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Smart cards

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  • 1. Presented By: - Jaswinder Kaur
  • 2. Contents
    • Smart Cards
    • Benefits of Smart Cards
    • What’s in a Smart Card?
    • History of Smart Cards
    • Types of Smart Cards
    • Applications of Smart Cards
    • Uses of Smart Cards
    • Advantages and Disadvantages
    • of Smart Cards
  • 3. Smart Cards
    • A small electronic device about size of a credit card that contains electronic memory and possibly an embedded Integrated Circuit (IC).
  • 4. Benefits of Smart Cards
    • Identification
    • Authentication
    • Data Storage
  • 5. What’s in a Smart Card?
    • Typical Configuration: -
    • 256 byte to 4kb RAM
    • 8kb to 32 kb ROM
    • 1kb to 32kb EEPROM
    • Crypto-coprocessors (implementing 3DES,RSA etc; in Hardware) are optional
    • 8-bit to 16-bit CPU. 8051 based designs are common.
  • 6. History of Smart Cards
    • Invented by Helmut Grottrup
    • Jurgen Dethloff
    • In 1968
    Helmut Grottrup Jurgen Dethloff
  • 7. Types of Smart Cards
    • Embossed Cards
    • Magnetic Stripe Cards
    • Memory Cards
    • Optical Memory Cards
    • Microprocessors Cards
    • Cryptographic Coprocessor Cards
    • Contactless Smart Cards
    • Contact Cards
  • 8. Applications of Smart Cards
    • Payphones
    • Mobile Communications
    • Banking & Retail
    • Electronic Purse
    • Health Care
    • ID Verification &
    • Access Control
  • 9. How Smart Cards are used?
    • 1 . Commercial Applications
    • Banking/Payment
    • Identification
    • Ticketing
    • Parking and toll collection
    • Universities Smart Cards
  • 10. Uses cont’d
    • 2. Mobile Telecommunications
    • SIM Cards used on cell phones
    • Over 300,000,000 GSM Phones with Smart Cards
    • Mobile security, Billing Information etc
  • 11. Uses cont’d
    • 3. Information Technology
    • Secure logon and authentification of users to PCs & Networks
    • Encryption of Sensitive Data
  • 12. Advantages & Disadvantages of Smart Cards
    • Advantages: -
    • Flexibility
    • Cost & Availability
    • Security
    • Data Integrity
    • Safety
    • Easy to Use
    • Disadvantages: -
    • Fees applied with the use of a card
    • It gives liability issues if stolen or lost
    • The accuracy of information is small
    • Lack of technology to support users
    • It is potential for too much data on one card if lost or stolen
  • 13. Conclusion
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