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Requirements driven methodology for assessing the security and business uses of smart cards

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This paper describes a methodology by which security and other business functions can be assessed for the potential application of smart card technology. The assessment goal is to answer the question, “Does it make good business sense to invest money in this technology for this particular business?” This methodology addresses the potential application of smart card technology to major organizations or functions and activities within a corporate entity

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Security Technology, 1996. 30th Annual 1996 International Carnahan Conference

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2-4 Oct. 1996

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