Tag: ETSI TS 102 207

MSS Roaming

In Mobile Signature Service (MSS), messages are routed between Mobile Signature Service Providers (MSSPs). Interconnected MSSPs are called a Mesh. The point of interconnecting MSSPs is that Application Providers (APs) can reach any Mobile User that’s connected to any of the

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Solution Examples

Standard Example The standard example solution presents the default components of a Kiuru MSSP system. Kiuru RADIUS server can be used to enable access to the company VPN using mobile signatures. Application providers connect to the Acquiring Entity using ETSI

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MSSP Metadata

A mobile signature service needs agreements between mobile signature system entities. These entities must share system identifiers, SOAP bindings, services, certificates, and so on. An MSSP metadata specification is useful for describing this information in a commonly understandable way. An

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ETSI TS 102 207 introduces the Mesh as an interoperability network between MSSP entities. Mobile Signature roaming requires: A dispute resolution policy between Application Provider, end-user, Home MSSP, Acquiring Entity and all the intermediaries involved in the roaming of the

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