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Method and System for Secure Personal Data Transfer

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000235023D
Publication Date: 2014-Feb-25
Document File: 1 page(s) / 58K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for securely transmitting personal information from a personal computing device to a requesting device without requiring a voice input.

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Method and System for Secure Personal Data Transfer

Disclosed is a method and system for securely transmitting personal information from a personal computing device such as, but not limited to, a mobile device, a laptop, and a desktop, to a requesting device such as, but not limited to, a server, a mobile device, a laptop, and a desktop. Examples of personal information can be, but need not be limited to, name, contact information, social security number (SSN), credit card information and debit card information.

In an embodiment, the method and system requires a data schema to be defined so that participating devices can exchange personal information. Further, the data schema includes keys for details such as, but not limited to, first name, last name, SSN, passport number, phone number, driving license number and street address. The keys are used to request and exchange personal information. In one implementation, the method and system provides an application on the personal computing device and the receiving device for enabling exchange of the personal information.

In an embodiment, the method and system includes generating a request from a requesting device. For example, a user of the requesting device selects the keys on the requesting device for which the user wants to request personal information from one or more recipients.

The method and system then establishes a secure connection between the requesting and one or more receiving devices of the one or more recipients. The requesting device see...