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Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications: 16th International Conference, CARDIS 2017   [open pdf - 73KB]

Proceedings from the 16th International Conference on Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications (CARDIS 2017), held in Lugano, Switzerland, during November 13-15, 2017: "The conference was organized by the ALaRI Institute on the campus of Universita della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano. CARDIS has provided a space for security experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas on security of smart cards and related applications. Those objects have been part of our daily life for years: banking cards, SIM [subscriber identity module] cards, electronic passports, etc. But the world is changing; the smartcard, as a secure element, is more and more often the hardware root of trust of bigger systems. Their applications and use cases are also increasing through M2M [machine to machine] and massive IoT [internet of things]. As such, smartcard security is key since the security of entire systems relies on it. With the growing use of smartcard technology, the attack surface is also increasing, from physical attacks to logical attacks, from local attacks to remote attacks. Combined attacks are also to be considered. It is more important than ever that we understand how smart cards, and related systems, can be secured."

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