Rambus Secure Element in the Cloud enables making financial transactions when using near field communication. To do this securely application issuers like banks and mobile network operators need to store credentials in an environment called the secure element.
Financial card issuers in the US are soon migrating from magnetic stripe to EMV chip cards. Rambus helps issuers with their migration by offering software to load and manage data on issued chip cards.
Many financial card issuers outsource their card personalization activities. This video discusses 4 reasons why issuers should take these activities in-house.
Learn what it takes to issue an EMV chip card and what cost implications it has depending on the choices that financial issuers make.
Mobile devices use cryptographic keys to protect sensitive information. At Rambus Cryptography Research, we set out to test mobile devices to see how secure these operations might be. Leakage signals can be picked up by a probe that responds to the magnetic field coming from the device. Gary Kenworthy, Senior Principal Engineer at Rambus Cryptography Research, show a side-channel analysis demo.
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