World Smart Week 2014
From Sept. 22 to 25, 2014, World Smart Week explores the innovation and business opportunities of contactless/mobile, e-ID, M2M and digital security technologies. We are looking forward to welcoming you at our Infineon booth #3 to discover the added value our products can offer you:
Infineon’s products support every implementation path to bring hardware based security directly into mobile devices. All NFC products are certified with the security level CC EAL5+ high and EMVCo – Embedded, SWP as well as Dual Interface / Boosted NFC Secure Elements.
Find out more on: www.infineon.com/nfc
Infineon's new SLE78 security controller and SESAMES 2013 winner offers the industry’s highest memory density and data transfer rate for use in electronic Passports, High-End Government Identification and Multi-Application markets.
Find out more on: www.infineon.com/govid
SLI 97 – the perfect product for connected cars as linking element between Automotive and the Telecommunication world, with a strong focus on automotive quality levels, as well as protecting MNO’s against theft and cloning.
Visit us & find out more at our booth #3!
Demos at our booth
We invite you to have a closer look and test our various demonstrations at our booth:
- Secure NFC application demo: We will demonstrate the easily use of “Boosted NFC SIM”. The advantage of the Boosted NFC SE approach is that it could be also used in mobile phones which carry no NFC functionality from the beginning of.
- Secure NFC application demo: We will demonstrate the card emulation use of CIPURSE™ for future transport schemes. The CIPURSE™ demo runs on Infineon’s embedded Secure Element implemented into an NFC mobile device.
- Secure application demo: We will demonstrate simpler and stronger online authentication with FIDO. The FIDO demo runs on a micro SD card implemented into a mobile device.
NFC World Congress:
The Meaning of Open Standards and Existing Infrastructure as Enabler for a Smarter NFC Adoption
Petra Hofmeister, Manager Business Development Platform Security, Chip Card & Security
Sept 24th at " Public Transport & Ticketing"-track
- NFC gaining more momentum, but still several challenges have to be considered
- Importance of open standards for a smooth adoption
- Eco-system still in learning phase, but many good examples of successful implementations
- Transport as driver due to easier implementation and an existing contactless infrastructure
World eID Congress
Secure Software Field Updates: a Paradigm Shift for Government ID Documents
Robert Bach, Manager Marketing GID, Chip Card & Security
Sept 25th, at “Next Gen Secure Documents” track
- Government ID documents with a ten year lifetime will soon see functionality and system software field updates
- Secure software field updates are common and mandatory practice in the whole IT industry (e.g. for computer software)
- The implementation of a secure transaction mechanism needs to address both security and quality concerns (e.g. like “fail-safe / tearing-safe implementation”).
- ANSSI / BSI are already reflecting the topic in their new protection profiles.