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Gemalto recently published its latest Breach Level Index, an activity the company inherited from SafeNet, and that is conducted twice a year. In the latest edition, covering the first half of 2018, the company establishes that 3.5 billion data records have being compromised worldwide in H1/ 2018. These data breaches continue to grow faster as the number of records compromised more than doubled over the previous year’s figures. According to Gemalto research, human errors and poor security practices continue to be a major source of data breaches. Unsurprisingly, and in line with its business positioning, Gemalto concludes that access management, including multi-factor authentication brings si

Contactless payment on the adoption path, even in the US!

For many years, the smart card industry as a whole has been supporting the adoption of contactless cards, or to be more specific dual interface cards: cards that can be used in contact or contactless modes. However, one must recognize our efforts have been more successful in Europe and in Asia than in North America. Things may be changing now as more US card issuers are adopting hybrid cards. However, we are often in a snake that bites its own tail situation as the switch from a technology to another requires careful planning and coordinated actions: merchants are only interested in installing contactless POS terminals when contactless cards are on the field and financial institutions are o

More data to bring better life?

Last week, during Smart City event in Marseille, France, politicians shared the stage with more technical people to discuss the city of tomorrow. All of them combine high promises with high expectations and propose to turn our cities in places where our lives will be better. The Smart City promise typically encompasses better housing, better transportation, better access to services, … and to create Future Cities. IBM has established that 90% of data ever created was created in the last two years. Data are created by public and private entities alike, and we all know some of the largest creators of data are the GAFAM (Google Amazon Facebook Apple Microsoft). Of course, this raises questions

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