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Infineon introduces revolutionary “Coil on Module” for eIDs, eDL or eHealth applications

Infineon Technologies AG today announced the availability of its “Coil on Module” (CoM) package technology for official documents. The technology simplifies and improves manufacturing of electronic identification cards (eID), electronic drivers’ licenses or health insurance cards with both contact-based as well as contactless interface. 544 more words


Wibu bags prestigious German IT Security Award for new Blurry-Box®

Wibu-Systems, the FZI Research Center, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are the joint winners of the prestigious 5th German IT Security Award. Out of the eleven finalists that were selected from 66 applicants, the high-profile members of the jury awarded the top prize to the people of Wibu-Systems, FZI, and KIT in recognition of their work on the new Blurry-Box cryptography system, an innovative and more effective approach to protecting software against piracy, reverse engineering, tampering, industrial espionage, or sabotage. 365 more words


The Netherlands selects Gemalto to introduce new electronic driving license

Gemalto is delivering its Sealys electronic driving license to RDW, the public body responsible for driver licensing and vehicle registration in the Netherlands. The Gemalto driving license combines visual, physical and electronic security features that provide strong protection against fraud and forgery. 290 more words


MasterCard and Zwipe launch world’s first biometric contactless payment card

MasterCard and Zwipe have announced their partnership for the launch of the world’s first contactless payment card featuring an integrated fingerprint sensor. The launch of the card comes after a successful live pilot with Norway’s Sparebanken DIN, aligned to the Eika Group, as an answer to the complex challenge of providing a fast, convenient payment solution that does not compromise on security. 389 more words


One of the Best College Application Essays We've Seen...

‘Tis the season for College Application Essays. We recently had the pleasure of reading this wonderful essay from Elias Schultz (currently a Freshman at prestigious Amherst College in Massachusetts). 600 more words