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1 Seminario de Biometría 2006 Ministry of Interior
08/08/06 Seminario de Biometría 2006 Ministry of Interior Arnaud Laurans VP Latin America Identity Buenos Aires, Argentina November 23th, 2006 Please note: There will be 4 presentations Marketing Plan/Travel Documents Marketing Plan/Healthcare Marketing Plan/National ID & Driver’s licenses Solutions (covering all three in more detail on solution side – however note that Marketing Plans touch solutions from marketing perspective, e.g. when looking at Superior customer benefits) Stéfane Mouille

2 Gemalto = Gemplus + Axalto Combining our assets: serving you better
08/08/06 Gemalto = Gemplus + Axalto Combining our assets: serving you better US$2.2 billion in combined pro-forma 2005 revenue US$2.7 billion in market capitalization 11,000 employees, 65 nationalities at your service 21 production sites, 32 personalization centers, 9 R&D centers and 120 sales and marketing offices Combined R&D spend US$146 million) in 2005, with over 1500 R&D engineers Stéfane Mouille

3 Gemalto in Latin America and Caribbean Islands
08/08/06 Gemalto in Latin America and Caribbean Islands Stéfane Mouille

4 Agenda Foreword: ID market trends e-Passport & e-ID E-HealthCare
08/08/06 Agenda Foreword: ID market trends e-Passport & e-ID Sweden Case E-HealthCare French Case – Vitale Stéfane Mouille

5 Growing market subject to political uncertainty
08/08/06 Growing market subject to political uncertainty Terrorism/Immigration/Fraud US and EU decision for ePass roll out EU decision for a common eID card Admin cost reduction (Health) Privatization of state-owned NP/perso center starting Political uncertainty (financing, privacy concern and political changes) National Preference Standard and interoperability Project based and long sales process Privacy concern continue to hurdle Source: Gemalto marketing, June 06 Stéfane Mouille

6 Non secure IDs generate costs & risks
08/08/06 Non secure IDs generate costs & risks Illegally obtain country welfare and benefits Illegal immigration or residency Enter a country illegally, reside in the country illegally Enables ID theft: fraudulent people do fraudulent actions on other’s behalf 214,905 complaints filed in 2003 for ID theft in the US (+28% vs. 2002) Probably over 2,700 related to fake driving licenses alone UK estimate: the cost of total ID fraud to the economy: £1,7bn ($2,5 bn) Eases illegal driving, increasing accidents In the US in 2000, drivers with illegal Driving License generated 6,200 fatalities, and had a total economic cost of USD 25 billion Creates opportunities for terrorist acts 9/11 terrorists used invalid Driving License to board plane Rights linked to citizenship are of intrest Fake driving licences can be orderer even over the www Payments, taxation… 9/11 was the day that the rules of the game changed in terms of identity The bottom line is that even though we live in the state of media fear, governments can save a lot of money by implementing more secure identity schemes Stéfane Mouille

7 Security & Privacy: main underlying concerns
08/08/06 Security & Privacy: main underlying concerns E-documents offer strongest Security, based on secure chips… Conventional ID documents are increasingly subject to forgery. Visual elements provide insufficient confidence in the authenticity of the document. Chips add a new incremental degree of security to the passport Ultimate hardware security Fast reading speed … while enabling Privacy Chip has unmatched ability to protect information from unauthorized access. Checks are done without accessing a database Sensitive information is in the citizen pocket and remains there Citizens want to maintain full control over their personal data, especially biometrics Deployment success depends on citizens’ confidence By combining visual & electronic security while ensuring privacy, e-docuement is a powerful tool for control authorities Stéfane Mouille

8 Standardization Passports standardized in EU
08/08/06 Standardization Passports standardized in EU Minimum security features 2005 Jan Electronic passports Aug Fingerprints June Council Regulation referring to ICAO recommendations, national legislation to be prepared in member states ICAO Technical Reports: LDS, Biometrics Deployment, PKI Polycarbonate ideal for top security and ePassport (ISO standards 7810, 7816, 14443) Stéfane Mouille

9 E-passport Migration agenda
08/08/06 E-passport Migration agenda EU defined deadline for EU 25 EU 25 must deploy electronic passport with containing facial image June 2006 US defined deadline for Visa Waiver Countries (VWC) VWC must have started the migration toward electronic passport October 2006 December 2007 EU defined deadline for EU 25 EU 25 must implement fingerprints on electronic passport Stéfane Mouille

10 Gemalto ID References 08/08/06 Application Gemalto references
National ID Austria Belgium Ecuador Finland Malaysia Oman Qatar Singapore Sweden Tunisia UAE Passport Czech Republic Denmark France Lithuania Portugal Norway Slovenia EU Biodev (eVisa) US Reg Traveller Driver License Car Registration, Argentina El Salvador India Tachograph Andorra Luxembourg Netherlands Spain Slovakia Immigration, Resident Brazil Colombia Mexico Philippines Healthcare Algeria China Europe E111 France SV , CPS Germany Puerto Rico Stéfane Mouille

11 E-passport & E-ID Sweden case
08/08/06 E-passport & E-ID Sweden case Stéfane Mouille

12 Sweden Population: 8.6 Mu Current situation
08/08/06 Sweden Population: 8.6 Mu Current situation Issuer of passports: Police (Rikspolisstyrelsen / RPS) E-Passport & e-ID since Oct. 2005 Contract term Contract value: 100M€, doc + perso. E-Passport: 800Ku / year E-ID: 1.2 Mu / year First country in Europe to issue an e-passport and the first in the world to combine e-Passport and e-ID. Fully revised booklet design with several new security features incl. polycarbonate data page with embedded chip & antenna Stéfane Mouille

13 Innovative solution for 2 e-documents
08/08/06 Innovative solution for 2 e-documents In Sweden, the main government challenge was to set up a comprehensive electronic Passport and electronic National ID solution fully compliant with European and ICAO requirements. The team, which has been selected by the Swedish government is made of: The Swedish Police - the issuer of theses documents is also the PKI operator SpeedIdentity, which provides the enrolments stations and Gemalto, the prime contractor, is the booklet manufacturer and the perso solution provider The results of this collaboration work are that the first electronic passport has been delivered on October, 3rd Sweden is the first European country to issue an electronic passport and is the first in the world to combine e passport and e ID card. A comprehensive e-Passport and e-ID scheme, fully compliant with EU and ICAO Module / Inlay Card / Passport Personalization Solution Enrollment Verification / Border control Personalization Service CMS KMS Perso Equip Data Prep Stéfane Mouille

14 Sweden Documents Migration
08/08/06 Sweden Documents Migration National e-passport with polycarbonate data page chip inside data page 32K memory to store LDS with facial image only centralized personalization National Express e-passport with polycarbonate data page decentralized personalization Temporary passport (paper based) Special passports National Electronic Identity Card National passport with polycarbonate data page Temporary passport (paper based) Special passports No national ID card issued by the police Oct 2005 Stéfane Mouille

15 Personalization Process Centralized vs. De-centralized
08/08/06 Personalization Process Centralized vs. De-centralized Both models used at the moment Now smaller laser-engraving machines available for low volume personalization Centralized has several advantages due to better security management: No virgin booklets in several locations Enhanced physical and logical security in one location, also less expensive More effective process due to economics of scale Polycarbonate e-passport can apply both models Stéfane Mouille

16 Sweden e-ID card 5 years validity Application fee 400 SEK (~ 40 EUR)
08/08/06 Sweden e-ID card 5 years validity Application fee 400 SEK (~ 40 EUR) Same information as in the passports Same process as for the passport Same IT-system as for the passport Enrolment at the police Retrieval at the police stations Electronic Identity No magnetic stripe nor bar code MRZ on the back side Stéfane Mouille

17 Two in One Polycarbonate Card Body Contact chip for eID ISO 7816
08/08/06 Two in One Polycarbonate Card Body Contact chip for eID ISO 7816 Contactless chip same as the passport ISO 14443 Stéfane Mouille

18 Features of the contactless chip
08/08/06 Features of the contactless chip Follows the recommendations from ICAO LDS (Logical Data Structure) EU regulations Same contents as in the ePassport Passive authentication Basic Access Control Type B 32K chip Contactless chip same as the passport ISO 14443 Stéfane Mouille

19 Biometrics Facial image (token image), < 20K, JPEG format Signature
08/08/06 Biometrics Facial image (token image), < 20K, JPEG format Signature Height Enrolment at the Police Fingerprints within 3 years (2 fingers) Contactless chip same as the passport ISO 14443 Stéfane Mouille

20 Contact chip Electronic ID and digital signature
08/08/06 Contact chip Electronic ID and digital signature PKI enabled with 32K memory PKI key pair pre-generated No certificate in the beginning Together with Statskontoret Contact chip for eID ISO 7816 Stéfane Mouille

21 Enrolment process Application Delivery Police assistant RPS CA ICAO
08/08/06 Enrolment process Application Delivery Police assistant Identification Identification Read and control the chip Give the document to the applicant Picture Signature (Fingerprints) Production file Deliver document to the Police station Manufacturer AB Svenska Pass ICAO Public key Public Key Directory RPS CA Signed information Stéfane Mouille

22 E-ID Summary High security ID document visually and electronically
08/08/06 E-ID Summary High security ID document visually and electronically A passport in ID1 form factor Biometrics supported as in National e-passport Enrolment process exactly same as in e-passport Contact chip enables also e-government and private sector e-services Stéfane Mouille

23 E- Healthcare French Case – Vitale
08/08/06 E- Healthcare French Case – Vitale Stéfane Mouille

24 E-Healthcare is a global trend
08/08/06 E-Healthcare is a global trend Healthcare system : Answers the basic need of security Allows economy growth Manages Billions of Euros per year Is a Key cost center for the national competitiveness In a challenging worldwide eco-system, Healthcare and Social systems need for a better control and cost reduction : From paper forms to e-documents From 1st Generation of e-document to 2nd generation of e-document and pre-authorization Shared personal medical file European harmonization by 2010 : project -> geographic mobility Stéfane Mouille

25 e-Healthcare & Social Systems
08/08/06 The main drivers are: Dematerialize the medical prescription from paper to electronic reduce costs and increase efficiency Pre-authorize on line the health transaction : Control the validity of the right of the patient Secure the distribution of social fund to the poor population : Use the electronic cash functionality Two types of e-healthcare system : Off-line : Allows decentralized system even in remote area (no IP or telecom infrastructure) On-line : Strong control on the validity of right Possibility to update easily the card parameters Most of the time : System starts with off-line then introduce the on-line function Can be a mix of both on-line in the city and off-line in the remote area  Smart card is the best proven technology Stéfane Mouille

26 French Case - Vitale Eco system Concept of the “Vitale“ project
08/08/06 French Case - Vitale Eco system The first French Healthcare system is born in 1830 The current system is still the same since 1948 Healthcare spending in 2005 : 190 Billions Euros National Health insurances : 136 Billion € Complementary Health insurances : 30 Billion € Paid by the patient : 24 Billion € State Budget = 320 Billions Euros In 1995 : first deployment of e-healthcare application “Vitale” project Concept of the “Vitale“ project Reduce the operating cost of the French insurances Create an IT system for Healthcare saving of 300 Meuro per year On going project “Vitale2 “ On-line capability Possibility to run multi application – Healthcare and then pay for the debit card E-prescriptions Prepare the techno based for the central Medical Data File FORECAST Stéfane Mouille

27 The French Architecture
08/08/06 The French Architecture Stéfane Mouille

28 Electronic claim creation
08/08/06 Electronic claim creation Stéfane Mouille

29 Benefits of the VITALE card
08/08/06 Benefits of the VITALE card For the insurances Cost reduction of 300 Meuro per year Better tractability of the costs allowing better focus on cost reductions Patients Are reimburse in a 5 days instead of 1 month Easy to use and convenient Stéfane Mouille

30 08/08/06 Thank you Stéfane Mouille


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