Presented By: -Jaswinder Kaur
ContentsSmart CardsBenefits of Smart CardsWhat’s in a Smart Card?History of Smart CardsTypes of Smart CardsApplicati...
Smart CardsA small electronic device about size of a credit card that  contains electronic memory and possibly an embedde...
Benefits of Smart CardsIdentificationAuthenticationData Storage
What’s in a Smart Card?Typical Configuration: - 256 byte to 4kb RAM 8kb to 32 kb ROM 1kb to 32kb EEPROM Crypto-coproc...
History of Smart CardsInvented by Helmut GrottrupJurgen DethloffIn 1968                      Helmut     Jurgen         ...
Types of Smart Cards1. Embossed Cards2. Magnetic Stripe Cards3. Memory Cards4. Optical Memory Cards5. Microprocessors Card...
Applications of Smart Cards1. Payphones2. Mobile     Communications3.   Banking & Retail4.   Electronic Purse5.   Health C...
How Smart Cards are used?1. Commercial    Applicationsa) Banking/Paymentb) Identificationc) Ticketingd) Parking and toll  ...
Uses cont’d2. Mobile Telecommunicationsa) SIM Cards used on cell phonesb) Over 300,000,000 GSM Phones    with Smart Cardsc...
Uses cont’d3. Information Technologya) Secure logon and   authentification of users to   PCs & Networksb) Encryption of Se...
Advantages & Disadvantages ofSmart CardsAdvantages: -            Disadvantages: -1. Flexibility                         1....
Conclusion
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  1. 1. Presented By: -Jaswinder Kaur
  2. 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. 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. 4. Benefits of Smart CardsIdentificationAuthenticationData Storage
  5. 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. 6. History of Smart CardsInvented by Helmut GrottrupJurgen DethloffIn 1968 Helmut Jurgen Grottrup Dethloff
  7. 7. Types of Smart Cards1. Embossed Cards2. Magnetic Stripe Cards3. Memory Cards4. Optical Memory Cards5. Microprocessors Cards6. Cryptographic Coprocessor Cards7. Contactless Smart Cards8. Contact Cards
  8. 8. Applications of Smart Cards1. Payphones2. Mobile Communications3. Banking & Retail4. Electronic Purse5. Health Care6. ID Verification & Access Control
  9. 9. How Smart Cards are used?1. Commercial Applicationsa) Banking/Paymentb) Identificationc) Ticketingd) Parking and toll collectione) Universities Smart Cards
  10. 10. Uses cont’d2. Mobile Telecommunicationsa) SIM Cards used on cell phonesb) Over 300,000,000 GSM Phones with Smart Cardsc) Mobile security, Billing Information etc
  11. 11. Uses cont’d3. Information Technologya) Secure logon and authentification of users to PCs & Networksb) Encryption of Sensitive Data
  12. 12. Advantages & Disadvantages ofSmart CardsAdvantages: - Disadvantages: -1. Flexibility 1. Fees applied with the use of a card2. Cost & Availability 2. It gives liability issues if stolen or lost3. Security 3. The accuracy of4. Data Integrity information is small 4. Lack of technology to5. Safety support users6. Easy to Use 5. It is potential for too much data on one card if lost or stolen
  13. 13. Conclusion

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