IDDY Award Winner Case Study: NTT Enables SSO to a PC with Strong Authentication Via a Mobile-Phone

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IDDY Award Winner Case Study: NTT Enables SSO to a PC with Strong Authentication Via a Mobile-Phone
Presented by Kenji Takahashi of NTT
NTT Labs has developed SASSO, a personal Identity Provider that enables users to single-sign-on to a PC and leverage the strong authentication capabilities of the mobile phone to conduct a wide range of secure identity-based transactions. SASSO uses the increasingly ubiquitous mobile phone as an Identity Provider (IdP) to allow users to access a Service Provider (SP). Once authenticated by their own mobile phone, the IdP on the mobile phone issues a SAML assertion signed by a private key and sends that assertion to SPs. The application drives strong authentication into online transactions and leverages the convenience and privacy capabilities of the mobile phone to allow users to better control their own identity information.

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