A trusted computing environment, such as a smartcard, UICC, Java card, global platform, or the like may be used as a local host trust center and a proxy for a single-sign on (SSO) provider. This may be referred to as a local SSO provider (OP). This may be done, for example, to keep authentication traffic local and to prevent over the air communications, which may burden an operator network. To establish the OP proxy in the trusted environment, the trusted environment may bind to the SSO provider in a number of ways. For example, the SSO provider may interoperate with UICC-based UE authentication or GBA. In this way, user equipment may leverage the trusted environment in order to provide increased security and reduce over the air communications and authentication burden on the OP or operator network.