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Using Smart Cards for Authenticating in Public Services: A Comparative Study
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- Arroyo Guardeño D., Gayoso Martínez V., Hernández Encinas L., Martín Muñoz A. (2015) Using Smart Cards for Authenticating in Public Services: A Comparative Study. In: Herrero Á., Baruque B., Sedano J., Quintián H., Corchado E. (eds) International Joint Conference. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 369. Springer, Cham
Smart cards are well-known tamper-resistant devices, and as such they represent an excellent platform for implementing strong authentication. Many services requesting high levels of security rely on smart cards, which provide a convenient security token due to their portability. This contribution analyses two Spanish smart card deployments intended to be used for accessing eGoverment services, comparing their respective contents and capabilities.