1998-10-19

Security Information in the Vehicle With Smart Cards and JavaSt Platforms 98C045

Information networks involving consumers achieve best cost and efficiency with "thin clients", i.e. devices that remain simple and minimal. Cars are "thin clients on wheels": to reduce the cost of entry of information availability in the vehicle, processing intensive software and data will reside off board. With data flowing in and out of the vehicle, information privacy, integrity and authenticity become essential.
Java platforms were invented to provide safe networking to a variety of hardware platforms, now extending well beyond the desktop and reaching out consumers all the way to their plastic cards.
How can Java Card and other Java technologies provide the combination of security, ubiquity and mobility required by the automotive industry?

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