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National ID Cards and Electronic Identity Documents:Route to Success?


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Analysis by Jean-Noël GEORGES, Global Programme Director, Frost and Sullivan.

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National ID Cards and Electronic Identity Documents:Route to Success?

  1. 1. National ID Cards and Electronic Identity Documents: Route to Success? Jean-Noël GEORGES, Global Programme Director Smart Cards 15th March 2011
  2. 2. Jean-Noël Georges Functional Expertise • 10 years of experience in the fields of corporate strategy, sales optimisation and marketing strategy. He has particular experience in the areas of geographic market expansion, outsourcing business models, online customer experience management, value proposition creation and benefit models. Industry Expertise Jean-Noël has had the opportunity to work with some of the world’s most important smartcard providers (Gemalto, Morpho, Giesecke&Devrient, Oberthur, NXP, Inside, Infineon, Atmel, ASK) telecom operators (Orange, Vodafone, Deutsch Telekom, Telefonica, NTT Docomo) and financial institutions (VISA, Mastercard, American Express, RBS). In recent years, Jean-Noël has especially focused on smartcard personalisation (from secured data generation through smartcard to end user delivery). He created and managed software development centre and deployed worldwide software services . His project experience spans several continents, as he has worked in USA, UK, England, Poland, France, Germany, Spain, Australia and Singapore. What I bring to the TeamGeorges Jean-Noël • Smart Card Market knowledgeGlobal Programme • Program and Project ManagementDirector • Strategic planning and implementation experience Career HighlightsFrost & Sullivan • Prior to joining Frost & Sullivan, he was the manager for a Gdansk (Poland)-based Gemalto, where he wasFrance responsible for the software development for smartcard personalisation and also deeply involved in the businessSophia Antipolis development of new products. Smartcard projects were covering Telecom, banking, healthcare, transportation and government ID area. • Before that, Jean-Noël worked for Gemalto, where he was responsible for the new product introduction in smartcard arena. Main projects were Multos cards, TIBC cards, EMV/B0’ VISA card… Education • Master’s degree in European Computer Science University Paris VI in Paris. • He speaks English and French fluently. 2
  3. 3. Focus Points• eID Market Forecast• Different Uses of eIDs• Next Steps? 3
  4. 4. Smart Card Government and ID Market Source: Frost & Sullivan 4
  5. 5. Many European Countries have Migrated to eID but with DifferentNeeds Across 3 National ID European example, we will see the tremendous potential of eID use Portugal Germany Poland Source: Frost & Sullivan 5
  6. 6. European Case StudiesPortugal Source: Frost&Sullivan 6
  7. 7. Portugal: The NeedTo replace 5 existing cards: •Identity Card •Tax Card •Social Security Card •Health Services User Card •Voters CardTo allow Portuguese citizen to interact digitally with governmentservices and institutions. 7
  8. 8. Portugal: The SolutionThe eID solution is a smart card to access services from the Ministryof Interior, Finance, Health and Justice. IAS Biometric Template of Fingertip EMV-CAP Photo Match-On-Card Address Legend: Identification data of the Citizen PIN Protection (the same as the visible data on the card) Public Access Area for personal use of the Citizen Not Accessible Digital Certificate for Signature Digital Certificate for Authentication 8
  9. 9. Portugal: The Solution Variable Optical Ink Micro Relive (Braille) Surname Chip Given Name Sex, High, Nationality Date of Birth Document Nº and Id Nº Photo MLI(Multiple Laser Image) DOVID (Elemento Difractivo Opticamente Variável) Signature Validity Date Parents Version Nº Tax Nº Social Security Nº DOVID Health User Nº in Holographic Filet Machine Readable Zone 9
  10. 10. Portugal: The ResultsThe first pilot was done in 2007, in April 2010, 2,5 million cards were incirculation in the country.Most of the public services are accessible through websites and withthe use of this eID Smart Card:•Civil records/birth certificates,•Social security declaration,•Change of address,•Doctor appointment scheduling,•Bank account subscription,•Enterprise creation,•Professional tax paying,•Applying for the University,… 10
  11. 11. Portugal: The SolutionA complete solution for citizens including citizen shops “Lojas doCidadão”.More than 10.000 m2 dedicated to the main public services. This « shopping center » offers different counters to assist citizens in their day to day eID use. 11
  12. 12. European Case StudiesGermany Source: Frost & Sullivan 12
  13. 13. Germany: The NeedTo replace the present German ID card issued in ISO/IEC 7810 ID-2format.To allow German citizens to secure their digital access: •To provide secure electronic identification (networks, computers and vending machines). •To provide qualified electronic signature certificates (as an electronic equivalent of handwritten signature). 13
  14. 14. Germany: The Solution This document is valid for five years for individuals aged between 16 and 24, and is valid for 10 years for those aged over 24. Biometric Template of Fingerprint Issuing Country Upon request Name Date Of Birth Legend: Address PIN Protection Public Access Restrain Access* Digital Photograph Digital Certificate for Authentication PACE (Password Authenticated Connection Establishment )* Entitled authorities: Police, Border Control. 14
  15. 15. Germany: The Solution Applicant’s photo Applicant’s personal data Applicant’s signature WatermarkThe card incorporates high security Contactless chipfeatures: (inside)holographic portrait,3D German eagle,kinematic structures. Machine Readable Zone 15
  16. 16. Germany: The ResultsDeployment began in November 2010More than 60 million cards are expected to be rolled out over the next10 years.Online Services available:• Electronic tax filing (ELSTER)•Verified registration for web services: • Online banking • Internet auctions • Online shopping • Protection of minors • Citizens portals•All electronic applications do not require a handwritten signature 16
  17. 17. Germany: The ResultsOffline Services available:• Potential Examples: • Automatic parcel issuing (identity verification) • Cigarette and alcohol vending machines (age verification) • Video vending machines (age verification)•Access controls • (identity verification) 17
  18. 18. European Case StudiesPoland Source: Frost&Sullivan 18
  19. 19. Poland: The Need• Transformation of Poland into a citizen-friendly and modern country.• Costs rationalisation• Technological neutrality• Integrate the Polish eID document with the existing PESEL and REGON numbers• In a next future the NIP number (for tax declaration).• eID card to become a health card (probably in 2013) and a payment solution and corporate control. 19
  20. 20. Poland: The Solution The eID solution is a smart card contact and contactless. This card will not show address/place of residence, physical characteristics information (height, colours of eyes).ID Card Number, Date ofIssue and Expiry, Issuing Authority Photo PESEL number Legend: Identification data of the Citizen PIN Protection (Name, surname, place and date of birth, parents given name) Public Access Citizenship Not Available Digital Certificate for Signature Digital Certificate for Authentication 20
  21. 21. Poland: The Expected ResultsTenders closed in 2010.Estimation: 4.9 million new ID cardsBy using institutions website, Polish citizen will be able to:• Transfer of specific data from national registers directly between the interested agencies.• Obtain a copy of the book of civil status anywhere in Poland.• Have a real control over their personal data stored in state registers.• Have the ability to remotely change. the official address.• Use the Tax identification number.• Have a certificate of disability.• Have an official power of attorney. 21
  22. 22. eID of the FutureRussian Universal Electronic Card• July 2010 law voted• 2012 Start issuance of UEC• The most interesting and full-scale project undertaken in Europe at the moment.• Will be a multi application card to: • have access to institution services • to prove identity and signature • have medical insurance and pension information • serve as a transportation access card for public transport • be a standard credit card to pay utilities, tickets, fines. • a healthcare card for registrations and prescriptions • an education card and to replace driver licence. 22
  23. 23. Conclusion• The eID is much more than a simple card• A real trend due to global security needsWhat about the next generation?After the 2 most important security point:•What I have? (card)•What I know? (PIN, Password,..)There is a place for biometry with : Who I am?And what about an easy to use solution such asNFC/mobile handset/biometry identification ? 23
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  27. 27. For Additional InformationJoanna Lewandowska Gustavo CuryCorporate Communications Manager Sales ManagerICT ICT+48 (0) 22 390 41 46 +44 (0)20 7343 Gustavo.Cury@frost.comJean-Noël GeorgesGlobal Programme DirectorICT+33 (0) 4 93 00 61 27