User-friendly eGovernment services even more inclusive
Now secure, transparent eGovernment services can be at anyone’s fingertips. Recognizing that not everyone has the same level of technology proficiency, Gemalto has taken a citizen-centric approach to smart card-based web service delivery with the release of
Government Digital Identity Services 2.0 by eliminating the need to install client middleware.
The third generation of its eGovernment authentication server solution opens access to a greater number of users. All it takes is the click of a mouse when a simple question is displayed inside a dialog box at the time of their first connection.
Government Digital Identity Services 2.0 radically simplifies the end-user interface to provide enhanced ease of use. To make access to eGovernment services even more inclusive, the solution’s portal-based universal browser access now offers compatibility with Apple Safari and Google Chrome. Engineered to deliver the highest possible level of online security, the latest release now enables digital signatures for both PDF documents and online forms.
In addition to plug-and-play connectivity from any computer,
the software features easy deployment that belies its highly sophisticated architecture and functionalities.
Digital Identity Services 2.0
now comes with nine all-new features:|
- Digital signature for PDF documents
- Digital signature for online forms
- Digital signature service (DSS protocol)
- Digital Signature Widget (DSW)
- Automated completion of online forms
- OpenID SSO support
- PINpad reader support
- Contactless reader support
- Integration with certificate authorities (OSCP & time stamping)
To make access to eGovernment services even more inclusive, the solution’s portal-based universal browser access now offers compatibility with Apple Safari and Google Chrome.