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expense reports by staff members at the Department of Trade and Industry in the United Kingdom Many of SmartSignature s original mobile trust and security elements are built into this application, but with fewer participants to coordinate, the complexity and expense of the implementation are greatly reduced This puts the spotlight back on the original driving force behind SmartSignature delivering a secure mobile transaction in the simplest possible package
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There is a convergence of smart card platforms (SCPs) being led by the most widely and intensely used smart card, the SIM This unified multi-application SCP is being codified by ETSI s SCP project under the chairmanship of Dr Klaus Vedder The platform is called the UICC (which does NOT stand for Universal Integrated Circuit Card or anything else) Details of the project, the minutes of its plenary meetings and all of its documents are available at http://docboxetsiorg/tech-org/scp/Document/scp The evolution from the single-function, purpose-built card to a multipurpose application platform while maintaining a maximal degree of backward compatibility is not an easy task and can generate some fairly messy intermediate constructs along the way As of this writing, the journey is really only starting, but we can already see in the distance some of the defining features of where we are going This final chapter is about the next step in the evolution of the SIM, the UICC The defining property of the UICC is that it carries applications from different providers For example, it could have a USIM application provided by Vodafone, a credit/debit application provided by Citibank, travel and entertainment applications provided by American Express, and a loyalty application provided by Cathay Airlines Today all of these applications would be on separate cards and their implementations would assume that they owned the cards and everything on those cards You can imagine the challenge of getting these headstrong folks to cooperate with each other, but that is exactly the challenge of the SCP The first step in the evolution from multiple pieces of plastic to one smart chip with multiple applications is to (gently) lift the bag of bits of each application off its card and put those bags together side by side on the same card and run them one at a time Each has its own set of data files and each is the only kid on the block when it is active The next step is to get them to share data After all, if you change your business telephone number, you don t want to have to give the new number to the same card four times You want to report it once and have all the applications share it The final step is to enable the applications to run concurrently just like they do on your laptop You want to use the USIM application to get on and stay on the network while you use the Citibank application to pay for a music download for which, of course, you want to collect airline points Running each application in isolation is not particularly difficult and not particularly useful You select one application, interact with
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it, kill it, select another application, interact with it, and so forth This is the model of the Global Platform You have fewer pieces of plastic in your wallet or purse but imagine having to reboot Windows each time you wanted to change from reading your e-mail to working on your Power Point presentation, never mind not being able to send an attachement in an e-mail Nevertheless, multiple applications running concurrently are a very large conceptual leap for the people who have been used to thinking of smart cards in terms of the printing on the outside rather than the bits on the inside It is a small step for technology but a very big step for brand managers When you run one application at a time in isolation, the card acts like a stand-alone card as described in the previous chapters Therefore, we needn t spend any more time on this first step What is interesting from a technical point of view is the second and third steps in the evolution of single-application cards to a multi-application platform: data sharing and concurrent execution These two topics as defined by the SCP are what we cover in this final chapter Before diving into the technical details, it must be observed in passing that some applications on the multi-application UICC platform are more equal than others Even though they share the file system and the processor, some belong to the entity that actually issued and owns the physical card These issuer applications are responsible for the overall coherency of the card and thus have the ability to keep everybody in line If you were paying amazingly close attention in 9, you would remember that TAR value 00 00 00 was allocated to the Card Manager This is the capo de capo of applications on the UICC In the case of a 3GPP UICC with a USIM card, the Card Manager application would be owned by the network operator and one can certainly expect that the operator s applications will have rights and privileges that are not given to other applications (Figure 14-1)
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