Future ID Security Technology Meets the Convenience of a Mobile App
Identification is going digital. Mobile IDs (mID) can offer a convenient, instant alternative to physical IDs while helping to combat fraud and establishing the foundation for a wide array of online digital services. Widespread adoption of mobile IDs is dependent on secure verification capabilities.
GET Group NA presents the GET mID App – your Mobile ID and the GET mID LE-Officer App – the law enforcement’s validation and connectivity app.
The GET mIDTM App provides ICAO, ISO and AAMVA identity security specifications – which results in the offering of PKI security services; Integrity, Confidentiality, Identification and Authentication, and Non-Repudiation with GET mID, GET Group NA specifies a new approach to mobile ID verification that provides similar assurances and security as that provided by chip cards, while enabling cross jurisdiction reading capabilities.
The GET mID LE-Officer App can provide the ability for an officer to inspect and verify a mobile ID, enhanced with an automated process that can be performed in a wide variety of devices, from sophisticated gates and terminals to standard and inexpensive NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets.
Strong security model for production of mobile ID’s. All
data communication is completely encrypted. Unauthorized access
prevention by a full PKI infrastructure architectural design.
Supports upgrade flexibly at the issuer’s request. Changes
are completely encrypted, security tested and qualified.
Supports a variety of cryptographic protocols, such as Elliptic
Curves, RSA, among others.
Can meet any ISO/IEC 18013 and AAMVA configuration.
Provides passive authentication, with electronic
signatures to assure integrity and authenticity.
Can store fingerprints and other sensitive data.
Extended Access Control and Extended Access Protection
procedures strongly secure against unauthorized access.
Available with new Supplemental Access Control (SAC), also
known as Password Authenticated Connection Establishment (PACE)
protocol, for advanced resistance against skimming and eavesdropping
Unique anti-skimming procedure prevents unauthorized reading of the mID by brute-force attacks.
Random identification number (UID / PUPI) is changed automatically with every new reading operation.