• Potential Breach Affecting VISA, MasterCard — EMV Won’t be Here Soon Enough

    Brian Krebs scooped a major story yesterday about a potential major credit card breach at a U.S.-based payment processor affecting both VISA and MasterCard. The news made headlines across top media outlets for good reason: this is NOT the first major credit card breach. 2011 saw a wrath of breaches including Epsilon and Sony, not to mention the “out-of-control” card-skimming

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  • NFC Technology Center Stage at RSA 2012

    Having just returned from RSA Conference 2012, I spent a great deal of time in and around the Moscone Center. I encountered a few point-of-sale (POS) terminals that were equipped with NFC readers. More specifically, the readers that were intended for use with Google Wallet. I even demoed for Entrust our latest in mobile security utilizing NFC. While they aren’t

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  • Easier, Better Identities on the Horizon

    Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on January 17,  2012 to AVISIAN’s NFC News site . One of the most exciting things that will happen in the next year or two is the confluence of a few major trends. It’s exciting because, together, they promise to make security and identity better and more manageable than it has been in the

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  • NFC Applications – Mobile Payments & Public Transportation

    Part 4 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    It’s only the beginning and NFC hasn’t even hit the mainstream yet. But so far, there are some pretty interesting and useful applications for the latest connectivity standard. As I mentioned in the previous post, the consumer is likely the first to experience NFC. Corporations and businesses will likely follow suit, shortly thereafter, and use NFC internally. And no doubt

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  • Easier, Better Identities on the Horizon

    Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on January 17,  2012 to AVISIAN’s NFC News site . One of the most exciting things that will happen in the next year or two is the confluence of a few major trends. It’s exciting because, together, they promise to make security and identity better and more manageable than it has been in the

        in Identity Assurance, Mobility
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  • NFC Applications – Mobile Payments & Public Transportation

    Part 4 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    It’s only the beginning and NFC hasn’t even hit the mainstream yet. But so far, there are some pretty interesting and useful applications for the latest connectivity standard. As I mentioned in the previous post, the consumer is likely the first to experience NFC. Corporations and businesses will likely follow suit, shortly thereafter, and use NFC internally. And no doubt

        in Mobility
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