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on


Session


Speaker


Company


Title


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C01

ALZETTA

Sandra


Visa Europe


World Card Summit






C01

BACCHI

Lorijon


American Express Services Europe Limited


World Card Summit






C01

BARBERIS

Pierre


Oberthur Card Systems


World Card Summit






C01

BERGERON

Douglas


VeriFone Corporation


World Card Summit






C01

CHALIFOUX

Michel


BMO
-

Bank of Montreal


World Card Summit






C01

CHUNG

Chilhee


Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.


World Card Summit






C01

D'ANGELO

Amedeo


Ingenico


World Card Summit






C01

DARDANNE

Claude


STMicroelectronics


World Card Summit






C01

DAVIS

Don


SourceMedia


World Card Summit






C01

GASSEL

Helmut


Infineon Technologies A
G


World Card Summit






C01

DUVERNE

Christophe


NXP Semiconductors (formerly Philips
Semiconductors)


World Car
d Summit









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C01

HAASDIJK

Ben


Equens


World Card Summit






C01

KEIPER

Will


Hypercom EMEA Ltd.


World Card Summit






C01

OTTENBERG

Karsten


Giesecke & Devrient GmbH


World Card Summit






C0
1

PIOU

Olivier


Gemalto


World Card Summit






C01

RANDOUX

Yves


Groupement des Cartes Bancaires CB


World Card

Summit






C01

REILING

Christian F.


Thales e
-
Transactions Head Office


World Card Summit






C01

RODRIGUEZ

Roberto Isaac


Fimpe


World Card Summit






C01

ROSSETTI

Anna


Giesecke & Devrient Systems Canada, Inc


World Card Summit






C01

SAMIER

Patrick


Sagem Orga GmbH


World Card Summit






C01

STANTO
N

Kevin


MasterCard Canada


World Card Summit






C01

TUR HARTMANN

Francisco


European Central Bank


World Card
Summit






C01

WOLFF

Claude


SSB
-

Società per i Servizi Bancari


World Card Summit






C02

BOUCHERON
-
SAUNIER

Sylvie


Gemalto


Beckoning the un
-
banked: how the smartcard can help






C02

CUTLER

Russ


Confiance Advisors, LLC


Digital transaction entitlement management




C02

GAO

Sean Xiang


Beijing Watchdata System Co., Ltd


Transaction fabrication, h
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C02

HOYER

Philip


ActivIdentity


Accessing banking services from multiple channels




C02

KORNFELLNER

Ulrike




Identification in the banking sector






C02

KRIEBEL

Carl


Confiance Advisors, LLC


Digital transaction entitlement management




C02

KRUG

Jorge F.


Banrisul S.A.


Benefits of convergence between EMV and PKI applications
-

A case study




C02

NUNES DE OLIVEIRA


Smartcon Consultancy Ltd.


Deploying state wide digital signatures on EMV and PKI cards




C02

REAVLEY

Nigel


Xiring


On
-
l
ine authentication for banks: the importance of a complete solution from
factory to end user




C02

RINGWOOD

Neil


IBM Canada


Preparation for fraud migration in the post
-
EMV era




C02

SENGERS

Tom


Vasco Data Security


EMV
-
CAP: The de
-
facto standard for e
-
commerce and e
-
banking security




C02

SIEGELIN

Christoph


Smart Payment Association


Secured authent
ication using EMV smartcards






C02

SMITH

John


Visa Europe


Impact of EMV on fraud in Europe




C03

BERGMAN

Chris


IBIA


The uses of bi
ometry






C03

CHAUDOIN

Mike


UPEK


How the enterprise is stimulating consumer adoption




C03

ERNST

Gerhart


Cross Match Technologies


T
he growing demand for end
-
to
-
end biometrics




C03

FISCHER

Tom


Pay By Touch


Biometric authentication and payment: more secure and convenient for the
customer




C03

GEBERT

Marc


AuthenTec, Inc


Secure mobile commerce
-

Raising customer and operator satisfaction







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C03

GERINTE

Philippe


Icomsat S.A


Multi
-
application contactless card with embedded biometr
ics




C03

KOZLAY

Douglas


Biometr
ics Associate, Inc. (BAI)


Vulnerabilities and Practical Mitigations in Contactless Biometric ID Cards




C03

LAZZOUNI

Mohamed


L
-
1 Identity Solutions


Advancement: e
-
passports and automated authentication




C03

McGLADE

Mark


Ingenia Technology


Laser Surface Authentication™: Natural Randomness as a Fingerprint for
Docume
nt and Product Authentication




C0
3

RICHDALE

Kelly


A4 Vision


The new Frontier: ePassports and border control using combined 2D
-
3D face
recognition






C03

VASSORT

Patrick


Icomsat S.A


Multi
-
application contactless card with embedded biometrics




C03

WHITE

Conor


Daon Inc


Real
-
time usage of the biometric PIV credential




C03

WILLIS

Bill


ImageWare Systems, Inc


Embracing next generation biometric capabilities




C04

ALAOUI

Abdeslam


Hightech Payment Systems


The international challenge, delive
ring card & credit products adapted to every
market:

-

Europe: Eastern countries, learning from the Western experience

-

Africa & Middle East: innovative products for specific situations.






C04

BARBRY

Eric


ALAIN BENSOUSSAN
-

AVOCATS


Controlling employees and cybersurveillance




C04

BENSOUSSAN

Alain


ALAIN BENSOUSSAN
-

AVOCATS


Controlling employees and cybersurveillance




C04

BRULE

Dominique


NXP Semiconductors


Near Field Communication: challe
nges and opportunities for commercial
implementation




C04

CYROT

Jean
-
Luc


Arthur D. Little


"Facing off on convergence"




C04

GRUBER

Martin


NXP Semiconductors


Near Field Communication: challenges and opportunities for commercial
implementation







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C04

MERCIER

Maguy


Experian Western Europe


The international challenge, delivering card & credit products adapted to every
market:

-

Europe: Eastern countries, learning from the Western experience

-

Africa & Middle East: innovative products for specific situations.






C05

AROUS

Olivier


Renesas Technology Europe GmbH


Is there a future for an NVM (Non
-
Volatile Memory) SIM Card that is greater
than 256Kb?






C05

CINKLER

Kalman


Infineon Chip Card and Security ICs


New business cases require new solutions
-

Interfaces for the next Generation
USIM




C05

DEININGER

Axel


Samsung Semiconductor Europe GmbH


Enabling new mobile services with high densi
ty SIM Cards




C05

DOLIQUE

Christophe


SIM
alliance


Putting the SIM at the heart of the mobile exo
-
system




C05

GIRODON

Stéphane


Oberthur Card Systems


Smart Card Web Server: The power of Internet in your SIM




C05

GRALL

Jean
-
Yves


Spansion


High Density SIM: a key to open the door for more revenue




C05

MANGIABENE

Simonetta


Telecom Italia


ZSIM, enabling innovative services to improve quality of life




C05

MASTROTOTARO

Pietro


Telecom Italia


ZSIM, enabling i
nnovative services to improve quality of life




C05

NACHEF

Armand


Gemalto


Offering SIM strong authentication to Internet services




C05

PISETZKY

Eytan


M
-
Systems


High density SIMs are here... but how do you sell them?




C05

RICHTER

Oliver


Giesecke & Devrient GmbH


Flash beyond storage




C05

TISSEUIL

Jean
-
Christophe


Sagem Orga


High Density SIM: a key to open the door for more revenue




C05

TORNESE

Rosario


Incard


Using BIP for integration into enterprise s
ervices







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C05

VAN THANH

Do


Telenor Norway


Offering SIM strong authentication to Internet services




C05

YIAP

Fredy


CardsNowAsia


Tomorrow’s SIM card






C06

DE BEER

Fred


Riscure


Radi
o Frequency Analysis of RFID card




C06

HILTON

Neil


Infineon Technologies


Embedded RFID for brand protection and anti
-
counterfeiting




C06

LEBLAN

Xavier


Balogh SA


RFID contributions for VIP access control




C06

LEGENDRE

Jean
-
François


Afnor


Traçabilité
-

RFID
-

Normes et Standards




C06

LENNARZ

Joachim


Zeag Ltd


New perspectives in Parking and Revenue control
-

RFID & Security in

Parking




C06

MESLIN

Jean
-
Marc


Oberthur Card Systems


Beyond technology, Convenience, a keyword to drive RFID deployments




C06

MOREAU

Emmanuel


DAG Systems


Environment practically insensitive cards






C06

TRAUTNER

Stephan


ACG Identification Technologies


Specific requirements for RFID readers in public transport




C06

VACHERAND

François


CEA
-
LETI


RFID: Solutions






C06

VACHERAND

François


CEA
-
LETI


New Emerging Technologies for Contactless Microsystems




C06

VAN DE VEN

Roland


Uniross Batteries


The new and ultimate battery type for smartcard and RFID




C06

WITTEMAN

Marc


Riscure


Radio Frequency Analysis of RFI
D card




C07

ATKINSON

Steven


Monitise Lim
ited


eMoney: demystifying the steps towards viable eMoney







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C07

BRUHNKE

Michael


Renesas Technology Europe GmbH


Banking Trend: the integration of contactless payment




C07

CARPREAU

Bruno


MasterCard Worldwide


Contactless smartcards: sharing our experiences




C07

GARBACK

Gregory


Washington Area Metro Transit Authority


E
-
money






C07

GARIB

Marco


Evermobile


Mobile POS: how to reinvent the acquiring business




C07

HORANI

Mohamed


HPS (Hightech Payment Systems)


Economic and strategic challenges of interoperability




C07

LAKE

Andrew


Andrew Lake and Associates


MobileM
oney service revolutionizes South African banking






C07

MANGIAGALLI

Guido


Visa Europe


Visa mobile contactles
s proximity payments






C07

MITRUNEN

Juha


Valimo Wireless


Mobile signature: security for mass
-
market applicat
ions




C07

SIEGELIN

Christoph


Gemalto


Co
ntactless EMV: the China Trust Bank experience






C07

ULLA

Aleem


AJB Software Design Inc.


Payment challenges
facing North American companies when expanding
abroad and how Europe can help




C07

VANDERHOOF

Randy


Smart Card Alliance


E
-
money






C07

WOO

Mung
-
Ki


Fr
ance Telecom Orange


NFC Mobile Network Operator (MNO) Payments: a winning combination






C08

BAUDRI

Sebastien


Embryo


Private payment system for the taxis of Sao Paulo in Brazil






C08

CHOUR

Bassam


Quintess


Why and how

marketing and service offers are key factors for the success of a
multi
-
application EMV card




C08

CRAWFORD

Conn


Sunderland City Council


Why multi
-
application cards need federated ID







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C08

de MOURA

Gérard


Galitt


Multi
-
applications






C08

DJURDJEVIC

Nebo


Cardis International


Success factors for a chip based micro payment application




C08

FAGAN

Wayne


African Resonance


The Sport
-
For
-
All system in South Africa: managing government vouchers to
have access to leisure activities




C08

FUHRMANN

Heiner


Infineon Technologies AG


European eSignature
-

success through multi
-
application backdoor?




C08

HOMMEL

Oliver


Zentraler Kreditausschuss / C/0
Bundesverband der Deutschen Volksbanken
und Rai


SECCOS
-

Smartcard platform of the German banking industry






C08

MADDOCKS

Ian


StepNexus


Managing multi
-
application perso
-

cost effective device issuance




C08

MARKOVIC

Milan


Banca Intesa ad Belgrade


Combining authentication with secure payment




C08

MERSCHEN

Toni


MasterCard Worldwide


Multi
-
application cards revisit
ed: combining security and convenience for an
attractive card product




C08

PEREZ KRIEB

Gabriel


Image Technology Mexico


Mexicos ID Card Tu Salud
-

Smartcards in Health Services




C08

TOCATLIAN

Eric


ActivIdentity


Why multi
-
application cards need federated ID






C09

BRUHNKE

Michael


Renesas Technology Europe GmbH


What are the key requirements for an optimized silicon passport platform?






C09

JETTE

Rome


Versatile


Electronic components






C09

JETTE

Rome


Versatile Card Technology


Battery
-
powered cards provide new applications, new opportunities






C09

JULIA

Jean
-
Marc


Spansion Inc


Securing mobile devices with Flash memory throughout the ecosystem







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C09

PEETERS

Ad


Handshake Solutions


Clockless Ics for reduced energy and improved connectivity




C09

SOURGEN

Laurent


STMicroelectronics


Flash memory and future SIM cards: embedding or embedded?




C10

BELLINI GARCIA

Marcelo


Sagem Orga do Brasil

S.A.


Innovations in road toll collection: a use case from Brazil




C10

ERRERA

Victor


Smart e Moon ltd


Calypso in Israel: from technology to business




C10

FISCHER

Marc


Ingenico


The solutions of mobility: how to combine trade and secure payment




C10

GRUBER

Martin


Philips Austria GmbH Styria


Interoperability, the biggest challenge in public transport




C10

MORVANT

Bernard


Peppercoin


Mobility






C10

ÖZTÜRK

Güliz


KentKart


Turnkey solutions on automated fare collection and vehicle tracking systems




C10

SURE

Patrick


ASK S.A


Seamless mobility card: 20th Winter O
lympic Games Torino
-

Return on
experience




C11

BLACHE

Pascal


Cartaix


The role of the innovating cards on the shape, the design and especially the
expectations of consumer regarding these changes in shape and design




C11

DAVID

Philippe


Gemalto


Banking Cards for women: Experience across the world




C11

DE LECLUSE

Guillaume


LaSer


Optimizing your card offer by personalizing
content and functionalities






C11

DENIS

Marie
-
Jane


Oberthur Card Systems


The development of personalisation
services in the wake of EMV




C11

GILES

Wi
lliam


MasterCard Worldwide


Personalization: added value services card chip migration in Canada




C11

GODET

Sébastien


Kadeos


Partnership between Kadeos and its printer through the launches of the BtoC
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JULLIEN

Laurent


Bouygues Telecom


Contactless mobile services, inventory of fixtures and possibilities




C11

LANGEAIS

Georges


CNCE


Personalization: add
ed value services






C11

LANGEAIS

Georges


CNCE


Conference's conclusion






C11

NODA

Masao


JCB International


Contactless and mobile payment JCB strategy and Japanese market




C11

RUNCIE

Jim


Datacard Group


Secure ID in the 21st century: a technology perspective




C12

ANGLEYS

Marie
-
Maxence


Adv
eniat


Strong authentication at a content publisher’s






C12

BRAFINE

Christian


Collis B.V.


Theft ide
ntity






C12

CUENOD

Jean
-
Christophe


Validy Net Inc


Protection of program execution with a co
-
process
or token




C12

de MINGUINE

Christ
ophe


IdealX


Smart card: vector of trust




C12

ENGEL

Frédéric


Livo Technologies SAS


Embedded, managed unique user ID for fixed and mobile web applications




C12

GAO

Sean Xiang


Beijing Watchdata System Co., Ltd


« I will run only if the track is secure»




C12

HAMAIMI

Vincent


Ciphertrust / Secure Computing


Does identity matter? The corrosion of priv
acy




C12

LECHAT

Bertrand


Editio
ns Francis Lefebvre


Protecting a publisher's assets and business with X.COD technology




C12

LOMBARDY

Pierre


nCryptone


A new card to restore trust in online payments




C12

REAVLEY

Nigel


Xiring


Providing on
-
line identity security for all PC users, including visually impaired







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SCHLANG

Nathalie


Certeurope


Theft and impersonation
-

Ensuring trus
t in digital interchanges




C12

T
HONIEL

Pascal


NTX Research


Strong authentication at a content publisher’s




C12

TIVERMAN

Ola


Todos Data Systems AB


Secure banking with secure authentication




C12

ZIV

Aran


M
-
Systems


Beyond two
-
factor authentication




C13

BOLIGNANO

Dominique


Trusted Logic


Harnessing Java Card™ for cross
-
market multi
-
application




C13

GOIRE

Christian


JavaCard Forum


JavaCard






C13

JAUFFRET

Pierre


Oberthur Card Systems


M
ulti
-
application payment cards
-

the (new) case for Javacard






C13

OSTROWSKY

Yves


Gemalto


Advances in Java c
ard for the financial sector






C13

PARADINAS

Pierre


CNAM
-
Cedric


Mesure, an open project for measuring perfor
mances for Java




C13

TOURNIER

Florian


Su
n Microsystems


Future directions for Java card technology




C14

BRECHNER

Siegfried


LEGIC Identsystems AG


Chip card independent physical access and related multi
-
application






C14

DAVIS

Michael L.


HID Global Corporation


What can smart cards do for you?




C14

FEDRONIC

Dominic


ActivIdentity


How corporate ID badges directly addresses logical and physical security?




C14

KEEGAN

Michael


Fujitsu


From exclusion to open access in a secure world
-

is eI
D the missing link?




C14

MORRIS

Tanya


Reference Point Ltd.


Custom software with smart cards
-

Access control applications







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C14

POLLMANN

Malte


Utimaco Safeware AG


Access control systems






C14

SOUDER

John


Unisys Corporation


Enterprise security: convergence in a new world




C15

BAYSALLI

Alp


DOS


Loyalty solution for Turkish water company






C15

BERTHIER

Bruno


Accentiv' France


Key success factors for gift card programs in France an abroad




C15

BETZER

Andreas


Loyalty Partner GmbH


Loyalty cards with payment function: Payback case study




C15

BUCHMANN

Gregor


Experian Deutschland GmbH


Exploiting the power of data for global customer management




C15

DHARWADKER

Sanjay


Smart Card Societ
y of Southern Africa


Loyalty and gift cards






C15

GRANGER

Jean
-
Yves


LaSer


Cards and customer experience, th
e new levers for customer loyalty






C15

HARROIS

Philippe


Groupe Casino


From prepaid to gift cards in the Cas
ino stores






C15

LANGLAIS

Joël


Atos Worldline


From prepaid to gift cards in the Casino stores






C15

LOMBARD

Didier


Galitt


Gift card: sharing and managing the data




C15

TRYGGVASON

Ingólfur


KreditKort hf


EMV smartcard with retail loyalty and secure payment




C15

XOUAL

Wilfrid


Alphyra


Payzone: the

success story of a winning concept of loyalty at the POS




C15

ZANONI

Michael


American Bank Note Corporation


Good practices for a winning loyalty program




C16

CHABAS

Jean
-
Jacques


SAGEM Monétel


IP and the card payment: concepts and case studies in France and Taiwan







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CHOU

Eric


Airlink Technology Co., Ltd.


EMV migration project for hypermarket




C16

COLLIN

Thierry


Thales e
-
Transactions


E
-
banking convergence:
proximity, distributed, integrated




C16

I
SRAEL

Alain


Intellect


Security evolution and integration for payment terminals






C16

IVANESCU

Viorel


Ingeni
co


Reducing time to market while developing multi
-
featured and highly reliable
terminals
-

Is this a paradox?






C16

KRISTENSSON

Stefan


Dresser Wayne Pignone


Next generation EPTs






C16

LE MOUEL

Marc


MoneyLine


Payment

terminals, a disappearing species?




C16

MASTRANGELO

Edward


Hypercom Corporation


Mobile payment terminals and wireless technology advancements




C16

MENGUS

Jean
-
Paul


Gemalto


How do you meet, in the world of payment terminals, the new requirements
regarding speedy implementation while complying with the most stringent
security criteri
a?






C16

TALACH

David


VeriFone Corporation


Cutting the cord on wireless. Going wireless






C16

VAN NAUW

Peter


Banksys


Security and market requirements: impact on unattended terminals






C17

BENON

Patrick


Oberthur Card Systems


How IAS smartcards will change citizens day to day life




C17

BEST

Tim


LogicaCMG


One eye on the future: Successfully antic
ipating future demands upon smart
cards and electronic identity documents






C17

BRECHT

Björn


Bundesd
ruckerei GmbH


Next generation border crossing
-

logistics as a role model for future border
management




C17

DOUSTARI

Mohammad Ali


Scientific Green Company


Iran's ePassport project: lessons and experiences







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C17

DUSAUTOIR

Philippe


Thales Security Systems


Lessons learned from ePassport projects fully deployed or unde
r deployment
around the world






C17

HANNAH

Gordon


BearingPoint, Inc.


Nationwide deployment of ident
ity management solutions




C17

IC
HIKAWA

Bryan


Unisys


Electronic documents






C17

KOVALAINEN

Matti


Gemalto c/o Setec


Swedish ePasspo
rt: over a year of experience of introduction and issuance of
highly secure ePassport




C17

NOWAKOWSKI

Dariusz


Polish Security Printing Works plc


Central personalization of Polish car registration documents




C17

PANEV

Mirko


Siemens Business Services GmbH & Co OHG


Case study
-

Implementation of Biometric Border Contr
ol in Croatia




C17

REAGAN

J.R.


BearingPoint, Inc.


Nationwide deployment of identity management solutions




C17

SIEVERS

Michael


Sagem Orga GmbH


The new chip
-
based European driving license






C17

WAHLBERG

Thomas


Swedish National Police Board


Swedish ePassport: over a year of experience of introduction and issuance of
highly secure ePassport




C18

ANDRIES

Marc


Banque de France


Supervision: European studies on the methods for security surveillance
of
card systems by the central banks




C18

DAVIS

Michael L.


HID Global Corporation


Smartcards: Dumb (and dangerous) ways to use them




C18

DEL GIUDICE

Lauren


Gemalto


Designing a sensitive section Application Programming Interface for new
generation smartcards




C18

DEMAERTELAERE

Filip


Banksys


Hardware security modules throughout the e
-
payment chai
n






C18

GRANGE

Frédéric


ActivIdentity


Identity management and Single Sign
-
On: the corner stone to d
igital identity
assurance







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C18

G
RISSONNANCHE

André


Exense


Cards and security






C18

GRÖNEWALD

Heiner


Sagem Orga GmbH


10 years expe
rience in smartcards to modernize communication techniques




C18

JANKE

Marcus


Infineon Technologies AG


Smartcard security: attack scenarios




C18

LAACKMANN

Peter


Infineon Technologies AG


Smartcard security: attack scenarios




C18

NACCACHE

David


Ingenico


Embedded malfare detection






C18

SCHOBER
-
HALSTENBERG

Hans
-
Jürgen


QuaSi
-
Niere


10 years experience in smartcards to modernize communication techniques




C18

WARREN

Ken


Cryptography Research Inc


High assurance testing of smartca
rd against power analysis






C18

WRIGHT

Allen


Visa Canada Association


Consumer and Merchant views on

card security in Canada




C19

BASHAN

Ohad


OTI (On Track Innovations, Ltd)


Contactless payment in the US: trials, errors and success






C19

BODLOVIC

Dj
ani


Jakino d.o.o.


Biodegradable contactless cards: development and production




C19

COLLINS

Jonathan


ABI Research


Contactless solutions and its applications






C19

CUMMINGS

Nathan


HID Global Corporation


Real
-
world contactless smartcard applications
-

case study presentations




C19

DUBARRY

Xavier


Oberthur Card Systems


Customer acceptance of contactless technologies




C19

ENGUENT

Jean
-
Pierre


Atmel


How to manage analog front end in contactless applications




C19

GAUTHIER

Dominique


Ingenico


Contactless EMV: providing maxi
mum convenience and security







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C19

GRAEBER

Frank


NXP Semiconductors


Experience from the first commercial roll out of NFC






C19

OSAMURA

Ted


Sony Corpo
ration


Japan’s experience: contactless phone / PC and worldwide expansion






C19

STANTON

Lisa


Citizen Bank


C
ontactless payments
-

a US issuers's perspective




C19

VIAN

Bernard


Inside Contactless SA


MicroPass: The intelligent hardware platform






C19

WHAAP

Ant
oine


Galitt


Contactless: Challenges and problems of interoperability




CA1

ALLEAUME

Christophe


Laboratoire PRINT


Community stake and industrial opportunities






CA1

BELLEIL

Arnaud


Cecurity.com


Secure Electronic Transaction by 2015






CA1

BLOT

Philippe


N'Cryptone


Powered card, the 4th generation




CA1

CAMPANA

Mireille


Direction générale des Entreprises (DGE)


Pôle TES: international lever of competitiveness and local economic
development






CA1

CAZENEUVE

Bernard


Région Basse Normandie


Pôle TES: international lever of competitiveness and local economic
development






CA1

COUCHARD

Alain


Gemalto


SOPAS : Secured Payment and Authentication SOlution




CA1

GOUPIL

Christophe


ENSICAEN


Master in Microelectronics System Design & Technology




CA1

LEMOINE

Philippe


Grand témoin


Commu
nity stake and industrial opportunities






CA1

MONTEIRO DA SILVA

Harris


Atos Worldline


Payment with
Secure NFC Mobile
-

MOTESPay project with the Caen Basse
-
Normandie Transactions Electroniques Sécurisées (TES) Competitiveness
Cluster







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CA1

MULLER

Laurent


NXP Semiconductors


E
-
government






CA1

MURRAY

Franck


NXP


Community stake and industrial opportunities






CA1

O’NEIL

Sean


Synaptic Laboratories LTD


VEST, Cloning prevention




CA1

PAILLES

Jean
-
Claude


Orange Business Service


Medi@sur Project




CA1

PELLEGRINELLI

Jean
-
Luc


Groupement Cartes Bancaires


SOPAS : Secured Payment and Authentication SOlution




CA1

QUISQUATER

Jean
-
Jacques


Microelectronic Laboratory


Community stake and

industrial opportunities




CA1

R
ANDOUX

Yves


Pôle TES


Secure Electronic Transaction by 2015




CA1

SCHOTT

Cyrille


Préfecture de Basse Normandie


Pôle TES: international lever of competitiveness and local economic
development






CA1

SIMONNET

Laurent


Atos Worldline


MOTES






CA1

THUOT

Pascal




Pôle TES






CA2

BERNABEU

Gil


GlobalPlatform


GlobalPlatform presents new s
olutions for the ID marketplace




CA2

DEPINAY

Jean
-
Loup


Oberthur Card Systems


Passport and National ID implementation project






CA2

GASTON

Lorenzo


Gemalto


European Citizen Card: a challenge for Europe




CA2

GILLICK

Kevin


GlobalPlatform


Panel discussion
-

Convergence on eID and Government Programs






CA2

MacGREGOR

William


National Institute of Standards and
Technology


NIST Personal Identity Verification: Once and Future Platforms







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CA2

OHYAMA

Nagaaki


NICSS


Next Generation IC Card System Study Group (NICSS) presentation on
Japan’s new governmen
t program






CA2

PRINCE

Lynne


US Department of Defense


US Department of Defense launch of GlobalPlat
form/ PIV




CA2

SHIMADA

Hiroshi


Fujitsu
-

NICSS


GCF and e
-
ID




CA
2

TROJANI

Frederic


Gemalto


Passport and National ID implementation project






CA2

WESTERMANN

Michae
l


Bell ID


e
-
card Austria
-

Social Security Smart Card Project