Introducing Mobile Connect – the new standard in digital authentication

Mobile Connect is a secure universal log-in solution. Simply by matching the user to their mobile phone, Mobile Connect allows them to log-in to websites and applications quickly without the need to remember passwords and usernames. It’s safe, secure and no personal information is shared without permission.

The digital age has led to an unprecedented level of access to information and services. However, access to such information and services often requires the user to sign-up to websites and applications, resulting in the need to remember user names and passwords. With such a high proportion of users forgetting log-in details, there is a need for a secure solution that bypasses the issue of forgetting passwords, thereby keeping the user engaged.

What industry experts say

 

Make log-in easy, private and safe

With Mobile Connect, there’s no need for passwords or usernames, making logging in so much easier

Although logging in through social networks can remove the need for passwords, many people worry their personal information will be used without their permission.

With Mobile Connect, no information is made available to service providers without the user’s consent, making logging in more private

Following recent high profile online security breaches, people have become increasingly cautious about giving out personal details in case they fall into the wrong hands.

Mobile Connect is the new simple, safe way to log-in

With Mobile Connect, the user is authenticated through their mobile phone, rather than through personal information. This makes logging in safer and more secure.

How to get started

 

 

 

Driving Mobile Connect Usage – Turkcell Looking to improve its customers’ experience and further differentiate its proposition, Turkcell launched Mobile Connect initially on its self-care mobile application and websi...

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Mobile Connect London Summit: Presentations Taking place on the 25th and 26th April, the Mobile Connect London Summit was a forum for leading figures in the wider mobile industry to debate the most pressing issues in the...

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The PSD2 Opportunity: Mobile Operators and Fintech This paper discusses the opportunities relating to the partnership between mobile network operators and fintech companies, and how both parties can benefit from each others&#...

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SK Telecom: Integrating Existing Identity Solutions into Mobile Connec In December 2016, SKT adapted both T-Auth and T-ID to comply with the Mobile Connect specifications. The goal was to make it easier for international customers to use SKT’s app...

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Seminar Presentations from Mobile World Congress 2017 Mobile World Congress 2017 hosted three industry seminars on Mobile Connect and the future of digital identity.  You can find out more about each of these subjects by downloadin...

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SIM Toolkit Device Requirements to Improve Mobile Connect Customer Exp This document presents the requirements for the device to improve the user experience of the Mobile Connect SIM applet authenticator. The ETSI (The European Telecommunications St...

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Will Latest Cyber Attack Unite the Digital Community? Although data breaches and cybercrime are increasingly the hallmark of the age we live in, last week’s WannaCry attack has drawn out uniformly strong calls for the wider tech i...

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Summit Demonstrates Growing Demand for the Various Offerings of Mobile Industry event reveals how Mobile Connect has evolved well beyond its authentication moorings LONDON — Last week, global leaders in the mobile industry and adjacent sectors...

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Trust & Privacy will be Increasingly Important to eID Market ‘Cybercrime keeps Climbing’. This was one of the principal findings from PwC’s Global Economic Crime Survey 2016, and a reminder that many businesses are unprepared for -or...

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The Next Phase of Cross-Border Public Services With over 3 billion enabled users worldwide and its federated distributed architecture, Mobile Connect is a leading example of a mobile identity and authentication solution for g...

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Mobile Connect’s collaboration with leading brands during MWC17 poin Mobile World Congress revealed many ways in which mobile technology is evolving to deliver a new range of digital services. Inside the event’s GSMA Innovation City, we were giv...

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Restoring Trust in the Digital Age – the Great Debate at MWC Industr The security of customer data has never been more crucial. In our digital world, the risk of fraud has reached unprecedented heights and consumers are increasingly cautious about...

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Mobile World Congress Shanghai June 28, 2017 Mobile Connect will be present at this year’s Mobile World Congress Shanghai – Asia’s biggest mobile event. Bringing together the global mobile industry’s C...

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MWCS17 Seminar: Mobile Connect: Deploying global mobile identity servi June 29, 2017 Mobile Connect is the global mobile industry’s secure universal identity solution.  By March 2017 it had been made available to over 3 billion consumers worldwide and with ope...

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