Securing people, networks and data
IDGo 800 Mobile is a family of middleware and SDKs that
enable enterprises to manage access to physical and network security systems
through use of Gemalto IDPrime MD smart cards and Secure Elements on Mobile
platforms: including contact and contactless smart cards, MicroSD cards,
UICC-SIM cards and embedded Secure Elements (eSE). IDGo 800 Mobile protects
against unauthenticated network access and online identity theft. In addition,
it supports certificate-based services for strong authentication, digital
signature, data encryption, and secure remote access.
A solution for the future
Today, there are more than 10 million Gemalto smart card
devices being used around the world. From smart card tokens to badges, to
mobile solutions, the demand for smaller, less intrusive security devices is
driving development at lightning speed. In the next two to five years, the next
generation of handsets BYOD/ mobile desktop will increase needs for Secure
Elements and there are a host of possibilities on the horizon. The added value
of IDGo 800 Mobile is that this middleware will evolve with the technology.
Gemalto will continuously embed new drivers for the future secure elements as
soon as they are available (UICC-SIM, MicroSD, TEE, eSE, tokens, etc) and will
provide updates as part of the support and maintenance contract.
Available for all platforms
On mobile platforms, IDGo 800 Mobile middleware architecture
is rich and includes an OTP-OATH API, a PC-SC API and a range of drivers to
interface with a larger range of secure elements and smart card readers. The
IDGo 800 Mobile SDK includes 3 different sample applications in native language
(Java or Objective C) that show how to implement the libraries.
When interfacing with IDGo 800 Mobile middleware, Gemalto
technological partners can easily add the highest security level to their
present software-based mobile applications, addressing a larger customer base
that needs to protect their data and networks with the well-established PKI and
OTP technologies. Organizations such as banks, governments, insurance
providers, universities, hospitals, and certificate authorities that have
already deployed PKI smart cards need a solution to keep up with the growing
mobile trend, while working seamlessly with existing infrastructure.