Smart Cards : The Developer's Toolkit
The complete Smart Card overview for decision-makers, developers, and integrators!-- Up-to-date coverage of every facet of Smart Card technology by two of the world's leading Smart Card consultants.-- Includes multiple international case studies.-- Written to be accessible and useful for both non-technical and technical professionals.Smart Cards, already widely used in Europe and rapidly gaining acceptance in North America, offer a powerful solution for maximizing security in a wide range of applications. In this book, two of the world's leading Smart Card consultants present a thorough, up-to-date, accessible introduction to Smart Card technology that will be valuable for decision-makers, developers, and marketers alike. Smart Cards: Developer's Toolkit presents a start-to-finish overview of the design and development of multi-application smart card environments. Tim Jurgensen and Scott Guthery cover every step of the process: selecting platforms, the logistics of initial deployment, support for continuous operations, ongoing management of card populations, and much more. For all CIOs, corporate security officers, market development and engineering project managers, application developers, systems integrators, and sales/marketing professionals interested in Smart Card technology.
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 177.8 x 234.2 x 28.7mm | 816.48g
- 01 Jul 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
About Tim Jurgensen
TIMOTHY M. JURGENSEN is an independent consultant specializing in smart cards and high-security infrastructures. Jurgensen has consulted on several projects utilizing smart cards for network and physical access, contributes to key smart card standards bodies, and is actively involved in security certifications for smart cards. SCOTT B. GUTHERY is currently Chief Technical Officer for Mobile-Mind, Inc., where he is designing and building Fujitsu's new smart card operating system, HIPERSIM. He developed the technical solutions and led the team that created the original Java Smart Card at Schlumberger, and was architect of Microsoft's Windows for Smart Card Operating System. Jurgensen and Guthery co-authored The Smart Card Developer's Kit, a leading resource for smart card software development and the first book to contain a smart card.
Table of contents
(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with Summary except chapter 1.)Foreword. Preface. 1. Overview of Smart Cards and Their Programming. History of Smart Cards. The Generic Smart Card Application. Major It Applications-The Big Four. Smart Card Programming. Elements of Smart Cards. Organization of the Book.2. Physical Characteristics of Smart Cards. Physical Security. Card Construction. ICC Architecture.3. Basic Standards for Smart Cards. ID Card Standards. Physical Characteristics of Identification Cards. Encoding of Information for Identification Cards. The Business Model for Identification Cards. Smart Card Standards. Characteristics of Smart Cards. Other Smart Card Standards and Specifications. Link-Level Protocols to Smart Cards. Application-Level Protocols.4. Smart Card Applications. General Architecture Of Applications. Infrastructure. Security. Security Mechanisms. Access Conditions. Interindustry Smart Card Commands (ISO 7816-4).5. Multiapplication Smart Cards. Why Multiapplication Smart Cards. A Brief History Of On-Card Interpreters And Virtual Machines. Application Selection And Aids. Application Identifiers. ISO-7816 Application Selection. Other Application Selection Schemes. The Scada Card. The Multos Card. The Java Card. The Windows-Powered Smart Card. The Zeitcontrol Basic Card. The Basic Card Application Development Cycle. Data Access Control. Summary of the Four Programmable Smart Cards.6. Commercial Smart Card Commands. Cryptoflex 32K EGATE. Cyberflex 32K EGATE.7. Smart Card Infrastructure. Smart Card Protocol Stacks. Stip-Small Terminal Interoperability Platform.8. GSM and Smart Cards. Introduction. Sim Standards and Their Evolution. Sim Apdus. Programming Language Bindings for the Card Application Toolki. Example: The Rapid Reorder Application. Evolution of the Sim and the Card Application Toolkit.9. Authorization: Public Keys Without the Infrastructure. Introduction. Making the Intangible Tangible. Shared Rights. Group Membership. Digital Rights Management (Drm). Remote Control. Example 1: The WCLA Auction Card. The Auction Advisor Program. Example 2: Mobile Authorization Using a WIM.10. Smart Card System Management. Converging Systems. The Actors. The Infrastructure. The Card System. Card Manufacturing. Characteristics to be Managed. Elements of a Card Management System.11. Current Trends and Future Directions. The Frontier of It Networks. The ETSI Smart Card Platform Project. Achieving Smart Card Interoperability. The SCP Standards. The UICC Platform. Next Generation Smart Card Operating Systems (COSNG). Summary.Glossary. Index.