Meo adopts public authentication key

Thursday 12 July 2018 | 13:56 CET | News
Portuguese citizens and businesses can now use the Digital Mobile Key (CMD) designed for public administration sites also on the websites of companies as a means of authentication. The first companies that have implemented the CMD are power company EDP, telecom operator Meo and the Millennium BCP bank. With a simple PIN of 4 to 8 digits sent to the user's mobile phone by SMS, the CMD allows online access to a range of portals and digital services and the signature of electronic documents. 

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Categories: General
Companies: Meo
Countries: Portugal
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