Krowne was tasked to create content on the topic of Mobile ID. This vast segment was narrowed down to focus on the challenges of the public sector and Mobile ID implementations . The paper was co-published with Infineon Technologies and published in time for the MobileWorldCongress in March.
Infineon Technologies AG have announced that IBM will manufacture Infineon-designed highly-secure integrated circuits (ICs) used for secure identification applications, including electronic passports compliant with international travel regulations and the U.S. Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards. The planned production at IBM’s chip fabrication plant in Burlington, Vermont, provides U.S. manufactured components for suppliers to U.S. government… Read More
Infineon Technologies have announced that its SLE 78 family of security controllers received security certification for use in electronic ID documents and chip card applications. The Germany Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) certified the high standard of security achieved by Infineon. Governments and public authorities all over the world use security controllers in ID documents… Read More
Smart Card Makers Giesecke & Devrient and Oberthur Technologies, and Chip Providers Infineon and INSIDE Contactless Launch Initiative to Establish Open Standard Smart card manufacturers Giesecke & Devrient GmbH (G&D), Oberthur Technologies S.A., and chip suppliers Infineon Technologies and INSIDE Contactless S.A. have announced that they have launched an industry initiative to provide a new… Read More
Guest blogged by Nicole Mountain Over the past couple of weeks we’ve heard further announcements regarding new and upcoming smart card based ID schemes from around the world. This week, the Philippines Department of Foreign Affairs began rolling out biometric ePassports via ten of its 18 regional consular offices (RCO) – the remaining provinces will… Read More