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Randy Vanderhoof

Smart Card Credentialing Carries More Weight

We’ve been busy getting ready for the upcoming 13th Annual Smart Card Alliance Government Conference that starts with a pre-conference day on October 28th and moves into full mode October 29th and 30th. Coincidentally, I’ve been focused on activities and news regarding the future direction of the  federal government credentialing and usage; you can learn more about this by reading my letter this month. Also check out our profile on SEPTA, mark your calendar for dates of upcoming Alliance events, see who is newly CSEIP-certified, and a lot more. Read the letter.

New White Paper on EMV, Encryption and Tokenization

The Smart Card Alliance Payments Council recently published a white paper, Technologies for Payment Fraud Prevention: EMV, Encryption and Tokenization, to describe the role of EMV, encryption and tokenization for securing the payments infrastructure and preventing payment fraud.

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