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數位ID服務的全球市場

Digital Identity Services

出版商 Mobile Market Development Ltd 商品編碼 899321
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 40 Pages
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數位ID服務的全球市場 Digital Identity Services
出版日期: 2019年08月01日內容資訊: 英文 40 Pages
簡介

數位ID服務是客戶企業代理提供身份驗證方式的服務。除了為IT服務用戶提供方便,強大的認證方法外,還提供各種功能和服務的信息共享服務(基於協議)和安全可靠的訪問方法。越來越多行動通訊業者(MNO)進入這個市場並獲得新的市場機會。

本報告提供全球數位ID服務市場現況與未來展望相關分析,彙整數位ID服務的概要和技術性基礎,今後的市場機會規模與趨勢,對MNO各公司而言的成長機會,現在及未來的主要ID服務相關技術/規格概要,具體的事業案例,產業相關人員的建議等資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 概要

第2章 背景情況與分析內容

第3章 ID服務的市場機會

  • 市場機會的大小:ID服務市場
  • 消費者的信賴
  • ID服務和IoT (物聯網)

第4章 ID系統基礎

  • 簡介
  • 信用架構和標準
    • OpenID通訊協定
    • OAuth通訊協定
  • GSMA Mobile Connect

第5章 MNO (行動通訊業者)的ID服務

  • 簡介
  • 單點登錄 (SSO)
    • 強有力的客戶認證系統 (SCA)
  • 數位簽章
  • 授權作為交易的功能
  • 基於權限的信息共享
    • 屬性資訊的提供
    • 認證的請求
  • 分散式ID解決方案
  • 各國政府對數位ID的貢獻·參與
  • ID服務的仲介業務 (仲介)
  • Mobile Connect Accelerator

第6章 MNO的利用案例

  • Orange Group
  • SK Telekom (韓國)

第7章 分析結果與結論

第8章 建議

目錄

Background to the Report

Digital identities enable participation in the digital economy, ensuring that transacting parties can be certain of who they are transacting with - in order to encourage further interactions.

An identity can be described as a set of attributes related to an entity. Validation of these attributes in the physical context is usually achieved by producing physical evidence (e.g. a passport), but in the digital context this becomes more complex. A digital identity is one that can be remotely authenticated, over digital channels.

Digital identity service providers are businesses that can provide this authentication on behalf of a third party (i.e. the relying party). Identity services can include not only providing user authentication, but complementary services such as facilitating consent-based information sharing and securing authorisations to enable functions or service access.

MNOs have assets and capabilities that can be leveraged to become digital identity service providers. These include:

  • Technical assets (e.g. SIM) and capabilities (e.g. authentication and registration processes) to manage identities;
  • A large marketplace of subscribers whose identities have been validated via established processes;
  • Customer insight in terms of network information and behavioural data (in CRM systems);
  • Payment relationships with customers are in place.

Digital identity services are a two-sided market opportunity, the key stakeholders being consumers and relying parties.

  • Relying parties are digital entities (e.g. businesses, governments) that wish to verify that service users are who they say they are in order to prevent fraud or the creation of fake accounts.

Relying parties are typically looking for identity services that offer a higher level of reliability (assurance) than popular self-asserted identity mechanisms (e.g. self-determined usernames and passwords that may have been reused multiple times). They want to authenticate users in a way that is efficient and convenient for the consumer and the business, minimising the complexities of customer registration, identity verification processes and issues with data protection and privacy.

Consumers want to use digital identities to improve their customer experience (e.g. to simplify login processes), while being assured of secure access, privacy safeguards and data protection.

MNO digital identity services must meet these stakeholder requirements (at a minimum) in order to unlock the potential for new revenue streams (e.g. from relying parties) and provide routes to new value-added services (e.g. by leveraging related customer insights).

The subject of digital identities was first introduced in Mobile Market Development's MWP report Digital Identity: Commercial Opportunities for MNOs (November 2013). This report looks at the current understanding of the digital identity opportunity (six years on), the foundations of digital identity services and how operators are participating in the provision of digital identity services in order to arrive at recommendations for operators considering their strategies in this regard.

Report Content

Subsequent to this introduction, the remainder of the report is arranged in the following sections:

  • Section 3 provides an overview of the digital identity opportunity;
  • Section 4 explains the key concepts that provide the foundations of identity services;
  • Section 5 introduces the types of digital identity services on offer from operators around the globe;
  • Section 6 examines the experiences of Orange and SK Telecom in launching their digital identity services to identify lessons for others.

The report concludes with a summary of the main findings and recommendations for operators who developing their approach to digital identity services.

Table of Contents

1. Overview

  • 1.1. Key Infographic
  • 1.2. Introduction
  • 1.3. Three i3

2. Background and Content

  • 2.1. Background to the Report
  • 2.2. Report Content
  • 2.3. Currency and Conversions
  • 2.4. Further Questions and Feedback

3. The Identity Opportunity

  • 3.1. The Value of the Identity Opportunity
  • 3.2. Consumer Trust
  • 3.3. Identity Services and the Internet of Things

4. Foundations of Identity Systems

  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Trust Frameworks and Standards
    • 4.2.1. OpenID Protocol
    • 4.2.2. OAuth Protocol
  • 4.3. GSMA Mobile Connect

5. MNO Identity Services

  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Single Sign-On (SSO)
    • 5.2.1. Strong Customer Authentication
  • 5.3. Digital Signatures
  • 5.4. Authorisation as a Function of Transaction
  • 5.5. Permission-based Information Sharing
    • 5.5.1. Attribute Provision
    • 5.5.2. Requests for Authorisation
  • 5.6. Distributed ID Solutions
  • 5.7. Government Digital Identity Contribution
  • 5.8. Identification Service Brokering
  • 5.9. Mobile Connect Accelerator

6. MNO Case Studies

  • 6.1. Orange Group
  • 6.2. SK Telekom, South Korea

7. Findings and Conclusions

8. Recommendations

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