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ICC

abbreviation for INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT.
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Rhys Evans, deputy senior director of Consumer Focus Wales, used the announcement to renew calls for an all-Wales smart card to cover all forms of public transport.
The Liverpool 08 smart card was produced by Livesmart
In addition, while the previous BlackBerry Smart Card Reader model supported a randomly generated 8-digit numeric Bluetooth pairing PIN, the new model can support more complex Bluetooth pairing PINs with both characters (symbols, letters, capital letters) and numbers.
The new Dominion KX II KVM-over-IP solution joins the Paragon(R) II Smart Card Solution -- the first and only enterprise analog KVM solution with an integrated smart-card reader.
With an embedded microcontroller, smart cards have the unique ability to securely store data, carry out their own functions--encryption and authentication--and interact intelligently with a smart card reader.
Now, says Tendencias, "While fraud remains low by global standards, the rapid growth of card penetration has pushed up the number of fraudulent incidents by some 15% annually." In the region, Brazil has the highest rate of migration from magnetic strip cards to EMV smart cards with 90 percent of terminals EMV compatible.
Frost & Sullivan forecasts a 59.1% annual growth rate for microcontroller smart card shipments during the same period.
According to CardXX, it also provides improved manufacturing efficiency, compared with standard "mill-and-glue" lamination of smart cards.
Europe's banking authorities are requiring a change to tougher smart cards, already in use in France for 15 years, says Claudel.
Besides providing better authentication of the identities of people accessing buildings and computer systems, smart cards offer a number of other potential benefits and uses, such as creating electronic passenger lists for deploying military personnel and tracking immunization and other medical records.
Today, these biometric technologies are being used by a numbers of institutions that see their benefits over traditional smart cards.