partnerday18092014With a record number of participants, the 2014 Silicon Trust Marketing Update Day took place yesterday at the Infineon Technologies’ Headquarter near Munich, Germany.

This annual  and exclusive partner event is designed to give the Silicon Trust community an update of market, project and technology updates within Infineon as well as information on relevant trends and key projects in the Government ID market. 49 participants, including representatives from 23 partner companies, got together to listen to experts from Infineon, the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI), Gemalto and Bundesdruckerei.


Highlights of the agenda included:

A European outlook: where will online services making use of the eID functionality stand by 2020?

Detlef Houdeau, Infineon Technologies

Looking beyond Government ID: The CIPURSE standard – Enabling the Future of Transportation AND Migration & Convergence for Mobile Payment & Mobile Transport.

Aurelien Miana, Infineon Technologies

Smart Borders for Europe, past, present and future; from the ePassport to the current European regulations (RTP, EES, etc.)

Matthieu Clermont, Gemalto 

Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) is identified as the new security-engineering discipline of ‘cryptostorage’. The question is, though: What kind PUF do we need?

Rainer Plaga, Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informations (BSI)

Spotlight on backend innovation: presenting the SeManTiK (Secure and long-life eID applications for human/machine interaction) research project

Joachim Klöser, Bundesdruckerei

2015 and beyond: Market & project update for chip card  & Government ID

Claudio Reiff, Infineon Technologies

What’s up and coming in chip card technology for Government ID applications?

Robert Bach, Infineon Technologies

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