ID Cards and Printers: Of Mice and Men
- Organizations Adoption of MyKad Initiative. Neo, Han Foon; Yeow, Paul H. P.; Eze, Uchenna C.; Loo, Huck Soo // Communications of the IBIMA;2012, Vol. 2012, p3
Malaysia has invested multi-million ringgit on the Malaysia's Multipurpose Identity Card (MyKad) initiative for the protection of citizens from terrorism as well as for effective and efficient government and private sector applications. If it is not used, the initiative is wasted. For the...
- Courts Announce Renewal of Attorney Access Cards. // Indiana Lawyer;12/21/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p13A
The article focuses on the announcement of the Marion County Court Administrator's Office in Indiana regarding the renewal schedule for the application and distribution of attorney access cards to the City-County Building which will begin on February 23, 2012 for 25 dollars.
- Smart, but not that smart. Ward, Mark // New Scientist;10/12/96, Vol. 152 Issue 2051, p21
Talks about the problems in manufacturing smart cards which compromise their security. Cards issued with preprogrammed identities; Length of time in generating RSA keys.
- Even abundant security features don't spur smart card buy-in. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;11/18/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 221, p1
Part II. Focuses on security issues related to the use of smart cards. Durability of smart cards; Existence of several technical claims and security system variations; Microsoft Corp.'s Smart Card for Windows program; Smart card applications in the financial services industry; Consumer-market...
- BACK TO A CASHLESS FUTURE. // NZ Business;Nov2010, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p4
The article discusses the need for New Zealand retailers to replace EFTPOS terminals for the chip cards security standards prior the June 2011 deadline to avoid failure in the industries due to last minute rush.
- U.S. Bears the Brunt of Global Card Fraud Losses. // Banking Strategies Daily;8/7/15, p1
The article discusses on the importance of smart payment cards EMV-compliant infrastructure, citing card fraud losses borne by U.S. from its shift towards global chip card standard.
- Global Heavyweights Form Group to Set Smart Card Security Standards. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;11/10/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 217, p14
Reports on the formation of the Smart Card Security Users Group by major international card payment institutions, aimed at developing security guidelines for smart cards. Agreement of the group's members to share information on security threats and requirements; Development of standards that...
- Consumers Want Better Payment Security from Retailers. // ABA Banking Journal;Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 108 Issue 1, p13
Statistics are given regarding the consumer responses about payment security from retailers including importance of securing consumer information, worries over retailers systems and worries about physical theft of cards.
- Worries About Smart Cards' Safety IQ Persist. DAIGLE, LISA // American Banker;10/4/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 191, p15
Discusses the persistence of security concerns about the deployment of smart cards. Need for smart card issuers to take up the challenge of security questions; Threat posed by the difficulty of validating buyers' and sellers' identity on the growth of electronic commerce; Use of the smart cards...