More on the "Identity Assurance programme "
fw at deneb.enyo.de
Wed Nov 2 22:32:20 GMT 2011
* James Firth:
> I know it doesn't need saying, but I am going to anyway. Given this, and the
> obvious commercial and cost-saving benefits to banks etc, why the hell is
> £10m of public money being chucked at the problem?
Doesn't EU regulation forbid electronic enrollment? And after that
step, why would a bank would want to rely on third party for a core
aspect of their customer interaction?
(In some markets, this is already a reality with one-time passwords
delivered by SMS. I'm not a business guy, so I can't quite grasp why
anyone would subject themselves to the whims of mobile phone operators
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