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Issue 2, 2017

Welcome to Issue 2 of Digital Security Insights, our short publication with concise insights into today’s digital security landscape and keeping you up-to-date with the latest developments in the MULTOS platform and tools. Find below the topics in this issue….open the attached PDF to read the full edition. 


1 Billion+ MULTOS Devices…and Rising

Over 1 Billion MULTOS cards and secure devices have been shipped, in over 45 countries, for over 3,500 businesses. With new innovative projects now implementing MULTOS technology, the foundations are developing to support continued growth for the coming years.


FAST NEWS

  • Medical Device Security
  • Do you really trust your mobile?
  • Ukraine CPNI hacks
  • Woodforest National Bank joins the MULTOS Consortium

Briefing: Physically Unclonable Functions  A ‘PUF’ piece by Chris Torr   - 10 minute read

In classical computer-based cryptography, cryptographic keys have to be generated, shared and stored in such a way that the secret parts of a key’s value is not generally disclosed.


Tech Tips: Using Smart Cards with Arduino - 5 minute read, plus a cool demo video

The incredibly popular Arduino family of microcontroller prototyping boards is a great way to experiment with using smart cards for device security.


MULTOS Q&A  - Fast read

Question: How can I easily build smart card access into my Windows applications?

Question: What programming languages can I write MULTOS applications in?

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Issue 1, 2017

Welcome to the first edition of the MULTOS Consortium’s Digital Security Insights newsletter. This short publication (4 pages) aims to provide concise insights into today’s digital security landscape and keep you up-to-date with the latest developments in the MULTOS platform and tools.

Find below the topics in this issue….open the PDF to read the full edition. 

  • Fast News on Trusted Renewables and Newcastle University
  • An introduction to Block chains by Chris Torr
  • Tech Tips: SDK Changes
  • MULTOS Q&A

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