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Smart card applications: design models for using and programming smart cards


Call number: 004.56 R211

Authors: Wolfgang Rankl ; translated by Kenneth Cox

Publisher: Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2007. – xviii, 217 p.: ill. ; 25 cm.

ISBN: 047005882X, 9780470058824

Library code: FSE ( 05 )

Call number: 004.56 R211

A practical guide to the specification, design, and programming of smart card systems for working applications. More than 3 billion smartcards are produced every year. Generally defined as any pocket-sized card with embedded integrated circuits or chips, they have a huge number of applications including travel cards, chip and pin cards, pet tags, mobile phone SIMs and pallet trackers. Now with modern Smart Card technology such as Java Card and Basic Card it is possible for everyone to create his or her own applications on a smart card. This book provides generic solutions for programming smart cards, enabling the creation of working applications and systems.

Reference books

Multi-application Smart Cards: Technology and Applications

multi-application-smart-cards-technology-and-applicationsAuthor: Mike Hendry

Publisher: Cambridge University Press © 2007 (266 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780521873840

Multi-application smart cards have yet to realise their enormous potential, partly because few people understand the technology, market, and behavioural issues involved. Here, Mike Hendry sets out to fill this knowledge gap with a comprehensive and accessible guide. Following a review of the state-of-the-art in smart card technology, the book describes the business requirements of each smart-card-using sector, and the systems required to support multiple applications. Implementation aspects, including security, are treated in detail and numerous international case studies cover identity, telecoms, banking and transportation applications. Lessons are drawn from these studies to help deliver more successful projects in the future. Invaluable for users and integrators specifying, evaluating and integrating multi-application systems, the book will also be useful to terminal, card and system designers; network, IT and security managers; and software specialists.

RFID Handbook: Fundamentals and Applications in Contactless Smart Cards and Identification, Second Edition

 rfid-handbook-2ndAuthor: Klaus Finkenzeller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (UK) © 2003 (427 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780470844021

Developments in RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) are yielding larger memory capacities, wider reading ranges and quicker processing, making it one of fastest growing sectors of the radio technology industry. RFID has become indispensable in a wide range of automated data capture and identification applications, from ticketing and access control to industrial automation. The second edition of Finkenzeller’s comprehensive handbook brings together the disparate information on this versatile technology. Features include: Essential new information on the industry standards and regulations, including ISO 14443 (contactless ticketing), ISO 15693 (smartlabel) and ISO 14223 (animal identification). Complete coverage of the physical principles behind RFID technologies such as inductive coupling, surface acoustic waves and the emerging UHF and microwave backscatter systems. A detailed description of common algorithms for anticollision. An exhaustive appendix providing listings of RFID associations, journals and standards. A sample test card layout in accordance with ISO 14443. Numerous sample applications including e-ticketing in public transport systems and animal identification. End users of RFID products, electrical engineering students and newcomers to the field will value this introduction to the functionality of RFID technology and the physical principles involved. Experienced ADC professionals will benefit from the breadth of applications examples combined within this single resource.

Smart Cards: A Guide to Building and Managing Smart Card Applications

S1Authors: Henry Dreifus and J. Thomas Monk

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 1998 (328 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780471157489

A complete nuts-and-bolts guide to designing, building, and managing the smart card system that’s right for your company Already a well-established medium of exchange in Europe, smart card technology has made major inroads in the North American market in the past few years. Visa and Mastercard are committed to replacing credit cards with them over the next five years, and Microsoft is racing to use them for e-commerce. Clearly, the time for asking “Why?” regarding smart cards has passed. The important question companies now should be asking themselves is “How?”: how to plan, how to develop, how to implement, and how to manage the smart card system that is right for our company? This book provides complete, unbiased answers to these and all your technical and business questions about smart card systems. Dreifus and Monk guide you step-by-step through the entire process of selecting, designing, building, and managing a smart card application tailored to your business. They supply numerous checklists to help guarantee that you make the correct technical decisions during each phase of the process. And they include real-world case studies illustrating successful smart card implementations in a variety of industries, including banking, manufacturing, entertainment, healthcare, and transportation. Crucial topics covered in detail include: Smart card architectures and standards Security and encryption Smart card operating systems Smart card application design and development. Development tools Testing and certification Smart Cards arms you with everything you need to know to make informed decisions about the smart card system that’s right for your company.

Windows Server 2008 PKI and Certificate Security

windows-server-2008-pki-and-certificate-securityAuthor: Brian Komar

Publisher: Microsoft Press © 2008 (800 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780735625167

Get in-depth guidance for designing and implementing certificate-based security solutions straight from PKI expert Brian Komar. No need to buy or outsource costly PKI services when you can use the robust PKI and certificate-based security services already built into Windows Server 2008! This in-depth reference teaches you how to design and implement even the most demanding certificate-based security solutions for wireless networking, smart card authentication, VPNs, secure email, Web SSL, EFS, and code-signing applications using Windows Server PKI and certificate services. A principal PKI consultant to Microsoft, Brian shows you how to incorporate best practices, avoid common design and implementation mistakes, help minimize risk, and optimize security administration. This definitive reference features a CD loaded with tools, scripts, and a fully searchable eBook.

Information Security Management Handbook, Sixth Edition

information-security-management-handbook-sixth-editionAuthors: Harold F. Tipton and Micki Krause

Publisher: Auerbach Publications © 2007 (3279 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780849374951

Considered the gold-standard reference on information security, the “Information Security Management Handbook” provides an authoritative compilation of the fundamental knowledge, skills, techniques, and tools required of today’s IT security professional. Now in its sixth edition, this 3200 page stand-alone reference is organized under the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge domains and has been updated yearly. Volumes 2, 3, and this year’s Volume 4 reflect the changes to the CBK in response to new laws and evolving technology.

Integration-Ready Architecture and Design: Software Engineering with XML. Java, .NET, Wireless, Speech and Knowledge Technologies

integration-ready-architecture-and-designAuthor: Jeff Zhuk

Publisher: Cambridge University Press © 2004 (640 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780521525831

What would you do if your IT job was no longer performed in your country? Your survival does not lie in limiting global collaborative engineering. IT workers will survive and prosper because of their ability to innovate, to quickly learn and change directions, and to evolve from Information Technology into Distributed Knowledge Marketplace. You have no choice but to be pro-active, learn to stay current, even run ahead of the game. Integration-Ready Architecture and Design bridges the gap for a new generation of wired and wireless software technologies and teaches a set of skills that are demanded by fast moving software evolution. This up-to-date textbook integrates theory and practice, going from foundations and concepts to specific applications. Through deep insights into almost all areas of modern CIS and IT, Zhuk provides an entry into the new world of integrated knowledge and software engineering. Readers will learn the ‘what’s, why’s, and how’s’ on: J2EE, J2ME, .NET, JSAPI, JMS, JMF, SALT, VoiceXML, WAP, 802.11, CDNA, GPRS, CycL, XML, and multiple XML-based technologies including RDF, DAML, SOAP, UDDI, and WDSL. Students, architects, designers, coders, and even management benefit from innovative ideas and detailed examples for building multi-dimensional worlds of enterprise applications and creating distributed knowledge marketplace.


Smart Card Security and Applications

smart-card-security-and-applicationsAuthor: Mike Hendry

Publisher: Artech House © 1997 (282 pages) Citation

ISBN: 9780890069530

Smart cards have recently emerged as a key computer network and Internet security technology. These plastic cards contain an embedded microprocessor, allowing them to be programmed to perform specific duties. This extensively updated, second edition of the popular Artech House book, Smart Card Security and Applications, offers a current overview of the ways smart cards address the computer security issues of today’s varied applications. Brand new discussions on multi-application operating systems, computer networks, and the Internet are included to keep technical and business professionals abreast of the very latest developments in this field. The book provides technical details on the newest protection mechanisms, features a discussion on the effects of recent attacks, and presents a clear methodology for solving unique security problems.

Internet resources

01 SDK for RFID Contactless smartcard training   (LP-2010 SDK)


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