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SDW 2014 acknowledges the support of the following Partner Associations and Organizations.
Asia Pacific Smart Card Association • Biometrics Institute • EEMA •
European Association for Biometrics • Eurosmart • GlobalPlatform •
Hologram Manufacturers Association of India • International Biometrics & Identification Association •
International Hologram Manufacturers Association • Product and Image Security Foundation •
Secure Identity Alliance • Silicon Trust • SIM Alliance • Smartex • techUK
If you are interested in becoming a Supporting Assoication, please contact: Pam Chattin: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
APSCA is the only regional industry association for organisations in the smart card, smart devices, contactless, mobile contactless/NFC, e-Identification and M2M/IOT businesses in Asia, focusing on multi-sector business and government applications. The Association delivers information, guidance and networking to corporations and government organisations, including smart card scheme operators and suppliers, providing an unparalleled opportunity to source information and contacts, facilitate smart card and M2M/IOT initiatives and generate increased business development. Established in 1997, APSCA now has over 60 members in 13 countries throughout Asia as well as in Australia and Europe. The Association has organised more than 150 events in over 12 Asian countries, focusing on the business and technology for smart cards, smart objects and smart devices, and has one of the largest business networks in Asia with over 11,000 smart card industry executives. APSCA is part of the Smartex group of smart card industry associations in Europe, Africa and Asia with over 300 members worldwide.
Find out more at: http://www.apsca.org
The Biometrics Institute is an independent membership organisation which started off in Australia in July 2001 with initial funding from the Australian Government. It now has offices in Sydney, Australia and London, UK to provide an international forum for biometric users.
The mission of the Biometrics Institute is to be an international forum for biometric users and other interested parties and to facilitate the responsible use of biometrics.
It has developed a Privacy Guidelines for its members and a Biometric Vulnerability Assessment Methodology.
It holds four biometrics conferences per year: Wellington/ New Zealand, Sydney and Canberra/ Australia and London/ UK plus several training courses and networking functions.
The organisation is unique in that it has been set up as a user group with a majority of user members such as government departments and organisations using or planning to use biometrics running the association. To date we have over 120 member organisations in the public and private sector from around the world including amongst others Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Brisbane Airport, Department of Labour - Immigration New Zealand, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (UK), Ministry of Defence Singapore, Morpho and Unisys.
For 26 years, EEMA has been Europe’s leading independent, non-profit e-Identity & Security association, working with its European members, governmental bodies, standards organisations and interoperability initiatives throughout Europe to further e-Business and legislation.
EEMA’s remit is to educate and inform over 1,500 Member contacts on the latest developments and technologies, at the same time enabling Members of the association to compare views and ideas. The work produced by the association with its Members (projects, papers, seminars, tutorials and reports etc.) is funded by both membership subscriptions and revenue generated through fee-paying events. All of the information generated by EEMA and its members is available to other members free of charge.
In 2012 we held our eID Interoperability Conference in Biel, Switzerland in March, the e-Identity Conference, in Paris, France in June and ISSE 2012 was held in Brussels. The presentations and reports from these events are available to members for download from www.eema.org
Planning is now underway for our annual conference, Digital Enterprise Europe 11-12 June, Amsterdam, our Regional Interest Group meetings and of course ISSE 2013 which takes place in Brussels (22-23 October). These events give attendees the opportunity to keep up-to-date with information about the state of the industry and to network with like minded people. EEMA members attend Interest Group meetings free and at a much reduced fee for the conferences.
EEMA and its members are also involved in many European funded projects including STORK2, SSEDIC and TDL (Trust in Digital Life).
Any organisation involved in e-Identity or Security (usually of a global or European nature) can become a Member of EEMA, and any employee of that organisation is then able to participate in EEMA activities. Examples of organisations taking advantage of EEMA membership are Volvo, Deloitte, ING, BankID Norge, Rabobank, Sanofi Aventis, Verisign, Verizon, Thales eSecurity, Novartis, PGP, McAfee, Adobe, Magyar Telecom Rt, National Communications Authority, Hungary, Ministerion de Trabajo, Nokia, European Commission, Microsoft, Consult Hyperion and Siemens, to name but a few.
Find out more at: www.eema.org
The EAB is a non-profit organization seeking to advance the proper and beneficial use of biometrics in Europe, taking into account the interests of European citizens, industries, academia and governments.
The European Association for Biometrics (EAB) is the primary European multi stakeholder platform for biometrics.
The EAB targets its activities at the following areas of interest:
- Communication and community building;
- Training and education;
- Research and programme development
The EAB engages stakeholders from all European countries including the European Commission and the European Parliament, by establishing a pan-European network of national contacts points and platforms and by providing a program that appeals to common needs.
The EAB is committed to contribute to the development of technologies and services that ensure safety, security, interoperability and the protection of human rights, including the right to privacy.
Find out more at: www.eab.org
EUROSMART is an international non-profit association located in Brussels. It represents companies, payment systems, laboratories, associations and independent experts of the Smart Security Industry. The association monitors smart security market trends and publishes twice a year volume market forecasts by segment, being the worldwide reference and acknowledged as representing “the Voice of the Smart Security Industry”.
Eurosmart members are companies (Austria Card, EM Electronic Marin, FNMT-RCM, Gemalto, Giesecke & Devrient, Infineon Technologies, Inside Secure, LFoundry, Morpho, NedCard, NXP Semiconductors, Oberthur Technologies, Prooftag, Renesas Electronics, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Toshiba), payment systems (GIE Cartes Bancaires, Mastercard), laboratories (CEALETI), research organisations (Fraunhofer AISEC), associations (Smart Payment Association, Mobismart, Danish Biometrics) and independent experts (Michel Koenig, Jonas Andersson).
Find out more at: www.eurosmart.com
GlobalPlatform identifies, develops and publishes specifications that facilitate the secure and interoperable deployment and management of multiple embedded applications on secure chip technology. Its proven technical specifications are regarded as the international industry standard for building a trusted end-to-end solution which serves multiple actors and supports several business models.
The freely available specifications provide the foundation for market convergence and innovative new cross-sector partnerships. The technology has been adopted globally across finance, mobile/telecom, government, healthcare, retail and transit sectors.
GlobalPlatform is a member-driven association with cross-industry representation from all world continents. Its members contribute to technical committees and market-led task forces.
Find out more at: www.globalplatform.org
The Hologram Manufacturers Association of India (HOMAI) is a not-for-profit, trade association working to stimulate the understanding, adoption, use and widespread application of holographic technology.
Established in 1998, its membership is drawn from manufacturers of holographic
solutions and their allied products across the country. The association invests heavily in education on the appropriate uses of holographic solutions for brand protection, authentication, packaging and product enhancement to protect brands and consumers from the ill effects of counterfeiting. Through specific projects such as education programs, market research, advocacy, industry relations and open forums, the association keeps its members connected to industry leaders and stimulates innovation.
The Association's Mission is:
- The advancement of holographic technology and its members;
- To protect the industry, products and consumers from the ill-effects of counterfeiting by providing effective solutions.
Find out more at: www.homai.org
IBIA is a non-profit trade group based in Washington, DC. Its mission is to advocate and promote the responsible use of technologies for managing human identity in the commercial and consumer markets as well as by governments. Its membership represents all biometric technologies and is comprised of global leaders in the identification technology sector with projects around the world.
The association fulfills its mission through advocacy in the U.S. in Congress, the administration and agencies, and in the States; and education and outreach to reach a global audience to enhance understanding of the positive benefits of biometrics and to debunk misconceptions about identification technologies.
Find out more at www.ibia.org
The International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) is made up of 95 of the world's leading hologram companies. IHMA members are the leading producers and converters of holograms for banknote security, anti-counterfeiting, brand protection, packaging, graphics and other commercial applications around the world. IHMA member companies actively cooperate to maintain the highest professional, security and quality standards.
Find out more at: www.ihma.org
The Product & Image Security Foundation is a non-profit making trade association which was originally formed under the name of Label & Tag Security International (LTSI) in the early 1990's.
Today it operates with more than 100 members in 27 countries and is the only international forum for manufacturers, suppliers and users of labels, tags, packaging, identification systems, materials and systems for any form of product security, brand image protection or product traceability applications and technology.
Find out more at: www.productandimagesecurity.org
The Secure Identity Alliance is committed to helping public bodies across the world deliver eGovernment services to citizens through the widespread adoption of secure eDocument technologies.
Addressing issues of data security, citizen privacy, identity and authentication, the Alliance offers leadership and advisory services to allow governments, agencies and other public bodies to realize the opportunities, and reduce the risks, of today’s shift to digital service provision.
From identifying best practice and uncovering new technologies through to standardization and certification, the Secure Identity Alliance brings together stakeholders from across the industry to inject meaningful debate and to accelerate adoption of the secure access and authentication solutions that will drive eGovernment forward, both now and in the future.
Its Board Members are: 3M, Gemalto, Morpho (Safran) and Oberthur Technologies.
Find out more at www.secureidentityalliance.org
The industry’s premier silicon-based security partner program - The Silicon Trust is a well established marketing program for smart card solutions with high visibility in the worldwide government and
identification (ID) markets. It was set up in the year 2000 as a key partner platform for international companies aiming at promoting the use of silicon-based security in a broad variety of applications.
With more than 20 companies along the value chain, the Silicon Trust forms a strong community of like-minded companies. The driving force behind the Silicon Trust are the three executive board partners: Gemalto, Giesecke & Devrient and Infineon Technologies, supported by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and the Fraunhofer Research Institution in the Silicon Trust advisory board.
Find out more at: silicontrust.wordpress.com/
SIMalliance is the global, non-profit industry association which simplifies secure element (SE) implementation to drive the creation, deployment and management of secure mobile services. The organisation promotes the essential role of the secure element (SE) in delivering secure mobile applications and services across all devices that can access wireless networks. By identifying and addressing SE-related technical issues, and both clarifying and recommending existing technical standards relevant to SE implementation, the SIMalliance aims to promote an open SE ecosystem to facilitate and accelerate delivery of secure mobile applications globally.
SIMalliance members represent approx 90% of the global SIM card market and work with all global MNOs. As such, the SIMalliance’s membership is responsible for delivering the most widely distributed secure application delivery platform in the world (UICC/SIM/USIM).
SIMalliance members are Eastcompeace, Fundamenture, Gemalto, Giesecke & Devrient, Incard, Kona I, Morpho, Oberthur Technologies, VALID, Watchdata and Wuhan Tianyu. SIMalliance Strategic Partners are Comprion, Linxens and Movenda.
Find out more at: www.simalliance.org
Since its establishment in 1992 to understand and promote a rapidly emerging smart card industry, Smartex has developed the foremost group of forums in that market. Today, it operates an international network of professional, membership-based associations concerned with smart cards, biometrics and RFID technologies. Global membership currently approaches 400 companies in the UK, Africa, Central Eastern Europe and the Asia Pacific.
Find out more at: www.smartex.com
techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow. More than 850 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ more than 500,000 people, about half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups. The majority of our members are small and medium sized businesses.
Find out more at www.techuk.org