Java Card is an industry-standard technology platform that was developed by Sun Microsystems (now Oracle) to enable Java-based applications – applets – to run on smart cards that support this standard. Java Card helps developers build, test and deploy smart card-based applications quickly and efficiently with an object oriented programming model and off-the-shelf development tools. For smart card issuers, it delivers a secure and inter-operable platform that can be used to store and update multiple applications on a single end-user device.
Converged Credentials, or multi-application smart cards, are built on card architecture designs that perform multiple tasks across various ecosystems and domains. Their construction requires a thorough understanding of the issues facing security, utility, conflicts, and costs. This paper highlights
NXP Launches New Java Card-based Operating System to Expand Multi-Application Services in the Secure Identification Market
Next generation Java Card OS (JCOP3) provides higher security and more flexibility for developing and integrating convergence solutions covering identity and payment on smart cards News Highlights : Advanced Java Card™ Platform (JCOP3) builds upon NXP's 15 years of leadership and
New York, NY, August 04, 2017 -- Versasec, the leader in smart card management systems, today introduced version 4.9 of its vSEC:CMS S-Series identity and access management solution. This updated version of the company's flagship product includes a variety of
NEW YORK and STOCKHOLM, June 6, 2017 -- Versasec, the leader in smart card management systems, today announced its partnership with cryptovision, a world-leading specialist in cryptography and electronic identity solutions. Under terms of the agreement, Versasec customized its vSEC:CMS to support cryptovision’s
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., and SAN JOSE, Calif., May 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Highlights: JavaCard/GlobalPlatform OS optimized for Synopsys' ARC SEM processors enables deployment of highly secure SoCs capable of thwarting malicious hardware and software attacks ARC SEM processors incorporate a variety of advanced