Operating Software in Secure Documents


Secure documents such as passports, identity cards, driver licenses and healthcare cards can be migrated to electronic security by embedding these with a secure electronic component.

This type of electronic component  comprises a microprocessor running specially developed operating software.

Successful implementation of a secure electronic document is achieved when best-in-class operating software is deployed together onto appropriate and qualified microprocessor platforms

This in-depth white paper from Gemalto explores the issues…


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Operating Software in Secure Documents
Operating Software in Secure Documents

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