SECORA ID security platform for contactless digital ID documents

SECORA ID security platform for contactless digital ID documents

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By Ally Winning

The first variant in the SECORA range is SECORA ID S, which is intended to be a flexible, Java-based solution. SECORA ID S simplifies and quickens the design and manufacture of region-specific sovereign documents such as eIDs in card format. The platform contains everything required, including the security chip, the operating system and applets. It has been designed to meet the increased security needs of sovereign applications: the chip and operating system are certified according to Common Criteria EAL 6+.

SECORA ID S offers:

  • The SLC52G security chip offers the highest level of protection for the individual data of the card holder and has a storage capacity of up to 800 kByte.

  • The chip offers outstanding performance for contactless data transfer.

  • The v3.0.5 Java Card Standard software is designed to facilitate and quicken the design and testing of electronic ID cards.

  • Customized applets are available to speed personalization of the documents.

  • Infineon’s Coil-on-Module chip package technology cards have manufactured to become more robust. Their production is also more cost-efficient. The chip is now glued and no longer soldered to the card, eliminating vulnerable soldering points. The cards are valid for a relatively long time and in daily use become significantly more durable. Smaller card manufacturers can use existing production facilities for contact-based cards without major investments.

SECORA ID S along with the Infineon eMRTD applet (CC EAL5+), which was developed especially for machine-readable travel documents, is available now. More applets from the Infineon Applet Collection and from Masktech GmbH be available in the second half of this year.

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