SK텔레콤, SC제일은행과 퀀텀 OTP 서비스 시작
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SK Telecom and SC First Bank start Quantum OTP service
Various financial transactions such as non-face-to-face registration, account opening, and remittance can be safely performed.
[The story of the case / Reporter Park Yeon-pa] = SK Telecom (CEO, Park Jung-ho) will be the first commercial bank to introduce a 5G quantum security financial transaction service in partnership with global bank SC First Bank (Chief Park Jong-bok).
First commercial bank to apply SKT quantum security to SC First Bank mobile OTP service
From the 17th, users of the world's first quantum security smartphone'Galaxy A Quantum' will be able to secure various financial transactions such as non-face-to-face subscription, account opening, and remittance with a quantum security-based mobile OTP (6-digit number) from the SC First Bank mobile banking app I can.
SK Telecom's Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) chipset mounted on the Galaxy A Quantum creates pure random numbers that are unpredictable and patternless. This quantum random number is a principle that further enhances security by encrypting the mobile OTP generation process of SC First Bank.
SK Telecom and SC First Bank are committed to building an environment where customers can use non-face-to-face financial transactions with greater peace of mind, and by applying world-class quantum security technology to mobile OTP services, the innovation of digital financial security is taken to the next level. Raised.
As the population of non-face-to-face financial services is increasing rapidly due to Corona 19 and the movement of digital transformation in the financial sector is also accelerating, the sphere of quantum security in the financial industry is expected to further expand. SC First Bank's monthly average mobile OTP issuance this year also increased by more than 10% compared to last year.
Quantum security 5G smartphone worked. Expand application of quantum security in finance, authentication, and block chain
The Galaxy A Quantum, launched on May 22 by SK Telecom, exceeded 300,000 units in sales in about six months. Together with the S20 and Note 20, it is recording the highest sales volume among the Galaxy 5G smartphones released this year. For this reason, discussions with various manufacturers to expand the quantum security smartphone lineup are also actively underway.
SK Telecom is expanding quantum security across the fields of finance, authentication, and blockchain thanks to the strong sales of Galaxy A quantum. Galaxy A Quantum provides quantum security-based △T ID double login △SK Pay biometric authentication protection △Blockchain mobile electronic authentication service ‘initial’, and related services are steadily being upgraded even after launch.
TID dual login is a quantum OTP (one-time password) authentication function. Quantum OTP authentication was previously only available to Galaxy A Quantum users, but from the 12th, anyone can use the TID app only by installing the TID app regardless of the smartphone model.
TID is an integrated login service used by 20 million people in Korea and is linked to 30 sites such as T World, T Membership, 11st Street, Wave, and Flow.
Recently, the scope of application of the SK Pay biometric authentication protection function has also been expanded from offline to online. Customers who pay with SK Pay on the 11st App can protect their biometric authentication information (fingerprints) with quantum security. Previously, SK Pay was only possible when paying offline at convenience stores and restaurants.
When using the SK Pay app, SK Pay users can check the ‘SK Pay is protected by SKT 5GX Quantum’ message at the top of their smartphone screen and then pay with confidence.
As personal certificates that can be stored in the initials of the blockchain mobile electronic verification service are increasing, the'quantum wallet' function that safely stores various certificates with quantum security is also becoming useful.
Students of Dongguk University, Catholic University, and Korea Aviation University can easily obtain transcripts from the initial app and store them in the in-app quantum wallet from the end of this month. SK Telecom plans to expand this service to 19 universities within this year.
"The most important factor for customers who use mobile financial services through non-face-to-face channels is security that protects the safety of transactions," said Cho Hyung-ki, managing director of the Digital/Personal Banking Division of SC Cheil Bank. "Through this partnership with SK Telecom, customer convenience and digital innovation In addition, we will play a leading role in the field of customer information protection.”
Myung-jin Han, head of SK Telecom's MNO Marketing Group, said, “SK Telecom's global quantum security technology has already come into our customers' daily lives. We will continue to expand the quantum security ecosystem so that customers can use all ICT services with confidence.”
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