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Security's Once and Future King: Introducing Smart Cards to the Web

Google Tech TalksDecember, 14 2007ABSTRACTAbout GemaltoGemalto (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO) is the leader in digital security with pro forma 2006 annual revenues of ?1.7 billion, more than 85 offices in 40 countries and about 10,000 employees including 1,300 R engineers.In a world where the digital revolution is increasingly transforming our lives, Gemalto's solutions are designed to make personal digital interactions more convenient, secure and enjoyable.Gemalto provides end-to-end digital security solutions, from the development of software applications through design and production of secure personal devices such as smart cards, SIMs, e-passports, and tokens to the deployment of managed services for its customers.More than a billion people worldwide use the company's products and services for telecommunications, financial services, e-government, identity management, multimedia content, digital rights management, IT security, mass transit and many other applications.As the use of Gemalto's software and secure devices increases with the number of people interacting in the digital and wireless world, the company is poised to thrive over the coming years.Gemalto was formed in June 2006 by the combination of Axalto and Gemplus.For more information please visit Kapil SachdevaKapil Sachdeva is a Software Technologist with Gemalto, Technology & Innovation. The primary focus of Kapil's work is on the design and development of next generation smart card operating systems, virtual machines (.NET and Java) and fast XML parsers. Lately Kapil has been focusing on Identity Management, participating in specification committees within Liberty Alliance, building working prototypes for involving Windows CardSpace, WS-* and OpenID, and developing applications for smart cards for Identity Management. Kapil is also involved with European Identity Management initiatives such as Fidelity and FC2. Kapil's work has been instrumental in bridging the gap between multi-application smart cards and Identity Management. You can read Kapil's musings in his blog "Smartcard Serenity"
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