BARCELONA, Feb 25 – Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, announces that it has become a GSMA Mobile Connect Accelerator partner as its Mobile ID solution is now accredited within the GSMA Personal Data program. Mobile Connect Accelerator is designed to help operators easily implement Mobile Connect.
In the meantime, it is also a global initiative from the GSMA that aims to provide a universal mobile phone-based authentication service, and to allow mobile operators and other service providers to select already compliant solutions, saving time and resource.
Gemalto has over 10 years of experience in the mobile identity market and its Mobile ID solution allows organizations to offer their subscribers a single means of authentication to online services using any mobile phone. By removing lengthy registration processes and password fatigue as sources of frustration, delay and vulnerability for consumers, the online connection experience is simple and straightforward while offering varying levels of assurance.
“Mobile Connect brings together an ecosystem of trusted mobile operators and service providers to provide consumers with the ability to use their mobile phone for managing their access to online services, giving them greater control and a means of access that is secure and convenient,” said Marie Austenaa, Head of Personal Data, GSMA.
Francois Lasnier, Senior Vice President Identity Protection at Gemalto added, “Our Mobile Connect compliant solution allows businesses to be part of this growing eco-system, providing easy and secure registration and connection between service providers and consumers for a variety of market needs.”
“Gemalto has been a strong supporter and technical contributor to the Mobile Connect initiative from day one. Through the Mobile Connect Accelerator program, mobile operators and other organizations can fast-track their deployment of digital identity projects and immediately start to benefit from providing an enhanced customer experience through a more seamless and secure sign-on process.”