Hewlett Packard: Implementing mobile electronic identity


Mobile electronic identity, or MeID, is a complementary concept combining the advantages of electronic ID (eID) and mobile devices.

MeID represents the integration of existing eID functionality into a mobile device—for example, a smartphone or tablet. And it uses standardized components such as secure element and near-field communication.

In this white paper, Hewlett Packard details an enterprise approach based on hardware tokens in microSD cards.

Subscribe to our free newsletter
Follow us on Twitter
Join us on LinkedIn

Latest Features & Interviews

White paper: Gemalto - The paper elements of a passport

An expert’s guide to using the paper elements of a passport.

INTERVIEW: Gemalto‘s Xavier Larduinat on the future of borders and digital identities

Xavier Larduinat, Marketing & Communication manager for Innovation at Gemalto, explores the future of digital identity, the Thales acquisition and other trends in an exclusive interview with Security Document World.

Interview: Sean Farrell, Head of Portfolio Management, Government Solutions, SITA

Planet Biometrics discussed the future of biometric travel technology with Sean Farrell, head of Portfolio Management, Government Solutions, SITA.

More articles >>
Share |

Sponsored Links

SDW Conference and Exhibition
SDW is a world-leading conference and exhibition providing a global showcase for next-generation secure credentialing solutions.