Synonyms for globalplatform or Related words with globalplatform
Examples of "globalplatform"
UICC configuration is a configuration of the
Card specification v2.2 aiming at standardizing a minimum interoperability for SIM/USIM products for supporting remote application management via OTA. The
UICC Configuration outlines a common and neutral environment to facilitate the secure delivery and management over-the-air (OTA) of new and creative mobile services to consumers.
Industry associations like
(working to standardize specifications for the TEE) and Trusted Computing Group (working to align
TEE specification with its Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology for enhanced mobile security) have undertaken work in recent years.
These following TEE specifications are currently available from the
The FIDO Alliance is collaborating with
to standardize the TEE for natural ID implementations.
is a non-profit association creates and publishes specifications for secure chip technology.
JCOP 3 supports various extensions, i.e. MIFARE DESFIRE management support for MIFARE4Mobile. It is important to know that usage of extensions used in applets (not part of Java Card and
specifications) makes this applications not portable to other Java Card and
compliant operating systems.
The term is a standardized name used by the GSM Association,
, the European Payments Council, and the NFC Forum.
The integration of the ETSI framework and the Application management framework of
is standardized in the UICC configuration.
Joint venture formed by ARM, Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient (G&D), Trustonic, was the first to qualify a
-compliant TEE product in 2013.
While there are a number of proprietary systems,
is working to standardize the TEE. Standardizing the TEE is crucial for mobile wallets, NFC payment implementations, premium content protection and bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives.
This document specifies configuration requirements for implementing
specifications on the UICC platform specified in ETSI specifications TS 102 221, TS 102 223, TS 102 225 and TS 102 226.
The Open Smart Card Development Platform (OpenSCDP) provides a collection of tools that support users in the development, test and deployment of smart card applications. The platform supports
Scripting, Profile and Messaging technology.
is committed to ensuring a standardized level of security for embedded applications on secure chip technology. It has developed an open and thoroughly evaluated trusted execution environment (TEE) ecosystem with accredited laboratories and evaluated products. This certification scheme created to certify a TEE product in 3 months has been launched officially in June 2015
The micro-SIM was introduced by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) along with SCP, 3GPP (UTRAN/GERAN), 3GPP2 (CDMA2000), ARIB, GSM Association (GSMA SCaG and GSMNA),
, Liberty Alliance, and the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) for the purpose of fitting into devices too small for a mini-SIM card.
The Common Criteria portal has officially listed the
TEE Protection Profile on its website, under the Trusted Computing category. This important milestone means that industries using TEE technology to deliver services such as premium content and mobile wallets, or enterprises and governments establishing secure mobility solutions, can now formally request that TEE products are certified against this security framework.
members drive the organization through a Board of Directors, an Advisory Council, three technical committees five strategic task forces; ID, internet-of-things, mobile, premium content, security and also two regional task forces : China and Japan. Day-to-day activity is managed by an executive team comprising an executive director, technical director, operations secretariat and compliance secretariat.
In July 2010
first announced their own standardisation of the TEE, focusing first on the client API (the interface to the TEE within the mobile OS) which was expanded later to include the TEE internal API, a Remote Administration framework, a compliance programme and standardised security level.
membership combines active representation from diverse sectors closely associated with secure chip technology deployment, including payment, mobile NFC, government/ID, transit, healthcare and retail. Sector specific members include payment associations, mobile network operators, public sector organizations and government agencies.
oneM2M was formed in July 2012 and consists of eight of the world's preeminent standards development organizations (SDOs), notably: ARIB (Japan), ATIS (United States), CCSA (China), ETSI (Europe), TIA (USA), TSDSI (India), TTA (Korea) and TTC (Japan). together with six industry fora, consortia or standards bodies (Broadband Forum, CEN, CENELEC,
, Next Generation M2M Consortium, OMA).
Commercial TEE solutions based on ARM TrustZone technology which conformed to the TR1 standard such as Trusted Foundations, developed by Trusted Logic, were later launched. This software would become part of the Trustonic joint venture, and the basis of future
Copyright © 2017