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Cyber and Physical Smart Security Converge at CARTES

Organizations face persistent challenges of ensuring security and privacy, confirming identity, managing authorization and legitimizing business transactions in both cyber and physical worlds. At CARTES in North America, March 5-7, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nev., security and smart card authorities will present a roadmap for organizations to address these issues along with real-world strategies for managing risks from the growing prevalence of mobile applications as well as new cloud-based services.
The pace of technological change, risk of data breaches and misuse of information are raising consumer concerns throughout the world about the use of their personal data. In the United States the collection of personal data is big business with companies spending up to $2 billion a year to collect it, according to a recent report from Forrester Research. CARTES in North America will host a day-long track on March 5, on IT Security, Trust & Privacy, featuring speakers from the United States and Europe addressing topics ranging from the security of electronic identification solutions and the application of biometrics, to how to leverage mobile applications for authentication and privacy protection. The track is presented in three sections: ID Authentication, Biometrics and Privacy Protection; IT Security & Cloud Computing and Digital ID & Transactions.
Security is also on agenda on day 2 of the conference. The Global Mobile Payment and Services Track on March 6 will feature nine security sessions on “The Mobile: A Trusted Environment?,” “Certificates & Standardization,” and “Secure Identity on the Mobile Device.”
The first CARTES in North America expo and conference will bring smart technologies, m-commerce and digital security authorities and leading technology providers to Las Vegas, Nevada for 70 conference sessions on topics ranging from NFC, mobile payment and EMV Deployments to trust, privacy and IT security. The event will feature technology and application demonstrations by a sold-out roster of 120 exhibitors.

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