform Collaboration – Combine the filtering technology of GlobalPlatform (known as SE access control) with the Open API, to deliver a complete solution for handset manufacturers.  GSMA Collaboration – Promote an open and interoperable eUICC. – Work to define not only the eUICC but the whole infrastructure (relevant to M2M) and the different roles in the (open) ecosystem.  IEEE Collaboration – Mobile and internet authorities working together to promote development of an open ecosystem that will support future industry convergence. – Potential opportunities for secure connections in Internet of Things (IoT), MobileHealth and mobile ID markets are vast.
  • 19. Introduction and Welcome Global Market Overview Opportunities and Challenges Recommendations
  • 20. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 20 Security, Identity, Mobility Key recommendations: SE’s capability relative to post- issuance activation and updates; Highly secure platform provided by the latest generation of SE; Capabilities offered by LTE and NFC; Growing ubiquity of connected smart devices (tablets and phones); The combination of the: …results in vast potential for the exponential development of applications and use cases which utilise the SE, across all sectors (not just payments). SIMalliance members are well positioned to provide both the physical token (SE) and support the whole infrastructure and associated services.
  • 21. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 21 Security, Identity, Mobility Key recommendations: To optimise growth of the market: Application and OS developers, handset vendors, MNOs and all players within the ecosystem MUST work together in an open environment. We look forward to furthering these efforts here at SIMposium Global! SIMalliance is working to facilitate this by: Documenting interoperability Engaging in industry collaborations Encouraging global promotion and debate
  • 22. Securing the Future of Mobile Services 22 Security, Identity, Mobility Website resources www.simalliance.org/resources * • UICC LTE Profile * • UICC Device Implementation Guidelines * • Open Mobile API * • Stepping Stones Documents
  • 23. Thank You and Q&A @SIMalliance www.simalliance.org herve.pierre@simalliance.org