Telco companies have been struggling for years now, to get new services to the masses, but so far with little success. At the same time traditional, voice related revenue models start pointing at a steady decrease and telcos are at risk to be reduced to IP tunnel provider services for Skype & Co. On the other side, the Web 2.0 wave has been giving ground to a large number of new applications with appeal and great user numbers. Many of these applications would not only make sense if they run on a mobile phone, but could even add value if combined with location based context.
The more such services are being personalized, the more essential it is to protect user profiles from unauthorized use. Therefore, in order to open mobile networks to the success of Web 2.0 and gain new revenue models, mobile identity, privacy and security are key issues to be solved. Managing identities in a mobile environment securely yet privacy enhanced is only possible if the user himself has complete control.
- How will future devices and their operating systems support the mobility of user centric identities?
- Which standards will be the most important ones for privacy enhanced, secure mobile Identities?
- User Centric Identity in Mobile Environments – Just an Illusion?24.04.2008 10:30-11:30
- User Centric Identity in Mobile Environments – Just an Illusion?This talk will show that the aim of user-centric identity management to place the user in control of his personal data is an illusion. Stakeholders such as companies, authorities as well as attackers have a too strong interest in user specific profiles and context information. So, they usually have their very own view on what “user-centric” means. However, there is concepts like privacy-enhanced personalisation which can help to enable the user to protect his privacy in…Mobile Identity 2.0Merging User-Centric and Corporation-Centric Identity Management in TelcosWill user-centric identity management eventually replace “corporation-centric” identity management? What exactly are the relations between those two totally diverse paradigms and what relevance do they have for telcos? Jörg Heuer from Deutsche Telekom Labs will propose answers to these questions, which are becoming vital not only for telcos.
- Mobile Identity Business Models24.04.2008 11:30-12:30
- Towards a Global Industry Standard for Mobile IdentityPanel: And where are the Mobile Identity Business-Models?