SECORA™ is Infineon’s family of one-stop security solutions with integrated operating system (OS) providing a cost-efficient way to fast and agile implementations. It is based on a solid chip platform, which is highly secured and reliable as well as easy to install and delivering best price-performance ratio.
There are four SECORA™ security solutions subcategories:
SECORA™ Pay – Flexible solution providing a complete portfolio for everything from contact cards to smart payment accessories, combined with the latest EMV-ready applications, to meet regional market requirements.
SECORA™ Connect – System solution for smart wearable to provide contactless secured payment, ticketing or access applications via Near Field Communication (NFC).
SECORA™ ID – Ready-to-go Java Card™ solution optimized for all electronic identification (eID) applications allowing maximized customization for local needs.
SECORA™ Blockchain – Fast, easy-to-use Java Card™ solution supporting best-in-class security for blockchain system implementation.
Both the Silicon Trust and Infineon Technologies are offering a unique look at this secure solution in a two and a quarter hour online seminar. Please register for your place using the registration buttons below. Space is limited so act soon! The presentations will be in English for Europe and APAC but Latin America will have the option to hear the presentations in both English or Latin American Spanish (real time interpretation).
REGION: Europe, Middle East, Africa
DATE: Tuesday 13th April
TIME: 14:00 – 16:15 (CET)
REGION: Asia Pacific
DATE: Thursday 6th May
TIME: 15:00 – 17:15 (Singapore)
REGION: Latin America
DATE: Wednesday 12th May
Time: 13:00 – 15:15 (São Paulo)
14:00 CET / 15:00 APAC / 13:00 BRAZIL Opening remarks – Steve Atkins (Silicon Trust)
As well as the CEO of Krowne Communications GmbH, Steve Atkins is also the Program Director for the Silicon Trust and editor of the program’s VAULT magazine – covering secure ICs, cyber security, contactless, NFC, mobile, blockchain and cloud-based technologies. He has over 30 year experience in the high technology industry (both in Europe and the US) and has been based in Berlin, Germany since 2004.
14:05 CET Intro and Welcome – Boris Reis (Infineon)
15:05 APAC Intro and Welcome – Ng Meng Hui (Infineon)
Meng Hui has over 20 years of experience in the smart card industry. He started his career with Infineon Technologies in 1999 as an engineer and his current position is that of Senior Director, heading the Asia Pacific regional marketing team for Business line Smartcard Solutions in Connected Secure Systems Division (CSS). He focus on regional product strategies development, planning and execution to proliferate secure chip solution for payments, government identification and transport ticketing application.
13:05 BRAZIL Intro and Welcome – Marcelo Luppe (Infineon)
14:15 CET / 15:15 APAC / 13:15 BRAZIL SECORA PAY – Hans-Jörg Frey (Infineon)
Hans-Jörg Frey has more than 25 years of experience in the IT and communication industry. He has worked with globally active companies such as Grundig AG, Siemens AG and Giesecke & Devrient GmbH. For the past 20 years, he has worked in various positions in product and portfolio management and successfully launched numerous products in the market. In 2015, Hans-Jörg Frey joined Infineon AG as a senior product manager. His areas of responsibility include SECORA Pay™ security solutions for payment cards. He holds degrees in Electronic Engineering and in Industrial Management.
14:35 CET / 15:35 APAC/ 13:35 BRAZIL SECORA CONNECT – Thomas Michalski (Infineon)
Thomas Michalski is Senior Manager Product Marketing within the Payment & Transport Ticketing product line at Infineon´s Connected Secure Systems (CSS) division. He is responsible for wearable and biometric solutions addressing the payment landscape. Thomas has several years of experience in the payment industry including business development activities for financial institutions in Germany. Before joining Infineon Thomas worked for Fidor Bank AG responsible for payment, card and wallet solutions.
14:55 CET / 15:55 APAC/ 13:55 BRAZIL SECORA ID – Ajay Hanyalu (Infineon)
Ajay Hanyalu is Product Marketing Manager for Identity Solutions at Infineon Technologies. He is responsible to drive the strategic definition of new solutions and customer communication. He started his journey in the semiconductor industry by joining Infineon Technologies in 2012 for SDK development. In 2014 he joined the Application Engineering for Government ID products and moved after 7 years to Product Marketing. Ajay Hanyalu holds a Master Degree in Embedded Systems Design and has more than to 9 years of experience in the Smart Card business.
15:15 CET / 16:15 APAC / 14:15 BRAZIL SECORA Blockchain – Markus Moesenbacher (Infineon)
Markus Moesenbacher is Head of Product Marketing for Digital Identity Solutions at Infineon Technologies. He is responsible to drive the strategic definition of chip hardware and software solutions and customer communication. In 2016 he joined the Technical Marketing Team of Infineon Technologies and moved after 3 years to Product Marketing. Markus Moesenbacher holds a Master Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University Graz, Austria. He has more than 20 years experience in the Smart Card business.
15:35 CET / 16:35 APAC / 14:35 BRAZIL Fast prototyping of multipurpose eID cards on Infineon‘s SECORA ID X platform – Benjamin Drisch (cryptovision)
Benjamin Drisch received his Diploma in Computer Science from the University of Dortmund. He has been Senior Security Consultant at cryptovision since 2002 and has led several large ID and company card projects during this time. Since 2008 he is responsible as a product manager for cryptovision’s Java-Card-based eID solution „ePasslet Suite“. Since 2018, he has also been responsible for products related to cryptovision’s hardware-based Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP), currently with a focus on the area of fiscalisation.
15:55 CET / 16:55 APAC / 14:55 BRAZIL Onboarding Payment and other Services to Smart Device – Ulrich Dreefs (Fidesmo)
Ulrich Dreefs is the Head of Sales at Fidesmo – a company that makes it possible to connect contactless services, such as payment, public transport tickets, office and hotel access and car keys, to a variety of devices, such as wearables, cards and phones. he has over 10 years of experience in the area of smart cards, EMV and NFC-based applications and more than 20 years of experience in IT Management in international companies. He is currently located in Bamberg, Germany.