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High Assurance Smart Cards for Multinational Coalitions and Other Applications of National Security
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Caernarvon is a high-assurance secure operating system for smart cards, designed to pass the highest levels (EAL7) of the Common Criteria. It includes a multi-organizational mandatory access control model that is designed to provided both security and integrity controls that can scale to cover the entire Internet. These multi-organizational controls can make it much easier to implement applications for multi-national military, electronic visas that could be stored on the same smart card chip as is used for electronic passports.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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