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This article in our Royal Holloway Security Series looks at how elliptic curve cryptography on transport payment cards improves transaction times.  Access >>>

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  • The move towards elliptic curve cryptography on payment cards
  • How the adoption of any new system, such as contactless payment card ticketing, may improve upon, the operational performance of current systems.
  • The role of fast transaction times in achieving desired levels of throughput

 

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