RSA touts new smart card system

RSA Security Inc. has made available a PC-based cryptographic smart card personalization system that lets one smart card be programmed for public-key-based network access from the desktop, magnetic-stripe-based physical building access, plus the user's photo for corporate identification. The system, which comes with card printer, camera and imaging software from vendor EpiSuites, includes RSA's Keon software for generating crypto keypairs and requesting certificates from the RSA Certificate Keon Server. The package costs US$50,000, plus a license fee of $2 per user for each programmed smart card.

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