11 Sep 2017

G+D Mobile Security offers geo-redundant eSIM Management services

G+D Mobile Security has received GSMA’s Security Accreditation Scheme Subscription Management Certification (SAS-SM) for its US-based data center. Coupled with its certified data center in Europe, this certification grants G+D Mobile Security the ability to provide fully certified geo-redundancy for its eSIM Management services for both IoT and Consumer use cases, creating industry confidence in the security of its remote provisioning for eSIMs.

GSMA’s well-established SAS certification for UICC Production (SAS-UP) has been modified to accommodate the specific requirements of eSIM Management. GSMA SAS-SM provides a security review of operations and a uniform approach to security audits. The SAS-SM process ensures certified eSIM Management services are delivered with the utmost level of security.

“With this certification, G+D Mobile Security confirms our high level of commitment to security and creating confidence for our customers,” commented Carsten Ahrens, CEO of G+D Mobile Security. “We are ready for the next wave of eSIM management growth, bringing increased interoperability between mobile network operators, service providers, original equipment manufacturers and end user managers.”

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