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Smartcards in secure Electronic Commerce

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This module will emphasise the need for good security management. Its aims are to identify the problems associated with security management and to show how various (major) organisations solve those problems. An introduction to cryptography and security mechanisms [690IC02] The approach of this module is non-technical. The main objective is to introduce the students to the main types of cryptographic mechanism, to the security services which they can provide, and to their management, including key management. The mathematical content of this module is minimal. Support materials for the ...
(EDI), e-commerce payment systems have become increasingly popular due to the widespread use of the internet-based shopping and banking. In the early years of B2C transactions, many consumers were apprehensive of using their credit and debit cards over the internet because of the perceived increased risk of fraud . Recent research shows that 30% of people in the United Kingdom still do not shop online because they do not trust online payment systems. However, 54% do believe that it is safe to shop online which is an increase from 26% in 2006 . There are numerous different payments systems available for online merchants. These ...
Java and Cryptographic Smartcards
This document is to highlight the important details of Cryptographic smart cards and their accessing mechanisms from Java applications. This also provides information on how to establish SSL connection with mutual authentication using Smartcards and PKCS#11. Cryptographic smartcard Introduction The emerging world of e-commerce depends on security services: user authentication key distribution data integrity and confidentiality digital signatures / non-repudiation Smart cards and cryptography are helpful tools for implementing these services What is a Smartcard? A smart card is a device that feels and looks like a credit card, ... market research, surveys and trends
final project
Do you remember the days when you used to carry a cell phone around and it would be very heavy, wouldn’t fit in your pocket, or be bigger than a pocketbook that you would carry? Those days are long gone now with today`s cell phones being smaller, lighter, and faster than ever. The type of technology that we have put into our cell phones is astonishing considering the short time period we did it in. The Future of Cell Phones discusses how far our cell phones have come in the last decade, and offers ideas of what might take place in the future. The one key element to the evolution of the cell phone is the 3G network. The 3G ... market research, surveys and trends


In your pocket: smartcards - IEEE Spectrum
access and electronic commerce. Microsoft ... in software on a user's PC or on a smartcard device-to secure Internet connections. Silicon in the card ..... 51 percent of Mondex. Another electronic purse system was ... smartcards More than five million de- vices in the United States can deal with ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Make Way for M-Commerce
HANNOVER, Germany -- If the buzz at this year's CeBIT is to be believed, then wireless technology will usher in the next wave of electronic commerce -- the so-called m-commerce. But even good old-fashioned e-commerce lacks the security to handle the billions of dollars in transactions made over the Internet, security advocates lament. They say that smartcards, especially those enhanced with biometrics, could serve as the new backbone for safe electronic transactions. The hall for card technology and security equipment at CeBIT -- the world's largest computer fair, taking place in this northern German city through 1 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Net1 Provides Update on SASSA Contract
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, Jul 01, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Net 1 UEPS Technologies, Inc. ("Net1" or the "Company") /quotes/comstock/15*!ueps ( 13.22 , +0.07 , +0.53% ) (JSE: NT1) today announced that negotiations regarding the current agreement with the South African Social Security Agency ("SASSA") for the payment of social welfare grants which expired on June 30, 2010, have not been finalized and are ongoing. Net1 is committed to delivering the highest level of service to the South African government and its citizens, and continues to provide its payment service to SASSA, having ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Smart Card Talk Newsletter
I want to begin this month’s commentary by thanking all of the sponsors, exhibitors, attendees, and especially the speakers for helping to make the 2010 Smart Card Alliance Annual Conference in Scottsdale, AZ in May a huge success. I was worried about how this event would fare since we were starting over in 2010 with our own standalone conference after the demise of the joint conference held with CTST in 2008 and 2009. The success of this year’s event proves that great content and a great location (the Marriott Camelback Inn was spectacular) will attract an audience–with just under 300 delegates attending the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Yet another log-in authentication using N-dimensional construction ...
[IO] M. Stirland, "Smartcards in Secure Electronic Commerce," Informalion. Securiry TechnicalReporr, Vol. 3, No. 2. pp. 41-54, 1998. [Ill S.J. Wang and 1. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Interoperable Infrastructures for Distributed Electronic Commerce
From 1994-1998, the bulk of ATP funding was applied to specific focused program areas—multi-year efforts aimed at achieving specific technology and business goals as defined by industry. ATP revised its competition model in 1999 and opened Competitions to all areas of technology. For more information on previously funded ATP Focused Programs, visit our website at . Prepared by: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Advanced Technology Program (ATP) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Altered States: Electronic Commerce and Owning the Means of Value ...
The use of integrated circuit cards (smart cards) to replace magnetic .... program for electronic commerce called Secure Buy,11 which is based on Open ...
Which have been the top innovations in retail banking & payments ...
In the last 10 years the Internet / IP enabling of financial services made virtually everything else possible. Just off the top of my head: - IP service at the point of sale opened the QSR market to faster-than-cash payments; - m-commerce wouldn't exist in any meaningful sense without it; - richer information can flow more quickly between transacting parties; - significant barriers to commerce such as location and sophistication of the buyer and seller have been flattened; - IP technology is breaking the stranglehold of paper and major card payments in many industries (e-invoicing, PayPal, consumer-initiated bill payments, ...
Google Answers: Who Sells Electronic Signature / Digital Signature ...
I am looking for a software product which will allow me to have people electronically "sign" a document over the internet. I am familiar with only one product: the PRONTO server by AlphaTrust [ ]. This seems quite remarkable... I would expect some of the major Digital Certificate providers or other computer security companies to offer competing products. Can you find at least 3 companies which offer electronic signature or digital signature products (which is NOT the same as digital certificates). mcherm-ga rated this answer: This was an excellent answer -- a topic which I felt was quite ...