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  1. Vision 2020: Smart Secure Devices Xavier Larduinat WISTP’08 – Sevilla – May 14, 2008

  2. From Smart Cards … …to Smart Secure Devices

  3. Introducing • An industry association with all industry contributors to the making of Smart Secure Devices • Smart Cards manufacturers • Integrated Circuits manufacturers • Software vendors • Applications developers • The Goal • Promote the use of Smart Secure Devices in the Digital World for: • Security • Convenience • Privacy http://www.eurosmart.com

  4. Vision 2020 • Smart Secure Devices to help our lives become easier, safer and more enjoyable, without jeopardizing our privacy. • A vision paper by Eurosmart

  5. Smart Cards today in our everyday lives Loyalty Transport Ticketing Communication Payment Health card Smart Poster

  6. So many Smart Cards with us at all times….. • In our GSM phone (the SIM card) • Inside our Wallets • Credit/Debit cards • HealthCare cards • Loyalty cards • …/… • Our corporate badge • Our Passport • Our e-Banking OTP • … and the list keeps growing

  7. Key Attributes Security to make the Digital Life safe and enjoyable Ease of Use to enable all of us to access to the Digital World Privacy to respect each individual’s freedom and intimacy

  8. From 1 billion to 4 billion units in 10 years… 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Worldwide smart card shipments 4285 3580 Microprocessor cards Memory cards 3325 Millions of units 2655 960 925 925 960

  9. The SIM card success story 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 2006 2007 2008 Microprocessor Smart Cards Shipments ( Millions of units ) 295 +31% 225 580 +10% +16% Telecom (SIM) 500 205 +22% Banking - Retail 410 Identity & others +15% 3000 +27% 2600 2040

  10. 12 years ago…1996 The Internet was literally nonexistent. It would have been very optimistic in 1996 to foresee 3.3 billion cell phone users in 2008. Smart payments solutions were available only in a limited number of countries.

  11. 12 years from now…2020 • Wisdom tells us that we should only expect baby steps... But look at the pace of changes in the last 12 years! • Smart Cards will pioneer the way for Smart Secure Devices • New shapes to better fit new types of transactions • New functions (contactless, biometrics) • New applications

  12. It’s no longer only «Cards»e-Passport: the first Smart Secure Device 45 Millions e-Passports in 2007

  13. Our Industry is rapidely changing Interactive billboards Transports New solutions leveraging on mobile contactless services eTicketing Retail

  14. By 2020 … • 20 Billion Smart Secure Devices • >4 Billion Mobile Appliances users • >4 Billion e-ID documents in use

  15. 2020: New objects to follow the path of our daily lives • Three key enablers • Biometrics: «secrets» that always stay with us • Contactless: «fast and easy» device-reader interactions • Nanotechnologies: remove « size constraints » to keep those Secure Objects with us at all times • More developers will embrace Smart Secure Devices • Internet for e-commerce • Peer to Peer collaborative networks

  16. Secure Contactless: a reality today Contactless Payment : 45 Million new cards in 2007 Contactless Transport : 175 Million new cards in 2007 China: 800 Million Secure Contactless ID Cards

  17. 2020: Technologies dedicated to serve People • Our «digital personal attributes » • Unlike any other objects we use daily, Smart Secure Devices will more than ever represent our personal Identities and our personal assets • Security without any compromise of privacy • User privacy while delivering the service in a safe, efficient and convenient matter will always drive all our Research efforts • Under Governments leadership • Smart Secure Devices will enable large program deployment in the areas of Security, Health, Commerce, Transportation, Environment and Education

  18. Imagine one day in 2020 Each of us owns several “identities” that are legally and morally as important as our Surname Our Digital Assets are as sensitive as our Material Assets The paper document, established since the 15th century, is now challenged by e-Documents The school Education baseline for our kids is now: to read to write to use Digital Services

  19. E-Transactions in 2020 4 Billion mobile phone users worldwide(source: GSMA) The most intimate device will increasingly become a platform of choice to communicate, pay, work, travel and carry our identities Broadband Internet penetration rate >80%(source: FT) (in high GDP countries) The backbone of the Digital World that will unleash its full potential by 2020. 4 Billion Citizens carrying e-IDs A Win-Win between Citizens and their Governments: - More efficient and personalized services - More Security - Privacy

  20. New Markets will embrace the merits of Smart Secure Devices • Smart Secure Devices will find a natural fit whenever: • New H2H (Human-to-Human) or H2M (Human-to-Machine) transactions will require a local, sometimes off-line verification of the User Identity. • The fast growth of contactless technology will pave the way for many new applications aimed at speed and mobility. • Emerging Machine-to-Machine applications • Smart embedded modules will be the ‘brain’ in M2M enforcing rules and taking corrective actions in the event of errors during such transactions.

  21. Some examples of very likely areas of growth • Retail • Check-out/Payments • Smart Bulletin-Boards • Customer Relationship Management • Logistics Management for merchants • E-Commerce • E-Citizen • Fillings and Applications • Personalized Citizen-2-Representative relationship

  22. Machine-to-Machine:Computing vs Rules Enforcement • Computing • Systems execute programs to deliver a Service • Systems interact with the back-office with a network • Rules enforcement and Heuristics • The issuer delegates his authority for M2M transactions via a M2M Smart Secure Device • The Smart Secure Device executes transactions based on a set of pre-defined Heuristics.

  23. Machine-to-Machine:Making the Digital World intelligent • M2M like H2M interactions • Human-to-Machine interactions are customized by the user • M2M automation needs to account for unforeseen deviations, just like in H2M interactions • Smart Secure Devices for M2M • The brain of the Transactions • Handles standard situations • Fixes unexpected deviations • The “presence” of the Service Issuer • Risk Management • Corrective actions

  24. Safety, convenience and ease of use while preserving privacy • Trade-offs: Benefits of Smart Secure Devices always offset risks • Initiatives: Large scale projects will need boot-strapping. • Education: Teach Citizens the benefits of the Digital Age

  25. A larger family of customers and developers • New applications will attract new customers to our industry’s offerings, using our products and solutions to deliver their services to their customers • We will continue to set new standards for Software and Embedded Operating Systems to help our customers to deploy their Solutions faster and on a larger scale • Our industry know-how on how to make Billions-of-one unique objects will remain one of our Industry’s key attribute • New Services to deploy and operate those Smart Secure Devices • Small businesses entering the Digital Economy will drive a new demand for hosted services • Individual users of such Smart Secure Device will have access to more and more customizable Services. Our industry road toward 2020

  26. Smart Cards will evolve into a broader family of Devices • More new shapes for new applications • Our virtual « digital personal attributes » • Embedded software and ultra-embedded nanotechnologies • The only mistake to avoid for our Industry is to entertain an endless debate about fears. • We will build the best solutions and the best value for people to enjoy many new services • Political ownership and communication will be key to success • Education … more Education • Preparing people to use those Smart Secure Devices is as important as teaching them how to read and write. Conclusion… to be verified in 2020