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Infineon’s SECORA™ ID accelerates eID project execution

By Markus Moesenbacher, Infineon Technologies.  The ID market growth is mainly driven by electronic identification, electronic health cards and electronic driving licenses with strong variations to reflect local flavors. In addition, the request for multi-application is increasing for electronic ID cards. To meet these demands a flexible product is required which allows the customization of […]

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A new German security architecture for next generation ID and IoT requirements

By Markus Hoffmeister & Klaus Schmeh, cryptovision GmbH. The Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP) module, based on an architecture developed by governmental cyber security experts in Germany, is an innovative and effective approach to implementing cryptographic security functions across a diverse array of sensitive applications. It takes security development to a new level, by enabling smooth […]

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Ready-to use and versatile: Infineon’s Secora™ ID accelerates eID project execution

Electronic identification documents (eID) are high in demand worldwide. To address the evolving needs of the market in a fast and flexible manner, Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) has developed the SECORA™ ID security solution. The latest addition to Infineon’s SECORA™ family is certified and ready to be integrated into highly secured […]

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cryptovision @ ID4AFRICA 2019

At this years’ ID4AFRICA, Silicon Trust caught up with cryptovision’s Adam Ross who spoke to us about how cryptovision is able to take multiple different identity devices and converge them onto a single identity card. Watch the video as Adam explains what this means in practise. #cryptovision

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Why eID cards and Digital Signatures need each other

By Markus Hoffmeister & Klaus Schmeh, cryptovision GmbH. Developed in the 1970s, digital signatures are the technology of choice when it comes to protecting eID cards from forgery and manipulation. More generally speaking, digital signatures are an important means for making digital documents – such as contracts, receipts, and orders – reliable, provided that the private […]

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cryptovision: Benjamin Drisch

Cryptovision’s Benjamin Drisch explains the reason why Government around the world are looking for specific needs from their suppliers of electronic ID documents.

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cryptovision: Marco Smeja

Hear from cryptovision’s Executive VP of Sales, Marco Smeja at this years Trustech, as he speaks about the role that cryptovision has taken in the managing of digital certificates.  

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cryptovision: Fermin Vázquez

Fermin Vázquez explains a little more about the Latin America market for electronic ID documents at this years Trustech.  

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