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Smart cards are mini-computers the size of a credit card with a metal interface. Written for IT managers and developers interested in the potential benefits offered by smart card technology, this guide overviews the physical structure and construction of smart cards, international standards, commercial commands, protocol stacks, and current applications. Both fixed command set and post-issuance programmable cards are covered. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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The complete smart card guidebook for decision-makers, product managers, developers, and integrators.
Smart cards represent a breakthrough solution for maximizing security in a wide range of applications. Now, two leading smart card consultants present a thorough, up-to-date, accessible introduction to smart card technology that will be invaluable to developers and decision-makers alike. Smart Cards: A Developer's Toolkit covers all you need to know to plan, design, develop, and deploy advanced multi-application smart card environments, including:
The authors present case studies from today's most advanced smart card deployments, covering both the logistics of initial deployment and best practices for supporting ongoing operations and card populations. Whether you're an IT manager, corporate security officer, product manager, developer, or integrator, Smart Cards: A Developer's Toolkit gives you a powerful new weapon for protecting your digital assets.About the Author:
TIMOTHY M. JURGENSEN is an independent consultant specializing in smart cards and high-security infrastructures. Jurgensen has consulted on several projects utilizing smart cards for network and physical access, contributes to key smart card standards bodies, and is actively involved in security certifications for smart cards.
SCOTT B. GUTHERY is currently Chief Technical Officer for Mobile-Mind, Inc., where he is designing and building Fujitsu's new smart card operating system, HIPERSIM. He developed the technical solutions and led the team that created the original Java Smart Card at Schlumberger, and was architect of Microsoft's Windows for Smart Card Operating System. Jurgensen and Guthery co-authored The Smart Card Developer's Kit, a leading resource for smart card software development and the first book to contain a smart card.
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110130937304
Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011YUIZS8
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