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Updatable security for long-life Industry 4.0 and ICT systems

Connected machines and ICT systems require security mechanisms that are more robust than ever before and remain so for the long life common with industrial hardware. Withstanding attacks over the long-term means keeping the protections at the state-of-the-art through updates. Researching and assessing such updatable security mechanisms was the objective of the joint ALESSIO project. […]

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Fingerprints, G+D collaborate to launch contactless biometric payment card integrating T-Shape

World-leading biometrics company, Fingerprint Cards (Fingerprints™) and Giesecke + Devrient Mobile Security (G+D), a global mobile security technology company, are collaborating to bring contactless biometric payment cards to the market. The card features Fingerprints’ T-Shape™ module which is part of the 1300-series. It has ultra-low power consumption and is tailored to be integrated in smartcards […]

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G+D Mobile Security, Worldline cooperate to increase security in IoT and Industry 4.0 Applications

G+D Mobile Security have announced that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Worldline, the European leader in payments and transactional services, to cooperate in the field of Industrial IoT (IIoT) security. As part of this agreement, G+D Mobile Security`s product “CPS (Cyber Physical System) Protect” will be integrated in the Codex Connectivity Platform (CCP) […]

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G+D Mobile Security acquires CPS Technologies from OT-Morpho

G+D Mobile Security has signed an agreement to acquire the personalization bureau CPS Technologies from OT-Morpho. This completes G+D Mobile Security’s comprehensive offering for the French market. The closing of this transaction is subject to regulatory approvals. G+D Mobile Security expects to benefit particularly from CPS Technologies’  high-tech bank card personalization and service management center. […]

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G+D Mobile Security solution provides protection against WannaCry

By Giesecke & Devrient Since last Friday, the ransomware “WannaCry” has attacked more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries and caused enormous damage. Like in previous attacks e.g. with Stuxnet, WannaCry was using a vulnerability within the system of unpatched or unhardened Windows computers. Industrial facilities and equipment without up-to-date IT security patch management are […]

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