Cl@ve is the common platform of the National Administrative Public Sector for identification, authentication and electronic signature by using shared keys, open for use by all levels of government. It is a system aimed to unify and simplify electronic access by citizens to public services, whose main goal is to allow a citizen to identify and authenticate in front of a public body using shared keys, without remembering different keys for accessing different services. It complements the current systems based on DNI-e and electronic certificates, by providing two modalities of electronic identification based on the use of shared keys: * Cl@ve PIN: User (NIF) + Password formed by two parts, one part chosen by the citizen, the other a code sent by SMS to her mobile phone with limited validity in time. It is intended for users accessing services sporadically. * Cl@ve permanente: User (NIF) + password defined and kept by the citizen, reinforced (if required) by a code sent by SMS to herclave- mobile phone.
Number of direct authentication by Permanent Key in Social Security:
Número total de autenticaciones directas por Cl@ve Permanante en Seg. Social. Este indicador se obtiene con el Nº de autenticaciones Cl@ve Permanente con OTP (One Time Password) + Nº de autenticaciones Cl@ve Permanente sin OTP (One Time Password) - Nº autenticaciones en la pasarela Cl@ve con IdP = SEGSOC (Seguridad Social).